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Prime Minister of Kazakhstan

head of government of Kazakhstan

The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan is the head of government of Kazakhstan and the second most powerful person in the country after the President of Kazakhstan. The Prime Minister heads the cabinet and advises the President in the every day plans of the functions of the Parliament of Kazakhstan.

Prime Minister
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Incumbent
Askar Mamin

since 21 February 2019
StyleMr. Prime Minister (informally)
His Excellency (international correspondence)
ResidenceAstana, Kazakhstan
AppointerPresident of Kazakhstan
Term length5 years
Inaugural holderSergey Tereshchenko
Formation14 October 1991

List of Prime Ministers (since 1991)Edit

  People's Union of Kazakhstan Unity / Otan / Nur Otan   Independent

Picture Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Party President of Republic of Kazakhstan
(1. Term of Office)
(2. Political Party)
1   Sergey Tereshchenko
(1951–)
14 October 1991 12 October 1994 Independent Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1. 24 April 1990–20 March 2019)
2   Akezhan Kazhegeldin
(1952–)
12 October 1994 10 October 1997 People's Union of Kazakhstan Unity
3   Nurlan Balgimbayev
(1947–2015)
10 October 1997 1 October 1999 People's Union of Kazakhstan Unity
4   Kassym-Jomart Tokayev
(1953–)
1 October 1999 28 January 2002 Otan
5   Imangali Tasmagambetov
(1956–)
28 January 2002 13 June 2003 Otan
6   Daniyal Akhmetov
(1954–)
13 June 2003 10 January 2007 Otan (2003–2004)

Nur Otan (2004–2007)
7   Karim Massimov
(1965–)
10 January 2007 24 September 2012 Nur Otan
8 Serik Akhmetov
(1958–)
24 September 2012 2 April 2014 Nur Otan
(7)   Karim Massimov
(1965–)
2 April 2014 8 September 2016 Nur Otan
9   Bakhytzhan Sagintayev
(1963–)
8 September 2016 21 February 2019 Nur Otan
10   Askar Mamin
(1965–)
21 February 2019[1] Nur Otan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev
(1. 20 March 2019-)


ReferencesEdit

  1. "Kazakh Government Resigns After Nazarbaev Says They Must Go". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty. Retrieved 2019-02-21.

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