Parliament • 02 March, 2018

Bakytzhan Sagintayev holds a meeting of National Commission

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The Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev held a meeting of the National Commission on the translation of the Kazakh alphabet into Latin script, reports

During the meeting, reports were heard about the work of the spelling, methodological, terminological working groups, as well as the working group on technical and information support. In addition, the Plan of measures for the phased transfer of the Kazakh alphabet to the Latin script up to 2025 and the rules for spelling on the basis of the alphabet in a new edition was considered.

"The Head of State amended the Decree "On translating the Kazakh alphabet from the Cyrillic to the Latin script." The new version received support from the public, linguists and took into account the recommendations of the Commission members. Now, in accordance with the President's instruction, it is necessary to continue the work in this direction," the Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev said.

The National Commission is a consultative and advisory body under the Government whose main goal and task is to prepare and approve proposals for translating the Kazakh alphabet into Latin script, coordinating and monitoring the quality of work performance.


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