A meeting of the Club of Young Experts under the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan was held today under the chairmanship of the Speaker of the Chamber, Maulen Ashimbaev. The meeting participants discussed the new paradigm for the country’s economic development, voiced by the Head of State in the Address to the People, and the mechanisms for its implementation.
The Chairman of the Senate focused the attention of the meeting participants on the prospects for the development of a new economic model. Priority attention was paid to the need to diversify the economy, taking into account production, entrepreneurial potential and a number of other factors.
“The President of the country outlined a wide range of tasks for the transition to a qualitatively new model of the state’s economic policy. A set of measures will be taken to enhance the dynamic development of industry, agriculture, transport and logistics, and finance,” Maulen Ashimbaev emphasized.
In addition, the importance of initiatives aimed at increasing the independence of regions was noted. This step, according to Maulen Ashimbaev, will contribute to the further balanced development of our country. In this regard, the Speaker called on interested parties for systematic interaction.
“As part of the administrative reform, a number of powers will be transferred from the center to the regions, including the use of taxes. In general, the Senate is aimed at high-quality interaction on legislative support for reforms of the Head of State with colleagues from the Mazhilis, the Government, as well as experts and interested citizens,” Maulen Ashimbaev concluded, addressing the experts.
During the meeting, members of the Young Experts Club under the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan also spoke and voiced their proposals for the further implementation of the new economic model. Presentations were made by the head of the Desht analytical center Kuanysh Zhaikov, the head of the economic policy analysis department of the KazISS under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Anna Alshanskaya, the consultant of the Applied Economics Research Center Evgenia Pak, an expert in the field of project management Alexander Kim, an analyst for working with Big data Rollan Sapyshev and a number of other representatives of the expert community.
(Press service of the Senate, 74-72-27. Courtesy of N. Baybulin)