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After providing decades-long stability, Central Asian nation's leader faces pressure in the wake of deadly clashes.
Voters in Kazakhstan to cast ballots for new parliament just one month after protests turned deadly.
January's vote could see Nursultan Nazarbayev's party joined by others in parliament for the first time.
New law, which authorities say is needed to curb extremism, bans prayer in state institutions.
In Central Asia, battles for geopolitical control over oil resources play out against a backdrop of popular anger.
Nazarbayev, country's only leader since Soviet era, promises more powers for parliament after vote criticised as flawed.
Officials say the Kazakh president has been re-elected to another five-year term with 95.5 per cent of the vote.
Presidential vote expected to hand another term to Nursultan Nazarbayev, the country's only leader since Soviet era.
Presidential 'elections' on April 3 are not expected to be free or fair in the oil rich Central Asian nation.
Nursultan Nazarbayev calls for early presidential election after rejecting plan to hold a controversial referendum.
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