Kazakh Presidential Election 2019 Results Voting Live

Kazakh Presidential Election 2019 Results Voting Live

Kazakh Presidential Election 2019 Results Voting Live

Kazakh Presidential Election 2019 Date: 9 June 2019 

Early presidential elections are scheduled to be held in Kazakhstan on 9 June 2019 following the resignation of long-term president Nursultan Nazarbayev Seven candidates were registered to participate in the elections, including Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, who became president three months before the elections following the resignation of Nazarbayev.


Kazakh Presidential Election Voting Live 2019

1. Kazakh Presidential Election will be held on 9 June 2019.

2. Kazakh Embassy in Bucharest held a briefing for Romanian mass media on 2019 Presidential Elections.

3. Kazakh Protesters Call For Presidential Election Boycott.

4. EU-Kazakhstan Ties Expected to Remain Strong After Election.


The electoral system of Kazakhstan

The President of Kazakhstan is elected using the two-round system; if no candidate receives a majority of the vote in the first round, a second round is held between the top two candidates.


Kazakhstan election results 2019

Candidate Party Votes %
Kassym-Jomart Tokayev Nur Otan 6,539,715 70.96
Amirjan Qosanov Ult Tagdyry 1,495,401 16.23
Dania Yespayeva Ak Zhol 465,714 5.05
Toleutai Rakhimbekov Auyl 280,451 3.04
Amangeldy Taspikhov Federation of Trade Unions 182,898 1.98
Jambyl Ahmetbekov Communist People's Party 167,849 1.82
Sadybek Tugel Uly Dala Kyrandary 84,582 0.92
Invalid/blank votes 57,500
Total 9,274,110 100
Registered voters/turnout 11,960,364 77.54

Kazakhstan Parties and leaders

 

Candidate,
political party
Registration date
Jambyl Ahmetbekov
(58)
Communist People's Party
6 May 2019
Dania Yespayeva
(58)
Ak Zhol
4 May 2019
Amirjan Qosanov
(55)
Ult Tagdyry
6 May 2019
Toleutai Rakhimbekov
(54)
Auyl
6 May 2019
Amangeldy Taspikhov
(59)
Federation of Trade Unions
of Kazakhstan
4 May 2019
Kassym-Jomart Tokayev
(65)
Nur Otan
3 May 2019
Sadybek Tugel
(64)
Uly Dala Kyrandary
3 May 2019

Kazakhstan past election results 

 

Candidate Party Votes %
Nursultan Nazarbayev Nur Otan 8,833,250 97.75
Turgun Syzdykov Communist People's Party 145,756 1.61
Abelgazi Kusainov Independent 57,718 0.64
Invalid/blank votes 54,196
Total 9,090,920 100
Registered voters/turnout 9,547,864 95.21

Kazakhstan Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2019 by City Immigrants

Kazakhstan Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2019

The demographics of KazakhstanKazakhstan Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 enumerate the demographic features of the population of Kazakhstan, including population growth, population density, ethnicity, education level, health, economic status, religious affiliations, and other aspects of the population.

Official estimates put the population of Kazakhstan at 16,500,000 as of April 2011, of which 46% is rural and 54% urban population. The 2009 population estimate is 6.8% higher than the population reported in the last census from January 1999 (slightly less than 15 million). These estimates have been confirmed by the 2009 population census, and this means that the decline in population that began after 1989 has been arrested and reversed. The proportion of men makes up 48.3%, the proportion of women 51.7%. The proportion of Kazakhs makes up 63.6%, Russians 23.7%, Uzbeks 2.9%, Ukrainians 2.1%, Uygur 1.4%, Tatars 1.3%, Germans 1.1%, others 3.9%.

 

Kazakhstan demographics Population by Religion

Religions in Kazakhstan (2009 Census)

  Islam (70.20%)

  Christianity (26.32%)

  Other religions (0.14%)

  Not religious (2.87%)

  NA (0.51%)

 

 


 Kazakhstan demographics Population by Immigrants

The combination of limited resources and increasing populations has left Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan with populations looking abroad for work and money. Remittances from workers abroad make up large parts of each of the three countries' gross domestic product — 48 percent for Tajikistan, 31 percent for Kyrgyzstan and 16.3 percent for Uzbekistan. Nearly all of the migrant workers from these Central Asian states work in either Kazakhstan or Russia. There are simply more and higher paying jobs in these two countries. Migrant workers are being paid 10-50 percent less than Russian or Kazakh citizens for the same low-level jobs, but that is still higher than what they would make at home. Increased flows of foreign workers will strain the Kazakh economy and could preclude some Kazakhs from competing with cheaper foreign labor. It will also increase animosity among the country's various ethnic groups at a time when ethnic tensions are already high in the region.


 Kazakhstan demographics Population by Race
.

Kazakhstan demographics Population by Race

Kazakhs

58.90%

Russian

25.90%

Ukrainians

2.90%

Uzbeks

2.80%

Uighur,Tatar and German

1.50%

Other grouops

4.30%

 

Kazakhstan Population by City
.

Name

2019 Population

Almaty

2,000,900

Karagandy

451,800

Shymkent

414,032

Taraz

358,153

Astana

345,604

Pavlodar

329,002

Ust-Kamenogorsk

319,067

Kyzyl-Orda

300,000

Kyzylorda

300,000

Semey

292,780

Aqtobe

262,457

Kostanay

210,000

Petropavl

200,920

Oral

200,000

Taldyqorghan

200,000

Atyrau

180,000

Temirtau

170,600

Aktau

147,443

Kazakh House of Representatives election 2017 voting live Results Dates Opinion Exit Poll Candidates

Kazakh House of Representatives election 2017 Results Voting Live Dates Opinion Exit Poll

Kazakh House of Representatives election Dates 2017

Kazakh House of Representatives election Date: 31 December 2017

The Assembly of People of Kazakhstan (AKP) is a national political body in Kazakhstan consisting of delegates of the Regional Assemblies of the People. Its task is to represent the various ethnic groups that make up the population of the multiethnic Central Asian state of Kazakhstan at national level.

Established in 1995, the APK is a presidentially appointed advisory body designed to represent the country's ethnic minorities.

The APK consists of 384 representatives of all ethnic groups living in Kazakhstan drawn from the Regional Assemblies of the People. The law provides that all APK decisions be considered by public authorities and civil society institutions; APK Deputies participate in the legislative process and can propose legislation. APK Deputies elect 9 members to the Majilis (lower house of Parliament) of Kazakhstan and the APK vets all Parliamentary laws to ensure that they are in conformity with Article 39 of the 1995 Constitution’s criteria defining ethnic harmony and equality.

Kazakh House of Representatives election 2017 Voting live Results

 

 

 

 

 


Kazakh House of Representatives election Voting Live 2017

  1. APK plays an important role in ensuring the religious freedom and human rights in Kazakhstan. Its main task is "ensuring the consolidation of the interests of ethnic groups on the basis of partnership between government and civil society also organizing an effective inter-ethnic cooperation and the formation of single political, legal and cultural fields.
  2. The agenda of the 22nd session of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan held in April 2015 was defined as mangilik el: One Country – One Destiny. During the session the Kazakh President proposed to introduce a national day of gratitude among ethnic groups and towards the Kazakhs and to mark it on March 1, the day the APK was established.
  3. On April 26, 2016, the 24th annual session of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan took place in Astana. The session was dedicated to the 25th Anniversary of the country’s independence. The theme of the 2016 session was "Independence. Consent. Nation united future.

     


    Electoral system of Kazakhstan

Elections in Kazakhstan are held on a national level to elect a President and the Parliament, which is divided into two bodies, the Majilis (Lower House) and the Senate (Upper House). … Elections are administered by the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Kazakhstan.


Candidates for Kazakh House of Representatives election

N/A


Kazakhstan Parties and leaders

  • Nationwide Social Democratic Party (Zhalpyulttyk Sotsial-Demokratiyalyk Partiya)
  • Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan (Qazaqstannyn Demokratiyalyk Tandau)
  • Communist Party of Kazakhstan (Qazaqstan Kommunistik Partiyasi)
  • Village Social Democratic Party (Auyl Sotsial-Demokratiyalyk Partiya)
  • People's Communist Party of Kazakhstan (Qazaqstan Khalyk Kommunistik Partiyasi)
  • Democratic Party of Kazakhstan Bright Path (Qazaqstan Demokratiyalyk Partiya Ak Zhol)
  • Radiant Fatherland (Nur Otan)
  • Alash
  • Coalition for a Just Kazakhstan (Ediletti Kazakhstan Yuzhin)
  • Democratic Party (Demokratiyalyk Partiya)
  • Party of Patriots
  • Pirate Party of Kazakhstan
  • Rukhaniyat Party
  • Socialist Resistance of Kazakhstan

     


    Kazakhstan past election results

77.12

9,810,852

Registered voters/turnout

Total

7,566,150

100

98

0

Invalid/blank votes

43,282

Birlik

21,484

0.29

0

New

Nationwide Social Democratic Party

88,813

1.18

0

0

Kazakhstani Social Democratic Party Auyl

151,285

2.01

0

0

Communist People's Party of Kazakhstan

537,123

7.14

7

0

Democratic Party of Kazakhstan Ak Zhol

540,406

7.18

7

–1

Nur Otan

6,183,757

82.20

84

+1

Party

Votes

%

Seats

+/–

Kazakhstan Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 by City Immigrants

Kazakhstan Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017

The demographics of KazakhstanKazakhstan Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 enumerate the demographic features of the population of Kazakhstan, including population growth, population density, ethnicity, education level, health, economic status, religious affiliations, and other aspects of the population.

Official estimates put the population of Kazakhstan at 16,500,000 as of April 2011, of which 46% is rural and 54% urban population. The 2009 population estimate is 6.8% higher than the population reported in the last census from January 1999 (slightly less than 15 million). These estimates have been confirmed by the 2009 population census, and this means that the decline in population that began after 1989 has been arrested and reversed. The proportion of men makes up 48.3%, the proportion of women 51.7%. The proportion of Kazakhs makes up 63.6%, Russians 23.7%, Uzbeks 2.9%, Ukrainians 2.1%, Uygur 1.4%, Tatars 1.3%, Germans 1.1%, others 3.9%.

 

Kazakhstan demographics Population by Religion

Religions in Kazakhstan (2009 Census)

  Islam (70.20%)

  Christianity (26.32%)

  Other religions (0.14%)

  Not religious (2.87%)

  NA (0.51%)

 

 


 Kazakhstan demographics Population by Immigrants

The combination of limited resources and increasing populations has left Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan with populations looking abroad for work and money. Remittances from workers abroad make up large parts of each of the three countries' gross domestic product — 48 percent for Tajikistan, 31 percent for Kyrgyzstan and 16.3 percent for Uzbekistan. Nearly all of the migrant workers from these Central Asian states work in either Kazakhstan or Russia. There are simply more and higher paying jobs in these two countries. Migrant workers are being paid 10-50 percent less than Russian or Kazakh citizens for the same low-level jobs, but that is still higher than what they would make at home. Increased flows of foreign workers will strain the Kazakh economy and could preclude some Kazakhs from competing with cheaper foreign labor. It will also increase animosity among the country's various ethnic groups at a time when ethnic tensions are already high in the region.


 Kazakhstan demographics Population by Race
.

Kazakhstan demographics Population by Race

Kazakhs

58.90%

Russian

25.90%

Ukrainians

2.90%

Uzbeks

2.80%

Uighur,Tatar and German

1.50%

Other grouops

4.30%

 

Kazakhstan Population by City
.

Name

2017 Population

Almaty

2,000,900

Karagandy

451,800

Shymkent

414,032

Taraz

358,153

Astana

345,604

Pavlodar

329,002

Ust-Kamenogorsk

319,067

Kyzyl-Orda

300,000

Kyzylorda

300,000

Semey

292,780

Aqtobe

262,457

Kostanay

210,000

Petropavl

200,920

Oral

200,000

Taldyqorghan

200,000

Atyrau

180,000

Temirtau

170,600

Aktau

147,443