On June 11, 2007 it announced its intention to merge with the Naghyz Ak Zhol (English: True Bright Path) party. According to RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty 'recent amendments to Kazakhstan's constitution, including changes to the structure of parliament, have sparked speculation that early parliamentary elections will be held this year.'
On June 18 however, the Kazakh parliament approved an amendment to the electoral law preventing parties from forming blocs.
In the 18 August 2007 Assemblyelections, the party won 4.62% of the popular vote and no seats. All seats were won by the ruling Nur-Otan party.