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New ministers has been agreed upon by the MPRP and the Democratic party PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 22 September 2008

Media reports over the last few days indicate a list of new ministers has been agreed upon by the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party and the Democratic Party. The list is expected to be presented for approval to the Parliament. 

The MPRP will nominate M.Enkhbold as Deputy Prime Minister, S.Batbold as Foreign Minister, Yo.Otgonbayar as Education Minister,  T.Badamjunai as Food, Agriculture and Light Industry Minister, B.Dolgor as Head of the Government Office, T.Gandi as Social Security and Labor Minister, and D.Zorigt as Mineral and Energy Minister. Otgonbayar, Zorigt, and the two women, Dolgor and Gandi, are not members of Parliament. 

The Democratic Party nominees are believed to be N.Altankhuyag as First Deputy Prime Minister, S.Bayartsogt as Finance Minister, L.Gansukh as Defense Minister, N.Batbayar as City Planning and Transport Minister, S.Lambaa as Health Minister and R.Erdeneburen as Environment and Tourism Minister.  

A power sharing agreement was reached by both parties last month. The MPRP won 44 seats in the Parliament during June 29 national elections. The Democratic Party won 26 seats. There are 76 seats in the Parliament.

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