MSK: 51.98 percent turnout in parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan within nine hours
ASTANA, March 19 – RIA Novosti. Asylbek Smagulov, Member of the Central Election Commission, said that as of 16:00 in Astana (1:00 p.m. Moscow time), the turnout for the parliamentary (lower house of the parliament) and maslikhats (local representative bodies) parliamentary elections was 51.98%. your republic.
In the January 10, 2021 elections, the voter turnout rate was 52.5% as of that time.
“As of 16:00 on March 19, 2023, 51.98% of the total number of citizens on the lists voted,” Smagulov said at a briefing.
Most of the voters voted in the Kizilorda region (64.95%) in the south of the country, while the least voters voted in the city of Alma-Ata (19.14%).
Early parliamentary and local elections are held in Kazakhstan on March 19. The Central Election Commission recorded the lists of all seven political parties registered in the republic. Among them, the most numerous are “Amanat”, the Democratic Party “Ak Zhol”, the Kazakhstan People’s Party, the People’s Democratic Patriotic Party “Auyl”, the National Social Democratic Party, the Kazakh Green Party “Baytak” and the Respublica Party. . Elections for parliamentary deputies are also held in one-man regional constituencies.
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