Mongolian ruling party announced yesterday night a reunion with the party of former President N.Enkhbayar. Therefore, after 10 years of separation, Mongolian People’s Party has united with Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party.
Established by the communist founder of the modern Mongolian state, D.Sukhbaatar in 1921, the political party divided in 2010 after changing its name from the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party to simply the Mongolian People’s Party. Since then, former prime-minister and president, N.Enkhbayar has led the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party.
D.Amarbayasgalan, Secretary of the MPP explained that the two parties which share one great history were able to reunite after patching up their differences of political views.
Previously, on 1 March, the two political parties united for the 100th anniversary of foundation of the oldest political party in Mongolia.