On Jan. 1, the practical phase of the implementation of the Plan of the Nation “100 concrete steps on the implementation of the five institutional reforms” was launched. Fifty-nine laws entered into force and created completely new legal conditions for the development of the state, economy and society. It is important for us to evaluate this historically unprecedented scale of change of our national legislation, particularly because they open a path towards reaching our Kazakhstan dream – to be among the top 30 countries of the 21st century.
Each generation has its own dreams, which always reflect aspirations not only for personal but also family well-being.
They always include love for the homeland and thoughts about the happiness of its people and motherland.
Independent Kazakhstan was a cherished dream for many generations of our ancestors.
We made these centuries-long dreams about a free and independent homeland come true.
For us modern Kazakhs, independence is real and the highest value for our multiethnic society.
We also managed to implement many ideas, which had been in our minds and hearts just a quarter-century ago.
We have ensured that the sovereignty of the Republic of Kazakhstan is based on the firm foundation of the Constitution and laws and the professional and reasonable actions of the state apparatus for the benefit of the people.
We have strengthened it by the real success of Kazakhstan’s economy, the growth of national wealth and people’s well-being and have ensured robust protection of our independence by both high international standing and an effective system of national security.
We have learned to be sound stewards of our land and its subsoil, obtain new technologies and introduce industrial capacities and entire economic industries unseen in our history.
Most importantly, we have learned how to dream in a new way and set and achieve concrete goals for the development of the country and society despite the challenges of the global world, which include our independent Kazakhstan. [English, Kazakh, Russian]