Constitutional reform is the evidence of Kazakhstan’s development
Constitutional reform is the evidence of Kazakhstan’s development, the member of the UK Parliament and the House of Lords Patrick Thomas Cormack says.
PATRICK THOMAS CORMACK, MEMBER OF HOUSE OF LORDS, MP:
It’s very good that your President is setting his sights on greater democracy, and your Parliament has a chance more vibrant, constructive role to play in evolution of your society and the development of your economy. And I think that is very encouraging.
Students of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies learnt about Kazakhstan’s reforms. This topic was covered at the lecture on Kazakhstan Studies. Professor Lee Jiyn believes that the delegation of some powers to Kazakhstani Parliament will have a positive impact on the process of democratization, as well as political and economic development.
LEE JIYN, PROFESSOR, HANKUK UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN STUDIES, SOUTH KOREA:
Democratization in Kazakhstan will boost its economy and attract investments. I think the Kazakh President has analyzed the situation in other countries and has chosen the favorable time for conducting the constitutional reform.
Constitutional reform is aimed at the creation of a strong state apparatus. The expert of Italian Institute of Geopolitical Studies considers the delegation of certain powers of the President to government bodies as a regular process.
DARIO CHITATTI, HEAD OF ‘EURASIA’ PROGRAM, INSTITUTE FOR GEOPOLITICAL STUDIES:
It is necessary to promote the continuity of the country’s policy and political reforms. It can be achieved by strengthening other branches of power, strengthening the parliament and the government. The state institutions of Kazakhstan should become stronger in the future.