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Akim

For other uses, see Akim (disambiguation).

An akim (Kazakh: әкім; Kyrgyz: аким; Russian: аким) is the head of a local government in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.

Definitions

Baharul Islam

In Kazakhstan, an akim (mayor) is the head of an akimat, a municipal, district, or provincial government (mayorat), and serves as the Presidential representative.

Akims of provinces and cities are appointed to the post by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister.

Akims of other administrative and territorial units are appointed or selected to the post in an order defined by the President. He may also dismiss akims from their posts. Powers of akims ends with the introduction into the post of new-elected president of the republic. Thus, the akim continues to fulfill the duties before appointment of corresponding akim by the President of Kazakhstan.

Kyrgyzstan

In Kyrgyzstan, an akim is a head of an akimat (state regional administration).

References

  • Akims of provinces of the Republic of Kazakhstan
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