Kazakhstan seeks its ‘perestroika’ in a complex regional context


President Tokayev seeks to bury Nazarbayev’s legacy through a constitutional reform voted in a referendum that undermines the excessive power of the head of state

Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, vote in referendum
Kasim-Jomart Tokayev voted in the referendum in Nursultan, Ayre.A ManAP
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This is a “historic moment”, politicians and bureaucrats reiterate. KazakhstanThe vast Central Asian country with 19 million residents has chosen to make its political system more flexible by voting in a constitutional reform referendum with which power

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