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Kazakhstani legislative election, 2004


Kazakhstani legislative election, 2004

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politics and government of

A general election was held on September 19, 2004 in Kazakhstan to elect a new government to the Majilis, the legislature of the Parliament of Kazakhstan. 77 seats are at stake. 67 are directly elected by the Kazakh people and the remaining 10 are elected by the elected political party.


  • Results 1
  • Election issues 2
  • Previous election 3
  • External links 4


Election issues

television air-time. Dariga Nazarbayeva is the daughter of the current President Nazarbayev.

Previous election

  • The last elections were held on October 10 and October 24, 1999

External links

  • Media bias mars Kazakhstan's election campaign
  • Election Watch

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