Mazhilis Launches Comprehensive Analysis of Legislative Work

ASTANA – A systematic and comprehensive analysis of the legislative work of the Kazakh Parliament has begun in the Mazhilis (lower house of Parliament) and its structural and its structural divisions.


“The first results of this work for the session in the new format are published for general use. The publication contains a QR code – a key with the help of which you can see the information and analytical materials in the electronic version using mobile devices. In addition, every department, every civil servant providing legislative work of members of the Parliament, has a task to carry out systematic monitoring of issues not only on the specific bill under consideration, but also to analyse the current problems in this area raised by participants in the discussion and require legislative regulation. With this view, appropriate changes and additions were made to 19 normative legal acts of internal use,” Speaker of Mazhilis Kabibulla Dzhakupov said at the closing of the fourth session of the Parliament of the fifth convocation.

He also noted that there are a lot of problems in the course of the analytical work that must be addressed through law.

“For a comprehensive solution of these and other operational problems, which are repeated from session to session, we propose to develop a plan of joint actions of the Parliament and the Government in the field of legislation, with the purpose of better assistance of legislative tasks set by the President,” Dzhakupov said.

The speaker further noted that strong legal frameworks formed in Kazakhstan since the country gained independence have helped the country succeed and that the country now hopes to be among the world’s most developed nations.

Dzhakupov also noted that Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev has said that Kazakhstan is entering its third phase of state-legal development and that all public bodies should develop and adopt the necessary measures for the unconditional implementation of the tasks related to this stage of development.

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