The Parliament of Kazakhstan represented only one party

According to official results, the president’s party won 88% of the vote to overcome the barrier of 7% could not by any other party, in including and none of the opposition. So makarom "Nur Otan" has won all 98 seats in the Majlis, which was in pre-election struggle. 9 more deputies appointed by the Assembly of Peoples of Kazakhstan — an advisory body under the President. The opposition believes that the elections were not fair and that there had been tampering.
Results of elections comments Kaysarav Houlihan, one of the favorites of the opposition Social Democratic Party:
"We were able to get protocols with 2-thirds of polling stations in Astana. According to these protocols, we got 24% of votes. But in areas where we could get more than a quarter of votes election commissions refused to provide the records, saying that their can be get after, they will discuss the results with local authorities. That’s funny! The law states that the protocols can be obtained immediately after the election. They were horrified when the number of those who voted for us, very nearer to the number of those who voted for the party "Nur Otan" party. "
Social Democrats blame the authorities that some of their election commercials were not missed the broadcast and televised debates were censored.
Another opposition party — "Ak Jol" — also contested the election results, it said it would seek a new, fair voting.
But President Nursultan Nazarbayev has praised the elections as open, free and honest.
In the spring This year he initiated political reform, she divined overwhelmingly elected MPs under the proportional system, removing the restriction on the number of presidential terms for the 1st person.
International observers agreed with the assessment of the elections held in Kazakhstan last Saturday, as free and democratic. Lubomir Dig, head of the group of observers of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions said:
"I never beheld a democratic country in which one in Parliament political party. "
According to the views of the OSCE observers, lacked transparency choice, they also criticized the highest barrier — 7% — to enter parliament. But they noted certain democratic progress in the electoral process in comparison with the past.

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