Autonomy of local government
German Autonomy in Kazakhstan
Religious autonomy

Autonomy of local government in the Republic of Kazakhstan

1. Autonomy

Fisher Izabella

2. Autonomy of local government

Article 89
In the Republic of Kazakhstan, local self-government is recognized, which
provides for independent decision-making by the population regarding local
Local self-government is exercised by the population directly, as well as
through Maslikhats and other local self-government bodies in local
communities covering the territories in which population groups live


In accordance with the law, local governments may be delegated the exercise of
state functions
The organization and activities of local self-government in Kazakhstan are
regulated by law
Independence of local governments is guaranteed within the limits of their
authority established by law


Article 86
1.Local representative bodies — maslikhats — shall express the will of the
population of respective administrative-territorial units and with regard to
the common public interests shall determine the measures needed for its
realization, and control their implementation.
2. Maslikhats shall be elected by the population on the basis of universal,
equal suffrage under secret ballot for a five-year term.

5. German Autonomy in Kazakhstan


German Autonomy in Kazakhstan - project to create the German Autonomous
Region in the territory of the Kazakh SSR in 1979. The capital of autonomy were
allocated 46 thousand square meters. sq. km, the numerical population of 202
thousand people. The autonomy is proposed to include a number of districts
Tselinograd (Ermentau), Karaganda (Youth) and Kokchetav (Valihanovsky) .
The leader of the autonomy was to be the first secretary of the Krasnoznamensk
district committee of the Tselinograd region party Andrei Brown.


The leadership of the Kazakh SSR believed that, following the German autonomy, its own autonomy would also be
demanded by other peoples living in the territory of the Kazakh SSR: the Uygurs , Uzbeks, Russians and Ukrainians



In accordance with the Strategy "Kazakhstan-2050" and the State Program
for the Development of Education for 2011-2020, the Ministry of
Education and Science is developing principles for the autonomy of


Nazarbayev University (NU) - is an autonomous research university in Astana, the capital
of Kazakhstan. Founded as a result of the initiative of the President of Kazakhstan,
Nursultan Nazarbayev in 2010, it is an English-medium institution, with an international
faculty and staff

11. Religious autonomy


Art1/1 The Republic of Kazakhstan proclaims itself as a democratic,
secular, legal and social state whose highest values are a person, his
life, rights, and freedoms
* is the state of being separate from religion, or of not being exclusively allied with or against any particular religion


Recognizing non-interference in the internal affairs of religious associations and
the right to religious autonomy, the state reserves the right to respond to the
activities of believers and religious associations if they violate the laws of the
Republic of Kazakhstan and cause damage to the legitimate interests of citizens,
organizations and the state as a whole. In such cases, the state takes coercive
measures as provided by law


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