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ASTANA, September 4. /TASS/. The Communist Party of Kazakhstan has been liquidated in accordance with the decision by Almaty’s special district economic court, the court’s press service head Kuandyk Eshimet told journalists on Friday.
"Kazakhstan’s Justice Ministry has filed a petition to court asking to liquidate the Communist Party of Kazakhstan in connection with law violations established in the party’s activity following checks. The court ruled to fulfill the Justice Ministry’s petition," Eshimet said adding that the court’s decision has already come into effect.
The Communist Party of Kazakhstan was registered on 27 August 1998 and then re-registered in 2003. Serikbolsyn Abdildin was the first secretary of the party’s Central Committee. Following 1999 election, the party was represented in Kazakhstan’s parliament Mazhilis by two deputies. In 2004 the party split, and the Communist People’s Party of Kazakhstan was established.