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Constitution of Kazakhstan

Summary
The Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Qazaqstan Respublikasynyñ Konstitutsiasy, Конституция Казахстана) is the highest law of Kazakhstan, as stated in Article 4. The Constitution was approved by referendum on 30 August 1995. This date has since been adopted as the "Constitution Day of the Republic of Kazakhstan". Kazakh language is the official language of the state, while Article 7, section 2 states that the "Russian language shall be officially used on equal grounds". Preamble The preamble of the constitution emphasizes the importance of "freedom, equality and concord" and Kazakhstan's role in the international community. "We, the people of Kazakhstan, united by a common historic fate, creating a state on the indigenous Kazakh land, considering ourselves a peace-loving and civil society, dedicated to the ideals of freedom, equality and concord, wishing to take a worthy place in the world community, realizing our high responsib
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