Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan is Alihan Askhanuly Smaiylov.
The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan is the Republic of Kazakhstan's head of government and the second-highest post within the Republic of Kazakhstan, behind the President of Kazakhstan. The Prime Minister presides over the government and advises the President on the day-to-day operations of Kazakhstan's Parliament. Before achieving independence in 1991, the position was known as the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic during the Soviet period.
Alihan Askhanuly Smaiylov is a Kazakh politician who currently serves as Kazakhstan's Prime Minister. He formerly served as Kazakhstan's First Deputy Prime Minister under Askar Mamin. From September 2018 to May 2020, he was also the Minister of Finance. Following the 2022 Kazakh demonstrations, Kazakhstan's president named Smaiylov as the country's next prime minister. The country's parliament fully accepted his candidacy.