Daniyal Akhmetov Cabinet

The Daniyal Akhmetov Cabinet was the 6th government in Kazakhstan that was led by Daniyal Akhmetov. President Nursultan Nazarbayev nominated Akhmetov at the joint session of the Parliament to be the Prime Minister on 13 June 2003, stating that the country needed a government to be led by a person with regional governing experience due to Akhmetov's role of being the Akim of Pavlodar Region, in order to speed up the pace of social and economic development. Akhmetov was approved by 73 of 77 members of the Mazhilis and 36 out of 39 members of the Senate of Kazakhstan.[1]

Daniyal Akhmetov Cabinet
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6th Cabinet of Kazakhstan
2003–2007
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Date formed13 June 2003
Date dissolved8 January 2007
People and organisations
Head of stateNursultan Nazarbayev
Head of governmentDaniyal Akhmetov
Deputy head of governmentAleksandr Pavlov
(First Deputy)
Grigori Marchenko
(First Deputy)
Akhmetzhan Yessimov
Byrganym Aitimova
Karim Massimov
Member partyNur Otan
Ak Zhol
Status in legislatureMajority
History
PredecessorTasmagambetov
SuccessorMassimov

Akhmetov continued leading the cabinet until his resignation on 8 January 2007 without a full explanation to which political analysts believed that is was due Nazarbayev's constant criticism of his administrative oversight of the economy.[2][3] Following the 2007 Kazakh political shakeup, Akhmetov was appointed as the Minister of Defense by President Nazarbayev on 10 January and continued to work under Massimov's government until June 2009.[4][5]

CompositionEdit

Functions Holder Start End
Prime Minister   Daniyal Akhmetov 13 June 2003 8 January 2007
First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandr Pavlov 28 August 2002 6 January 2004
  Grigori Marchenko 6 January 2004 14 April 2004
Deputy Prime Minister   Akhmetzhan Yessimov 28 May 2002 19 January 2006
Deputy Prime Minister Sauat Mynbayev 13 June 2003 31 January 2003
Deputy Prime Minister   Byrganym Aitimova 15 May 2004 13 December 2005
Deputy Prime Minister   Karim Massimov 18 January 2006 10 January 2007
Prime Minister's Office Altai Tleuberdin 13 December 2000 10 January 2007
Ministry of Foreign Affairs   Kassym-Jomart Tokayev 29 January 2002 11 January 2007
Ministry of Defense   Mukhtar Altynbayev 8 December 2001 10 January 2007
Ministry of Emergency Situations Muhambet Kopeev 30 September 2004 11 August 2005
Shalbay Kulmakhanov 11 August 2005 11 January 2007
Ministry of Internal Affairs Kairbek Suleimenov 30 January 2002 12 September 2003
Zautbek Turisbekov 12 September 2003 14 October 2005
  Bauyrzhan Mukhamedzhanov 14 October 2005 2 April 2009
Ministry of Agriculture   Akhmetzhan Yessimov 18 May 2001 14 May 2004
19 January 2006 14 April 2008
Serik Umbetov 14 May 2004 11 August 2005
  Askar Myrzakhmetov 25 August 2005 19 January 2006
Ministry of Justice Onalsyn Zhumabekov 25 February 2003 April 2005
Rashid Tusupbekov 14 April 2005 2 April 2009
Ministry of Education and Science Zhaksybek Kulekeyev 14 June 2003 14 December 2004
  Byrganym Aitimova 13 December 2004 19 January 2007
Ministry of Healthcare Jaqsylyq Doskaliev 17 October 2001 4 April 2004
Erbolat Dosaev 5 April 2004 20 September 2006
Anatoly Dernovoi 20 September 2006 20 November 2008
Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Population Gulzhan Karagusova 22 November 2001 12 July 2007
Ministry of Transport and Communications Qajymurat Nagymanov 18 May 2002 25 May 2005
  Askar Mamin 25 May 2005 21 September 2006
  Serik Akhmetov 25 September 2006 3 March 2009
Ministry of Industry and Trade Sauat Mynbayev 14 December 2004 19 February 2008
  Vladimir Shkolnik 19 January 2006 12 January 2007
Ministry of Culture, Information and Public Accord   Mukhtar Kul-Mukhammed 4 May 2001 13 September 2003
Ministry of Information   Altynbek Sarsenbayuly 12 July 2004 29 September 2004
Ministry of Culture, Information and Sports Esetjan Kosubaev 29 September 2004 18 January 2006
Ermukhamet Ertysbayev 18 January 2006 28 March 2006
Ministry of Culture and Information 23 March 2006 12 May 2008
Ministry of Tourism and Sports Temirkhan Dosmukhanbetov 28 March 2006 8 April 2011
Ministry of Finance Erbolat Dosaev June 2003 5 April 2004
Arman Dunayev 5 April 2004 19 January 2006
Natalya Korzhova 19 January 2006 14 November 2007
Ministry of Economy and Budget Planning   Kairat Kelimbetov 28 August 2002 18 April 2006
  Karim Massimov 20 April 2006 13 October 2006
  Aslan Musin 4 October 2006 10 August 2007
Ministry of Environmental Protection Aitkul Samakova 29 August 2002 1 February 2006
Kamaltin Mukhamedzhanov 19 January 2006 28 March 2006
Nurlan Iskakov 3 April 2006 4 March 2009

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ New Kazakh Prime Minister chosen Archived 2007-03-11 at the Wayback Machine Templeton Thorp
  2. ^ Kazakhstan moves to name new PM United Press International
  3. ^ Oil-rich Kazakhstan's prime minister resigns USA Today
  4. ^ "Kazakhstan appoints new PM". Television New Zealand. 10 January 2007. Archived from the original on 15 May 2011. Retrieved 27 September 2011.
  5. ^ "Даниал Ахметов оставил за собой в армии взрывы бомб и шлейф коррупционных скандалов". Радио Азаттык (in Russian). 2009-06-18. Retrieved 2020-05-08.