Anthem of the Republic of Kazakhstan

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Soar up, O eagle of freedom,
Calling for unity!
The strength, the power of the heroes — the people,
The strength, the power of the people — in unity!

Respecting the motherland, honoring the genius of the people,
In the hour of hard times, we have opened our arms to all.
The Kazakh steppe — the beloved homeland.
The holy cradle of friendship and solidarity.

Soar up, O eagle of freedom,
Calling for unity!
The strength, the power of the heroes — the people,
The strength, the power of the people — in unity!

We’ve overcome the hardships, let the past serve bitter lesson
But ahead we face a radiant future.
Our mother tongue, tradition and sovereignty
We pass, as the mandate, to the next generations!

Soar up, O eagle of freedom,
Calling for unity!
The strength, the power of the heroes — the people,
The strength, the power of the people — in unity!


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Original:

KAZAKHSTAN Law on Copyright and Neighboring Rights - full text (.pdf)

Article 8. Works Not Protected by Copyright
The following shall not be protected by copyright:

  1. official documents (laws, court decisions and other texts of a legislative, administrative, judicial or diplomatic nature) together with official translations thereof;
  2. State emblems and official signs (flags, armorial bearings, decorations, monetary signs and other State symbols and official signs);
  3. works of folklore,
  4. communications concerning events and facts that have an informational character.
 
Translation:

KAZAKHSTAN Law on Copyright and Neighboring Rights - full text (.pdf)

Article 8. Works Not Protected by Copyright
The following shall not be protected by copyright:

  1. official documents (laws, court decisions and other texts of a legislative, administrative, judicial or diplomatic nature) together with official translations thereof;
  2. State emblems and official signs (flags, armorial bearings, decorations, monetary signs and other State symbols and official signs);
  3. works of folklore,
  4. communications concerning events and facts that have an informational character.
 

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