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Kazakhstan, Government

independent republic, referendum, new constitution, citizens, voters

In 1993 Kazakhstan promulgated its first post-Soviet constitution, which officially established Kazakhstan as an independent republic with a democratic system of government. In a referendum held in August 1995, voters approved a new constitution that provided for substantial changes in government. All citizens aged 18 and older may vote.

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