Ahead of Kazakhstan’s presidential elections on 9 June, the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights mission in the country said the ongoing campaign is being properly regulated and limited to advertisements that include posters and billboards.

All of the candidates are being given permission to hold public meetings or events once they have permission from the local authorities, the application for which must be filed 10 days before the planned event takes place.

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