Mongolian Civic groups calling for resignation of the Government it considered failed during Oyu Tolgoi negotiation

While, bipartisan lawmakers were discussing legal amendments needed to move forward the giant Oyu Tolgoi mine project, civic group activists got busy-outside the Parliament house. About dozen supporters and members of "Radical Reform", "My Mongolian land" civic groups staged protest outside the parliament holding banners with pictures of Premier Bayar and Saikhanbileg, parliament democratic party group leader and other lawmakers and calling them national traitors.
Enkhbat, general coordinator of the "Radical Reform" group said "we can not agree with these legal revisions that is not upholding our national interests and serves only for benefit of the Ivanhoe Mines and Rio Tinto."
Some of the mongolian civic groups are opposing the Oyu Tolgoi investment agreement for a long time. Civic activists consider that Mongolia should own minimum 50% of the deposit from the start of the project.
Enkhbat of the group added " if parliament passes these legal amendments, we will call for dismissal of the Government led by Prime Minister Bayar.This Government is not thinking for the benefit of Mongolian people."

Reporting by Ganbat, reporter of MonInfo, news and information services in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia





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