ALMATY (Reuters) - Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev dissolved the lower house of parliament on Wednesday and called a snap parliamentary election for January 15-16, a presidential decree said. The election from party lists will be held on January 15. Other deputies will be chosen by the People's Assembly of Kazakhstan, a consultative body loyal to Nazarbayev, the following day. The presidential decree was published in the official gazette Kazakhstanskaya Pravda and is effective from the day of publication. A snap parliamentary election had been widely predicted after the 71-year-old Nazarbayev won another five years in office in a presidential vote in April.