Marat Tasmaghanbetow

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Marat Imanbajuly Tasmaghanbetov(Kazakh Марат Иманбайұлы Тасмағанбетов, Russian Марат Иманбаевич Тасмаганбетов

Imanbayevich Tasmaganbetov; b. 20. August 1971 in Andreevka village, Koktchetev Oblast, Kazakh SSR) is a Kazakh politician.


Marat Imanbajuly Tasmaghanbetov was born in 1971 in the village of Andreyevka in what is now the Ghabit Müsirepov district of northern Kazakhstan. He graduated from the Kökshetau Agricultural Institute in 1994 with a degree in agricultural sciences. He obtained another degree from the Institute of Economics and Statistics in Almaty in 2002. In 2014, he also graduated from the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service under the President of the Russian Federation.

He started his professional career in 1994 in a state agricultural company where he passed through various positions. He then worked in another company from 1998. In October 2006, he switched to politics and was the Äkim of the Ghabit Müsirepov district in northern Kazakhstan from October 20 of that year. After about eight years in this post, he became the new mayor of the city of Petropavl on October 11, 2014, following the resignation of Tölegen Sakariyanov.[1] Since March 2019, Tasmaghanbetov has been first deputy äkim (governor) of the North Kazakhstan region.

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  1. New Akim of Petropavlovsk appointed. Tengri News, retrieved 6 August 2019 (English).