NUR-SULTAN – Foreign observers and international organisations observing Kazakhstan’s June 9 presidential election must complete an accreditation process and can be accompanied by one interpreter, according to Central Election Commission of Kazakhstan rules announced April 12.
The accreditation process will be conducted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and must be completed by June 3 at 6 p.m. Foreign observers wishing to monitor the elections must register for accreditation with Central Election Commission through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by emailing their applications to [email protected]. Observers should represent foreign countries or international organisations.
International media seeking to cover the election must also register with the foreign ministry by emailing their applications to [email protected]. Documents required for media accreditation include a cover letter from the editor-in-chief requesting accreditation for a journalist, a copy of a valid passport, a completed accreditation form, a 3×4 cm digital photo and a journalist’s brief biography.