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Thursday

2019/05/23

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Mongolian President to visit Beijing

Mongolian President Kh.Battulga is expected to visit China later this month. It will be his first official visit since becoming president in July, 2016. During the visit, it is planned that he will attend the second Belt and Road Forum

New Mongolian Prosecutor General appointed

The Mongolian Parliament has backed President Kh.Battulga’s proposal on consultation regarding the appointment of B.Jargalsaikhan  to the position of Prosecutor General of Mongolia by a majority. Following the vote, the appointment was ratified by presidential decree.

Separately, President Kh.Battulga issued a

Confusion as opposition party’s parliamentary group dissolves

The parliamentary group of the Mongolian Democratic Party has been dissolved. According to D.Erdenebat, the head of the group, the official announcement will be given to the speaker of parliament on Thursday’s united session.

MP L.Bold announced that he has left

Is younger brother of Mongolian President aiming for parliament?

Recently, the younger brother of Mongolian President Kh.Battulga was elected as a member of National Policy Committee of Democratic Party. According to Democratic Party regulations, only members of National Policy Committee have the right to be nominated for parliamentary election.

New Speaker opens Spring Session of State Great Khural

The spring session of Mongolian State Great Khural opened today (5 April) at 10.02 a.m. with an attendance of 62.7 percent of members. G.Zandanshatar, the newly appointed speaker of parliament spoke at the opening ceremony of the spring session. Prime

Broken Promises! Demonstration against Mongolian Government

Earlier today (5 April), the Mongolian parliamentary opposition organised a demonstration on Sukhbaatar Square, in central Ulaanbaatar. The Democratic Party’s public protest was planned to coincide with today’s opening of the spring session of parliament.

The Democratic Party is protesting against