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Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed a decree on adopting a 2006-2010 state program on combating corruption
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed a decree on adopting a 2006-2010 state program on combating corruption. Although oil-rich Kazakhstan leads Central Asia in terms of economic growth and reforms, and has posted dramatic growth rates in recent years, corruption remains a major cause of concern for the republic's authorities. Under the new program, the government has been instructed to adopt an action plan within a month on implementing the program, and submit a summary report to the presidential administration on the results of the anti-corruption campaign twice a year. "Control over the implementation of the decree shall rest with the presidential administration," the text of the decree, which was published in local media, said. Nazarbayev has been in power since the country gained independence after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. He consolidated his position with a landslide election victory in early December, winning 91% of the vote, and will serve for another seven years. Although the country has reaped the boons of oil prices in recent years, which has helped dynamic economic growth, corruption remains a problem that the authorities are keen to tackle.
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