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Democratic Party suspends congress

Mongolia’s opposing Democratic Party has postponed its congress which was scheduled for 4 April. During the congress, the party had planned to discuss the current political situation.

Previously, DP leader S.Erdene, said that the Mongolian People’s Party had tried to obtain

“Organised Crime” in Mongolian government: DP to demonstrate

The Mongolian parliamentary opposition has announced, that it will organise a demonstration on Sukhbaatar square, in central Ulaanbaatar on 5 April. The Democratic Party’s public protest will be held the same day as the spring session of parliament opens.

The Democratic

Tortured to Confess! Mongolian Government apologises

The Mongolian Cabinet held an emergency meeting earlier today (22 March) to discuss a statement made by Justice Minister Ts.Nyamdorj, regarding the murder case of S.Zorig, one of the heroes of Mongolia’s peaceful transition to democracy. Ts.Nyamdorj said that two

Mongolian parliament to hold session on Saturday

Earlier today, the Mongolian Great State Khural (parliament) is holding an irregular session; this began at 3.00 p.m. Parliament has a tradition of holding united sessions on Thursdays and Fridays. However, this united session will be extended to Saturday (23

Former Mongolian President fails to attend police meeting

Former Mongolian President N.Enkhbayar has been called by Police Department against Economic Crimes to give a witness’s statement. The politician was supposed to report to the police earlier today (21 March) at 11.00 a.m., but failed to turn up as

SME Fund scandal: was Mongolian PM involved?

The ‘Nekhuul’ movement has made a complaint to the Independent Agency against Anti-corruption to investigate U.Khurelsukh, Prime Minister of Mongolia. The request was filed earlier today (20 March). ‘Nekhuul’ is a Mongolian word meaning demanding.

L.Altansukh, leader of the movement said

S.Zorig murder case: Were defendants tortured to confess?

Following an investigation of two decades, Ts.Amgalanbaatar and two others were sentenced to 24-25 years in prison for the murder of S.Zorig, one of the heroes of Mongolia’s peaceful transition to democracy. However, the family of the defendants, in an