Kazakh Parliament approves regulation increasing President’s powers throughout state of emergency


NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan – Deputies of the Senate adopted a invoice on the state of emergency, underneath which the President of Kazakhstan receives extra powers.

Presenting the invoice to the senators, Kazakhstan’s Economy Minister Ruslan Dalenov stated on May 14 that through the state of emergency the nation’s management can have the chance to take operational measures to make sure socio-economic stability.

“The bill defines the mechanism for the functioning of public administration in times of emergency. So, amendments are made to the laws “On the state of emergency” and “On legal acts”, the minister stated.

The implementation of the invoice may also make sure the president’s operational intervention in public relations in a state of emergency, requiring pressing motion geared toward sustaining stability and guaranteeing nationwide, together with financial safety of the state, he stated.

All authorized acts adopted through the state of emergency, basically, can be legitimate till the expiration of its validity.

On April 29, amendments to the draft regulation on state of emergency have been accredited by the deputies of the Mazhilis (Low chamber). After adoption by the Senate, the doc can have despatched for signature by the top of state.

A state of emergency was declared in Kazakhstan on March 16 as a result of coronavirus pandemic and lasted till May 11 of this yr.