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Karim Massimov named as the Kazakhstan’s new PM after Serik Akhmetov resigned

Apr 3, 2014 12:59 IST

Karim Massimov, the Chief of Staff of Kazakhstan on 2 April 2014 was named as the new Prime Minister of the country by the President, Nursultan Nazarbayev. His appointment came following the resignation of Serik Akhmetov from the post, which was accepted by the President as per the Constitutional provision.

This announcement of acceptance of resignation of Akhmetov was made by the President through a twitter message.

Akhmetov was appointed as the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan in September 2012. Earlier, Massimov served as the Kazakh Prime Minister from January 2007 to September 2012 before Akhmetov.

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