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Kazakhstan. Parlamentī. Măzhīlīs

LC control no.n 2004141620
Corporate name headingKazakhstan. Parlamentī. Măzhīlīs
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Variant(s)Kazakhstan. Parlamentī. Majilis
Kazakhstan. Parlamentī. Majlis
Kazakhstan. Măzhīlīs
Found inQazaqstan Respublikasy Parlamentīnīn︠g︡ Măzhīlīsī, 2000?: t.p. (Qazaqstan Respublikasy Parlamentīnīn︠g︡ Măzhīlīsī; Mazhilis of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan) p. 12 (Parliament is comprised of two chambers: the Senate and Mazhilis acting on a regular basis; Mazhilis deputies are elected in 1-mandate territorial constituencies for 5-year terms in office)
Qazaqstan Respublikasynyn︠g︡ Parlamentī, 2000? t.p. (Qazaqstan Respublikasynyn︠g︡ Parlamentī; Parlament Respubliki Kazakhstan; Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan) p. 27 (the Parlament is the supreme representative body of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and is comprised of two Chambers: the Măzhīlīs (Mazhilis; Majilis) and the Senat (Senate) [no publs. in LC data base]) p. 40 (chronology of the highest legislative body of Kazakhstan: Qazaq KSR-nin︠g︡ Zhogharghy Ken︠g︡esī (Verkhovnyĭ Sovet Kazakhskoĭ SSR; Supreme Council of Kazakh SSR) existed from 1938 to 1991; Qazaqstan Respublikasynyn︠g︡ Zhogharghy Ken︠g︡esī (Verkhovnyĭ Sovet Respubliki Kazakhstan; Supreme Council of Kazakhstan) existed from 1991 to 1995; Qazaqstan Respublikasynyn︠g︡ Parlamentī (Parlament Respubliki Kazakhstan; Republic of Kazakhstan Parliament) began in 1995-) (The 1995 constitution [of Kazakhstan] provides for a limited presidential executive system. There is a 67-member lower chamber, the Majlis, and an elected upper house or Senate)