Askar Mamin

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January 26, 2022

Askar Uzakbaiuly Mamin (Kazakh: Asqar Uzaqbaıuly Mamın; born 23 October 1965) is a Kazakh politician, former prime minister of Kazakhstan. He took office in February 2019, and resigned amid the protests that took place in the country in January 2022. Previously, he served as First Deputy Prime Minister from September 9, 2016 to February 21, 2019. Mamin was the President of Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, the national railway company of Kazakhstan. He also serves as President of the Ice Hockey Federation of Kazakhstan, a position he took up in 2008. He has previously served as Mayor of Astana (2006-2008) and Minister of Transport and Communication in the Government of Kazakhstan (2005-2006). Mamin is a member of the ruling Nur Otan political party.

Biography

Mamin graduated from the Tselinograd Institute of Civil Engineering, Russian University of Economics Plekhanov, with specialties in civil engineering and economics. He started his career as a trusted erector "Tselintyazhstroy". He served as Deputy Director General of the Union of Innovative Enterprises of Kazakhstan. From 1996 to 2008, he served as First Deputy Mayor of the City of Astana, Deputy Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan, First Deputy Minister of Industry and Commerce of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Personal life

Askar Mamin is married to Altynai Mamina. The couple has a son and a daughter: Daniyar (born 1986) and Dinara (born 1991).

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