National commission for modernization created in Kazakhstan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Apr. 30
By Elena Kosolapova - Trend:
A national commission for modernization has been established by a presidential decree in Kazakhstan, the press service of the president said April 30.
The commission was established for the implementation of institutional reforms and further modernization of Kazakh society and the state.
Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Massimov became the head of commission. Head of the Kazakh presidential administration Nurlan Nigmatulin was appointed deputy chairman.
The commission also included Deputy Chairman of the Senate Askar Beisembayev, Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Talgat Donakov, Minister of National Economy Erbolat Dosayev, deputy head of the presidential administration Baglan Mailybaev, Deputy Chairman of the Majilis (lower chamber of parliament), Dariga Nazarbayeva, Assistant to the president Erbol Orynbaev and President of Nazarbayev University Shigeo Katsu.
The national commission must submit a draft regulation on the national commission, the draft work plan of the national commission and the proposal for the composition of the working groups on the implementation of institutional reforms to the president within two weeks.
The decree comes into force from the date of signing.
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