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Mongolia News / Politics / October 22, 2014

Petition for Prime Minister’s resignation to be discussed on Wednesday

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The Standing Committee on State Structure has scheduled a review of a petition calling for the resignation of Prime Minister N.Altankhuyag for Wednesday’s committee meeting.

The petition calling for the resignation of the Prime Minister was initiated by the MPP caucus in parliament, and MP J.Batzandan and Deputy Speaker L.Tsog voted in favor of it.

Signatures from 28 MPs were collected for the petition.

Under the Constitution, parliament and relevant standing committees should discuss such proposals within two weeks of their submission.

Parliament should issue a final decision on proposals within one week of their review. In the case that a standing committee or parliament takes a break on the issue, revision may be delayed.

The Democratic Party caucus in parliament announced during a press conference that the caucus would not approve the resignation of Prime Minister N.Altankhuyag.


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