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Partial Cabinet approved

Mongolia’s State Great Khural (Parliament) has approved most of the new Cabinet following elections in June which were won by the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP). The new government will have […]

Opposition win General Election

The main opposition party in Mongolia, the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP), has won a resounding victory in the general election. They took 65 of the 76 seat in the State […]

Parliamentary 2016

An election to the State Great Hural took place on 29 June 2016. Mongolian People’s Party (Mongol Ardīn Nam) 65 Democratic Party (Ardchilsan Nam) 9 Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (Mongol […]

Mongolia goes to the polls

The people of Mongolia are voting for the 76 members of the State Great Hural today. Eleven parties are contesting the election with a total of 498 candidates standing and […]

Six MPP Ministers dismissed

Prime Minister Saikhanbileg Chimed of the Democratic Party (DP) has forced through a resolution in parliament dismissing all six ministers who come from the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP), ending the […]

Cabinet of Mongolia

Chimed Saikhanbileg Prime Minister Covered by Minister of Justice Deputy Prime Minister Mendsaikhan Enkhsaikhan Minister Sangajav Bayartsogt Head of Cabinet Secretariat Covered by Minister of Foreign Affairs Minister of Environment, […]

IMF completes Article IV consultation with Mongolia

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has completed its Article IV consultation with Mongolia. The full press release as published on the IMF website is as follows; “IMF Executive Board Concludes […]

New Cabinet appointed

Prime Minister Chimed Saikhanbileg submitted the names of his new Cabinet to Parliament on Friday following agreement over a restructuring of the government which had been previously approved. The new […]

Chimed Saikhanbileg is new PM

Chimed Saikhanbileg has been elected as Mongolia’s new Prime Minister two weeks after the previous Prime Minister, Norov Altankhuyag, was ousted by the Grand Hural or parliament following a worsening […]

PM ousted by Parliament

Mongolia’s Prime Minister has been voted out of office by Parliament in which 54.5% voted for his dismissal according to the Montsame News Agency. Out of the 76 members of […]

Ministries reduced from sixteen to thirteen

Mongolia’s parliament has agreed to a restructuring of government which will reduce the number of ministries from 16 to 13. There will also be 11 regulatory agencies and 19 implementing […]

Chinese and Mongolian Presidents sign 24 intergovernmental documents

Chinese President Xi Jinping has conducted a visit to Mongolia, visiting the parliament as well as holding talks with Mongolian President Tsakhia Elbegdorj. During the course of the visit the […]

FinMin discusses economic problems

InfoMongolia has carried an interesting interview with Finance Minister Ch.Ulaan in which he reveals that government revenues fell short last year due to problems with exports and the falling market […]