But the Organisation for Cooperation and Security in Europe (OSCE), slammed the election, saying voters had only limited choice due to a lack of genuine opposition and restrictions on freedom of expression."The incumbent and his political party dominate politics, and there is a lack of a credible opposition in the country," Cornelia Jonker, head of the election observation mission of the OSCE's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, said."Voters were not offered a genuine choice between political alternatives."There were significant restrictions to the freedom of expression, as well as to the media environment."While Mr Nazarbayev's posters and billboards were "visible throughout the country", the other two candidates have distributed "almost no campaign materials," the OSCE said.
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