Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan adopted by national referendum on August 30, 1995 is the fundamental law of the country. It is designed to strengthen the foundations of the constitutional order, the rights and freedoms of a man and citizen, basis of the organization of the state. The Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan has the highest legal force with respect to all other legal acts: no legal act adopted in the country (constitutional law, Presidential Decree, Government decree, act of regional law-making, judgment, etc.) cannot be contrary to the Basic Law, and in case of a conflict (legal collisions) the Constitution has priority. The Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan is the core of the legal system of the state, the basis of the current (sectoral) legislation.

Section I. General Provisions

Section II. The Individual and Citizen

Section III. The President

Section IV. The Parliament

Section V. The Government

Section VI. The Constitutional Council

Section VII. Court and justice

Section VIII. Local public administration and self-administration

Section IX. Concluding and transitional provisions

 

Last update: 26.03.2019