Prime Minister of Kazakhstan

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Prime Minister of the
Republic of Kazakhstan
Emblem of Kazakhstan latin.svg
Coat of arms of Kazakhstan
Askar Mamin official portrait (cropped).jpg
Incumbent
Askar Mamin

since 21 February 2019
Style Mr. Prime Minister (informally)
His Excellency (international correspondence)
Residence Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
Appointer President of Kazakhstan
Term length 5 years
PrecursorChairman of the Council of Ministers of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic
Inaugural holder Alikhan Bukeikhanov (Alash Autonomy)
Sergey Tereshchenko (current constitution)
Formation13 December 1917
14 October 1991
Deputy First Deputy Prime Minister
Deputy Prime Minister

The prime minister of Kazakhstan is the head of government of Kazakhstan and the second most powerful person in the country after the President of Kazakhstan. The Prime Minister heads the cabinet and advises the President in the every day execution of the functions of the Parliament of Kazakhstan.

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During the Soviet period, the post was formerly known as the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic prior to its independence in 1991.

Askar Mamin is the incumbent prime minister, in office since 21 February 2019 after the resignation of Bakhytzhan Sagintayev.

List (1917–present)

This is a list of prime ministers of Kazakhstan from the establishment of the office in 1917 to the present day.

Alash Autonomy (1917–1920)

   Alash
PortraitName
(Birth–Death)
Term of officePolitical party
1 Alikhan Bukeikhanov in 1906.jpg Alikhan Bukeikhanov
(1866–1937)
13 December 19175 March 1920 Alash

Kyrgyz Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1920–1925)

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars

Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1925–1936)

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars

Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic (1936–1991)

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars

Chairmen of the Council of Ministers

Prime Minister

Republic of Kazakhstan (1991–present)

Prime ministers

   People's Union of Kazakhstan Unity / Otan / Nur Otan    Independent

No.PortraitPrime MinisterTook officeLeft officeTime in officePartyPresident
1
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Tereshchenko, Sergey Sergey Tereshchenko
(born 1951)
14 October 199112 October 19942 years, 363 days Independent Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
2
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Kazhegeldin, Akezhan Akezhan Kazhegeldin
(born 1952)
12 October 199410 October 19972 years, 363 days People's Union Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
3
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Balgimbayev, Nurlan Nurlan Balgimbayev
(1947–2015)
10 October 19971 October 19991 year, 356 days People's Union Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
4
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Tokayev, Kassym Kassym-Jomart Tokayev
(born 1953)
1 October 199928 January 20022 years, 119 days Fatherland Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
5
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Tasmagambetov, Imangali Imangali Tasmagambetov
(born 1956)
28 January 200211 June 20031 year, 136 days Fatherland Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
6
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Akhmetov, Daniyal Daniyal Akhmetov
(born 1954)
11 June 200310 January 20073 years, 211 days Fatherland
Nur Otan
Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
7
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Massimov, Karim Karim Massimov
(born 1965)
10 January 200724 September 20125 years, 258 days Nur Otan Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
8
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Akhmetov, Serik Serik Akhmetov
(born 1958)
24 September 20122 April 20141 year, 190 days Nur Otan Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
(7)
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Massimov, Karim Karim Massimov
(born 1965)
2 April 20148 September 20162 years, 159 days Nur Otan Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
9
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Sagintayev, Bakhytzhan Bakhytzhan Sagintayev
(born 1963)
8 September 201621 February 20192 years, 166 days Nur Otan Nursultan Nazarbayev
(1990 – 2019)
10
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Mamin, Askar Askar Mamin
(born 1965)
[1]
21 February 2019Incumbent2 years, 95 days Nur Otan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev
(since 2019)

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References

  1. "Kazakh Government Resigns After Nazarbaev Says They Must Go". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty. Retrieved 2019-02-21.