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Akejan Kajegeldin was born on 27 March, 1952 in Georgiyevka (now Qalbatau), Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union, is a Former. Discover Akejan Kajegeldin's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 71 years old?

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Age 72 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 27 March, 1952
Birthday 27 March
Birthplace Georgiyevka (now Qalbatau), Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union
Nationality Kazakhstan

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Kajegeldin attempted to return to Kazakhstan to attend his father-in-law's funeral and to campaign for the 1999 Kazakh legislative election. At the request of the Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan, he was detained by the Russian police in the Sheremetyevo Airport on 10 September 1999 and was held in custody for 9 hours until Kajegeldin complained of heart pains. He was taken to a Kremlin hospital for treatment and was held there for 4 days until Kajegeldin was transferred to a Barvikha Sanatorium on 15 September. Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan Yuri Khitrin and his officials attempted to visit him but were barred at the request of Kajegeldin. A telephone conversion instead was held between the two parties where Khitrin told Kajegeldin that he could return to Kazakhstan "voluntarily". Later that day, Kajegeldin was freed of charges and was allowed to leave Russia. According to Kajegeldin himself, the reason for his attempted return was due to the fact that the Kazakhstan's Ambassador to United States Bolat Nurgaliyev wrote an article for the Washington Times, stating that Kajegeldin could return to Kazakhstan freely without having fears of being arrested. Kajegeldin himself denied the charges and said they were motivated by politics.


In 1998 he was elected President of the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan.

In April 1998, after he had left the country, the government charged him with tax evasion and illegally buying real estate in Belgium. In December 1998, Kajegeldin founded the Republican People's Party (QRHP) and attempted to challenge Nazarbayev in the 1999 Kazakh presidential election. During the campaign, Kajegeldin, along with his associates were beaten, harassed, and stalked. An assassination attempt was made towards him by a gunfire outside the city of Almaty. Kajegeldin was eventually barred from participating in the elections due to his involvement in an unregistered organization of the Movement for Honest Elections.


Akejan Kajegeldin (Kazakh: Әкежан Мағжанұлы Қажыгелдин, Äkejan Mağjanūly Qajygeldin; born 27 March 1952) is a Kazakh politician who served as the 2nd Prime Minister of Kazakhstan from 12 October 1994 until his resignation on 10 October 1997, ostensibly for health reasons, though many saw it as an act protesting authoritarianism in Kazakhstan. He has accused President Nazarbayev of authoritarianism, nepotism, and indifference to violations of human rights.


The publishing of his book, Kazakhstan: The Right to Choose, led to a political rift with President Nazarbayev. The rift widened when Kajegeldin's 21st Century Freedom Foundation sponsored amendments to the constitution regarding free elections. Kajegeldin has since been barred from participating in presidential elections because of his participation in an unsanctioned demonstration, "an administrative offense."