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The Communist Party of Kazakhstan (Qazaqstan Kommunistik Partiyasi) is a political party in Kazakhstan. Communist parties Africa  Lesotho  Madagascar  Senegal  South Africa  Réunion  Sudan Americas Argentina (PCA · PCRA)  Bolivia Brazil (PCdoB · PCB) Canada (CPoC · MLPoC)  Chile (PCCh · PC(AP))  Colombia  Cuba  Ecuador Mexico (PC · PPS · PPSM) Panama (PPP · PC(ml)P)  Paraguay Peru (PCP · PCdelP-PR)  Uruguay  United States  Venezuela Asia Bangladesh (CPB · WPB)  Burma  China India (CPI · CPI (M) · CPI (Maoist) · SUCI(C)) Iran (CPIran · Tudeh Party)  Japan Kazakhstan (CPK · CPPK)  Kyrgyzstan  North Korea  Laos Nepal (CPN (UML) · UCPN (M))  Pakistan  Philippines  Sri Lanka  Tajikistan  Taiwan(CPRC)  Vietnam Historical parties  Cambodia  Indonesia  Malaya  Taiwan  Thailand Europe  Albania  Armenia Austria (KPÖ · KI)  Azerbaijan  Belarus (KPB) Belgium (Flanders · Wallonia) Belgium (PvdA/PTB)  Bosnia and Herzegovina Britain (CPB · NCPB · CPS)  Bulgaria  Cyprus  Czech Republic Denmark (DKP · KPiD)  Estonia  Finland  France  Georgia  Germany  Greece  Hungary Ireland (CPI · WPI) Italy (PdCI · PRC)  Luxembourg  Malta  Moldova  Netherlands  Norway  Poland  Portugal Russia (CPRF · RCWP-RPC)  San Marino  Serbia  Slovakia  Spain Spain (Catalonia)  Sweden  Switzerland  Turkey  Ukraine  United Kingdom Historical parties  Czechoslovakia  East Germany  Soviet Union  Yugoslavia Middle East  Algeria  Iraq  Israel  Jordan  Lebanon  Syria  Iran Oceania Australia (CPA · CPA(ML)) New Zealand (CPA · WPNZ) Related topics  Communism (history)  Marxism-Leninism  Democratic centralism v · d · e Contents 1 Origin 2 Post-Soviet restructuring 3 First Secretaries 4 References 5 External links Origin The Communist Party of Kazakhstan was founded 1936 when Kazakhstan was granted a Union Republic status within the Soviet Union. The Communist Party of Kazakhstan had been a branch of CPSU until the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Post-Soviet restructuring Serikbolsyn Abdildin The 18th Congress of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan took a decision to rename the Communist Party as the Socialist Party and split from CPSU. Nursultan Nazarbayev, the party chairman, resigned when he became the first President of Kazakhstan in 1991. Dissatisfied members of the old Communist Party recreated the Communist Party of Kazakhstan in October 1991 at the 19th Congress of the party. CPK was officially registered on February 28, 1994. Communist Party of Kazakhstan has a well-established party structure with offices in all of the oblasts. CPK is estimated to have around 70 thousand members.[1] CPK largely appeals to above-middle age segment of the population especially in Urban areas who have a strong nostalgia for Soviet times. The leader of CPK has been by Serikbolsyn Abdildin, a respected, old generation politician in Kazakhstan. In the mid-1990s CPK participated in opposition coalition movements "Azamat" and "Pokolenie" ("Generation"). In 1996, CPK initiated unregistered "National-Patriotic Movement-Republic". In February 1998, it joined the opposition bloc "People’s front of Kazakhstan".[2] The party split at the start of 2004 when a group led Vladislav Kosarev started accusing party First Secretary Serikbolsyn Abdildin of accepting money from questionable sources. The splinter party, the Communist People's Party of Kazakhstan, has failed to meet 50,000 membership requirement to be officially registered. At the last legislative elections, 19 September and 3 October 2004, an alliance of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan and the Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan won 3.4 % of the popular vote and no seats. At the 4 December 2005 presidential elections, Communist Party of Kazakhstan, Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan and the Naghyz Ak Zhol Party formed a coalition movement, For a Just Kazakhstan and supported Zharmakhan Tuyakbay as presidential candidate. First Secretaries Of the Communist Party of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic Levon Mirzoyan (December 5 1936 - May 3 1938) Nikolay Skvortsov (May 3 1938 - September 14 1945) Zhumabay Shayakhmetov (September 14 1945 - March 6 1954) Panteleimon Ponomarenko (March 6 1954 - May 8 1955) Leonid Brezhnev (May 8 1955 - March 6 1956) Ivan Yakovlev (March 6 1956 - December 26 1957) Nikolay Belyayev (December 26 1957 - January 19 1960) Dinmukhamed Kunayev (January 19 1960 - December 26 1962) Ismail Yusupov (December 26 1962 - December 7 1964) Dinmukhamed Kunayev (December 7 1964 - December 16 1986) Gennady Kolbin (December 16 1986 - June 22 1989) Nursultan Nazarbayev (June 22 1989 - August 28 1991) Of the Communist Party of the Republic of Kazakhstan Serikbolsyn Abdildin (October 1991 - April 17 2010) Gaziz Aldamzharov (April 17 2010 - present) References ^ Kazakhstan Votes 2005, http://www.rferl.org/specials/kazakh_votes/parties.aspx ^ Campaign Updates from Yevgeny Zhovtis, http://www.iicas.org/libr_en/kz/libr_21_05_06.htm External links Official website of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan[dead link] v · d · e Political parties in Kazakhstan Communist Party of Kazakhstan · Democratic Party Adilet · Democratic Party of Kazakhstan Ak Zhol · Kazakhstani Social Democratic Party Auyl · Nationwide Social Democratic Party · Nur Otan · Party of Patriots of Kazakhstan · Communist People's Party of Kazakhstan · Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan · Rukhaniyat Party  · Hizb ut-Tahrir Politics of Kazakhstan · Politics portal · List of political parties by country This communist party-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a Kazakhstani political party is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e