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The Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan on a working visit to discuss the code on administrative offences

Published: December 3, 2017
Aziz Imangaliyev, Yerkin Baltabayev, Bayan Parmankulova, Dr. Malek Radeideh (BMJV), Adilkhan Zhakenov (from left to right)
Aziz Imangaliyev, Yerkin Baltabayev, Bayan Parmankulova, Dr. Malek Radeideh (BMJV), Adilkhan Zhakenov (from left to right)

On 21 and 22 November 2017, a delegation from the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan visited Berlin to learn about the “Challenges of prosecuting criminal and administrative offences”. The focus of the working visit organised by the IRZ was on the code on administrative offences.

The participants in the delegation were:

In Kazakhstan, infringements of personal rights, public safety and public health and violations against legislative provisions, in particular with regard to the environment and use of resources and road transport, are penalised according to the Kazakh code on administrative offences.

The delegation was particularly interested in the following issues:

In connection with the delegation’s working visit, intense discussions were held at the German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (BMJV), the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Berlin, the State Office for Residents' and Regulatory Affairs, the Local Court of Tiergarten and at the German Federal Bar.

The working visit by the Kazakh guests was a resounding success, not least because of the animated exchanges that took place with German experts.