INTEGRATION COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN DISMISSED FROM KAZAKHSTANI GOVERNMENT POST.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 3 Issue: 148
Kazakhstani president Nursultan Nazarbaev yesterday released First Deputy Prime Minister Nigmatzhan Isingarin from that post. A senior government official implied that Isingarin had focused on his concurrent responsibility as head of the Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan-Kyrgyzstan "Integration Committee" at the expense of his work in the national government. The dismissal from the government position does not affect Isingarin’s chairmanship of the quadripartite committee, where his term of office will run its normal course. (Russian agencies, July 29)
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