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Kazakh President Abolishes Term Limits

Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed into law constitutional amendments allowing him to stay in office, indefinitely. From Moscow, VOA’s Lisa McAdams has more on the move, which the political opposition denounces as undemocratic. In signing the amendments into law, Mr. Nazarbayev – who has led Kazakhstan since 1991 – secured his already-firm grip on power. The new legislation allows him to run again in 2012, if he so chooses, and to stay in office for an unlimited number of terms. Full Story

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