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Nine top people of the Rooster Year PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 January 2006
Ulaanbaatar, /MONTSAME/. The nine distinguished persons for the Mongolian Year of the Rooster have been named by the Unoodor daily: * Asashoryu D.Dagvadorj, a state honored athlete of Mongolia and the Grand Champion of the Japanese professional sumo, leads the list of the nine people. He won the Yokozuna -- Grand Champion title of the Japanese sumo--early in 2003. In 2004 and 2005, he gained the victories at seven bashyos and set three top records.
  1. The Mongolian President Mr. N.Enkhbayar. He was working as the Minister of Culture, Chairman of the Mongolian People s Revolutionary Party, Prime Minister and Parliament Speaker. He was elected the President in 2005. Formerly, he led the list of the nine persons three times.
  2. The former Prime Minister Mr. Ts.Elbegdorj. The Government led by him was quitted on January 13 by the ruling Mongolian People s Revolutionary Party. The world audience interested in Mongolia s politics waits for new ideas and steps from Mr. Ts.Elbegdorj, who was valued as the democratic symbol by the US President Mr. George Bush.
  3. The newly appointed Prime Minister Mr. M.Enkhbold. He worked as the Ulaanbaatar City Mayor for seven years. In 2005, he was appointed as the Chairman of the Mongolian People s Revolutionary Party (MPRP).
  4. L.Tudev, well-known Mongolian writer and a member of the World Literature Academy. His first book Hello, Dear Children! was published 50 years ago. In 2005, he was named as one of the 100 best world writers. The International Studies Institute of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences has presented him the Honorary Doctor title.
  5. A Mongolian nuclear physicist Ch.Jargal. He is one of four Mongolian scholars, who work in the International Nuclear Energy Agency that was awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005. He defended the doctorate degree in the United Nuclear Study Institute in Dubna, Russia. He has been working in the above Agency since 1990. In the last five years, he has been working as the Leader of the team to control nuclear weapons in the Asia-Pacific countries.
  6. U.Enkhtuvshin, a well-known politician. He is the General Coordinator of the newly established MPRP Wing Tradition-Reforms and Democracy-Justice .
  7. G.Osokhbayar, a member of the Mongolian First Everest team. He flied the flag of Mongolia on 8,850 meters peak of the Everest after more than 50-day climb of the team. The Mongolian President awarded him with the State honored athlete title for this wonderful success.
  8. B.Naranbaatar, an international standard master of free style wrestling. He won a gold medal at the 2005 Universiad. He also brought home a bronze medal from the World Free Style Wrestling Championship held in Budapest. The Mongolian National Olympic Committee announced him as the 2005 best athlete.
  9. D. Altankhuyag, 23 years old and the youngest State honored ballet dancer. He is a solo ballet dancer of the State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet. In the last three years, he won gold, silver and bronze medals at nine international ballet competitions. He performs on the professional stages of the USA and Japan theatres. He participated in the gala concert of the world classic dancers for the New Year celebration, which was organized in Barcelona, Spain.B.

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