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Kazakh President

President of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Қазақстан Республикасының Президенті
Presidential Standard
Residence
Ak Orda Presidential Palace
Appointer Direct popular vote
Term length 5 years, renewable
Inaugural holder Nursultan Nazarbayev
Formation 24 April 1990
Succession Chairman of the Senate of Kazakhstan
Website (Kazakh) www.akorda.kz/en
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Leaders of Kazakhstan (1919-1990)

Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1920–1925)

Secretaries of the Kazakh Regional Committee of the Communist Party

  • Stanislav Pestkovsky (30 April 1919 – August 1920)
  • Ivan Akulov (August 1920 – January 1921)
  • Mukhamedkhafiy Murzagaliyev (January–July 1921)
  • Mariya Kostelovskaya (July 1921 – 1921)
  • Georgy Korostelyev (1921 – September 1924)
  • Viktor Naneyshvili (1924 – 19 February 1925)
  • Aristid Shllaku (1925 – 20 February 1930)

Chairmen of the Revolutionary Committee

  • Stanislav Pestkovsky (10 July 1919 – 1920)
  • Sakhiygirey Radus-Zenkovich (August 1920 – October 1920)
  • Abdrakhman Aytiyev (October 1920)

Chairmen of the Central Executive Committee

  • Seytgali Mendeshev (12 October 1920 – 19 February 1925)

Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1925–1936)

Secretaries of the Kazakh Regional Committee ("Kazkraykom") of the Communist Party

  • Viktor Naneyshvili (19 February 1925 – June 1925)
  • Filipp Goloshchekin (12 September 1925 – February 1933)
  • Levon Mirzoyan (February 1933 – 5 December 1936)

Chairmen of the Central Executive Committee

  • Seytgali Mendeshev (19 February 1925 – 19 April 1925)
  • Zhalav Mynbayev (19 April 1925 – 1927)
  • Eltay Ernazarov (1927–1933)
  • Uzakbay Kulumbetov (11 October 1933 – 5 December 1936)

Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic (1936–1991)

Secretaries Generals of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Kazakh SSR

Chairman of the Central Executive Committee

  • Uzakbay Kulubetov (5 December 1936 – 22 June 1937)
  • Ismail Salvafeka (acting) (June 1937 – July 1937)
  • Alibey Dzhangildin (July 1937 – 28 October 1937)
  • Nabapa Umirzakov (28 October 1937 – 15 July 1938)

Chairman of the Supreme Soviet

  • Satken Daulenov (15 July, – 17 July 1938)

Chairmen of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet

  • Abdisamet Kazakhpayev (17 July 1938 – January 1947)
  • I. Lukyanets (acting) (January 1947 – 20 March 1947)
  • Daniyal Kerimbayev (20 March 1947 – 23 January 1954)
  • Nurtas Undasynov (23 January 1954 – 19 April 1955)
  • Zhumabek Tashenov (19 April 1955 – 20 January 1960)
  • Fazyl Karibzhanov (20 January 1960 – 25 August 1960)
  • Kapitalina Krykova (acting) (25 August 1960 – 3 January 1961)
  • Isagali Sharipov (3 January 1961 – 5 April 1965)
  • Sabir Niyazbekov (5 April 1965 – 20 December 1978)
  • Isatay Abdukarimov (20 December 1978 – 14 December 1979)
  • Sattar Ishamov (14 December 1979 – 22 February 1984)
  • Andrey Plotnikov (22 February 1984 – 22 March 1984)
  • Bayken Ashimov (22 March 1984 – 27 September 1985)
  • Salamay Mukashev (27 September 1985 – 9 February 1988)
  • Zakash Kamaledinov (9 February 1988 – December 1988)
  • Vera Sidorova (December 1988 – 10 March 1989)
  • Makhtay Sagdiyev (10 March 1989 – 22 February 1990)

Chairman of the Supreme Soviet

Presidents of the Republic of Kazakhstan (1990-present)

Until 25 December 1991 position was named President of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic.
      Communist Party       Fatherland / Nur Otan       Independent

Name Portrait Elected Term of office Political party
1 Nursultan Nazarbayev
Нұрсұлтан Назарбаев
24 April 1990 1 December 1991 Communist Party
1991 1 December 1991 29 April 1999 Independent
1999 29 April 1999 4 December 2005 Fatherland

Nur Otan
2005 4 December 2005 4 April 2011
2011 4 April 2011 Incumbent

See also

External links

  • Kazakhstan President Official Site
  • Kazakhstan President Nazarbayev Biography
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