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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.

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