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Mongolian Trade Representation to open in Tokyo

Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh during his official visit in Tokyo, has attended a Mongolia-Japanese business forum. Also present at the event were Mongolian delegates including Foreign Minister D.Tosgtbaatar as well as D.Sumiyabazar, Minister of Mining and Heavy Industries.

During the forum, the

Are Speaker M.Enkhbold’s days numbered?

Regular sessions of the Mongolian State Great Khural have been delayed several times due to a boycott by nearly 40 MPs protesting against Speaker of Parliament M.Enkhbold. The boycott activity started a month ago.

However, earlier today, (4 January), the cabinet

NEWS AGENCY names U.Khurelsukh as Person of the Year

At the end of each year, professional press bodies traditionally give awards to people and particular events of the past 12 months. News.mn has been naming “Person of the Year” since 2004. This year, we have decided to name the

News Agency names the Top 5 events of 2018

2018 was an important growth year for the Mongolian business sector, but in politics it was characterised as a year of scandal. The News Agency has named the Top 5 events in Mongolia over the past twelve months, which are:

Final session of Mongolian parliament suspended

Today’s (28 December) regular session of the State Great Khural (Mongolian parliament) was suspended due to the fact that less than 50 percent of the MPs were present. This was the last session of 2018. Only 35 members were in

Speaker must go! Nearly 1000 people demonstrate in UB

Earlier today (27 December), a crowd of almost 1000 people demonstrated on Sukhbaatar square, in the centre of Ulaanbaatar demanding the resignation of Parliamentary Speaker M.Enkhbold. The event was organized by the ‘Mongolians Unite’ movement and was attended by some

Mongolian MPs to demonstrate till Speaker steps down

MPs Kh.Nyambaatar, L.Oyun-Erdene, T.Ayursaikhan, L.Bold and J.Batzandan held a press conference earlier today (25 December) announcing that they will demonstrate on Sukhbaatar square every Thursdays until Speaker M.Enkhbold steps down.

The MPs have presented a petition signed by 38 lawmakers to

Demands for resignation of party secretary during MPP Congress

Earlier today (19 December), the ruling Mongolian People’s Party held its Congress at Independence Palace. The MPP Congress took place in closed session following speeches by PM U.Khurelsukh, and party leader and Speaker of Parliament M.Enkbold.

The Congress was attended by