The Central Communications Service under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan explained the essence of the constitutional amendments that were adopted for consideration by the Constitutional Council.

In particular, the amendments relate to paragraph 2. Article 91 of the Constitution, which states: "The independence of the state, the unitarity and territorial integrity of the Republic established by the Constitution, the form of its government, as well as the fundamental principles of the Republic's activities laid down by the Founder of independent Kazakhstan, the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Elbasy, and his status are unchanged."

It was the status of Elbasy and his powers that previously caused a lot of questions from the public. Now these norms are being removed from the constitution. At the same time, the historical status of the First President as the founder of the state will be preserved.

At the same time, a member of the working group, Doctor of Law Yermek Abdrasulov noted that in the draft constitutional amendments, paragraph 4 of Article 46, which stated: "The status and powers of the First President of Kazakhstan are determined by the Constitution of the Republic and the constitutional law" is excluded.

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