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Kazakhstan Citizens Are in Favor of Presidential Form of Government
Source: kt.kz
Source Date: Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Focus: ICT for MDGs, Internet Governance
Country: Kazakhstan
Created: Aug 23, 2010

Kazakhstan citizens are in favor of presidential form of government. Representatives of Public Fund of the Center of Social and Political Researches 'Strategy' informed at the press conference presenting the results of the research 'Important Events in Internal and Foreign Policy in Public Opinion of Kazakhstan Citizens' conducted in July, 2010, the agency reports.

"As a whole, if Kazakhstan citizens have to choose between the presidential or parliamentary forms of government, most of them will prefer presidency, as the most close to their mentality and requirements of modern Kazakhstan form of government. The main thing - that the President has been a strong personality.

One of the research questions was - assessment of work of various authorities. "The President's work has been highly estimated - at the level of 89 %.

The attitude of the population to conferring to the President of the country the status of the nation's leader has been researched as well. "94 % of respondents know that the President of Kazakhstan, according to the amendments to the legislation, has been given the status of the nation's leader and most of them - 73 % are for this initiative." "20 % - neutral, that is they have no position on this question, and 7 % - do not agree or do not approve these amendments," the President's Public Fund states.
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