Nursultan Nazarbayev signs bill on national security

6 January 2012 - 4:23pm

Kazakh President Nursultan nazarbayev has signed the bill on national security today, Trend reports.

The document was developed by the Security Council. It is peculiar for information security. Point 6 of article 16 states that information affect on public or individual conscience with false facts may be recognized as a threat to national security. It also stresses on economic security.

Political security has become one of independent aspects of national security and implies protection of the constititional system and state administration.

Read also

Apr 24 2014 - 20:50
Nato Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow says the Russian war games that started near the Ukrainian border today will increase the tensions in the region,
Apr 24 2014 - 20:45
Georgian Interior Minister Alexander Chikadze met on Thursday with his Israeli counterpart Gedeon Saar. The officials discussed the possibility of establishing a visa-free regime between the two states.
Apr 24 2014 - 20:34
The presidential elections scheduled to be held in Syria on June 3 cannot be considered legitimate, Turkey's Foreign Ministry says in a statement.
Apr 24 2014 - 19:33
The Ukrainian military forces sent to free Slavyansk from pro-Russian militants are retreating. The corresponding decision was made by the Ukrainian Security Service after the troops failed to fight their way to the town.
Apr 24 2014 - 19:02
Russia will support the Lebanese Army, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Thursday, adding that his country respects the democratic process in Lebanon, world media report on Thursday.
Apr 24 2014 - 18:36
The Ukrainian military has suspended the operation in the Eastern Ukrainian town of Slavyansk, which is fully controlled by pro-Russian militants,
Apr 24 2014 - 18:13
The European Union may prohibit European banks from conducting any transactions with Crimean banks, Reuters cites a document drafted by the European Commission as saying. 
Apr 24 2014 - 18:01
The head of Russia's Federal Service of Migration, Konstantin Romodanovsky, has paid a visit to Israel. According to Israeli Deputy Interior Minister Faina Kirschenbaum, who has met with Romodanovsky, the visit can be useful for both parties since the two states are facing common challenges in the sphere of migration.