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Kazakhstan to remove all paper paperwork for residents in 2021

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NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan – Kazakhstan’s Prime Minister Askar Mamin has set the duty to utterly remove the necessity for paper certificates in 2021.
“In general, we must completely eliminate the need for paper certificates already in 2021, introduce the delivery of services from the Government for Citizens corporation and increase the availability of all online services and services to almost 100%,” Mamin advised a authorities assembly on November 17.
The prime minister instructed the Ministry of Digital Development, along with authorities companies, to approve a plan for transferring all socially important public providers to the eGov cellular software.
Earlier, Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev instructed to make sure a whole digitization of the processes related to the appointment and fee of pensions and advantages.
By the top of 2020, the indicator of public providers within the social and labour sphere in digital format can be delivered to 90%, Mamin stated.
“The Ministry of Health is obliged to ensure that citizens are provided with the necessary electronic medical information. The Ministry of Labour, together with government agencies, is obliged to ensure the complete digitisation and updating of data necessary for the digitalisation of the processes of assigning payments of pensions and benefits,” the Kazakh premier stated.
Mamin additionally stated it’s essential to simplify as a lot as potential the mechanism for acquiring a mortgage and pledging. He stated particular consideration ought to be paid to explanatory work on improvements within the discipline of digitalisation of public providers.

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