Kazakh Government to develop 16 draft laws in 2024
The Kazakh Government intends to develop 16 new draft laws next year, half of them will be aimed at implementing the instructions of Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. In particular, they will provide for the development of new technologies, institute of intellectual property, innovation activities and space industry as well as support for the social sphere. This was announced by Kazakh Minister of Justice Azamat Yeskarayev. He presented the corresponding project plan to the government and noted that there are also plans to submit four separate bills to the Kazakh Parliament, among which is a draft digital code that will define common approaches in the field of digitalization taking into account domestic experience and best international practices.
“The draft plan contains bills required to solve urgent tasks of government control and complies with the political course of state development. It has been coordinated with all interested state bodies. In accordance with the Law ‘On Legal Acts’, it is proposed to submit the draft plan to the Head of State for approval,” said Yeskarayev.