Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan: The situation on the day of the presidential election is stable
ASTANA, November 20 – RIA Novosti. The situation is stable in Kazakhstan on the day of the presidential election, knowledgeable Zhandos Murataliev, Deputy Chairman of the Administrative Police Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Turkey.
Early presidential elections are held in Kazakhstan on November 20. Six candidates are running for the presidency, including incumbent president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.
“In the last half of the day, I can say that the social situation in the country is stable,” Murataliev said on the broadcast of the Kazakhstan state channel on Sunday.
According to him, law enforcement personnel ensure the observance of law and order throughout the republic.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan previously told RIA Novosti that from November 15, the police will switch to an enhanced version of the service in connection with the presidential elections in the country. The Ministry announced that the number of police will be increased on the eve of the election and that law enforcement will patrol as much as possible at the ballot box.
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