Today members of Mazhilis, the Lower House of Kazakh Parliament, approved a draft agreement protecting the interests of car owners.
Askar Mamin outlined the increasing competitiveness of the economy, attracting investments and developing new technologies and exports as the specific tasks.
Chairperson of the Mazhilis Nurlan Nigmatulin announced this at a plenary session of the Lower House of the Kazakh Parliament.
Kazakhstan is facing another political reform.
410 laws were adopted in the Parliament within five years.
The changes will come after the latest elections.
The Mazhilis will also include nine members from the Assembly of People of Kazakhstan.
Three political parties were elected to the new convocation of the Lower House of the Kazakh Parliament.