Lundeejantsan, MPRP Parliamentary group leader: Bayar will remain as chairman of the party

Bayar Sanjaa will remain as chairman of the MPRP said Lundeejantsan, MPRP parliamentary group leader.
In press conference held in Government house, Lundeejantsan said MPRP parliamentary group always backed the Premier and highlighted achievements of Bayar as Premier. This undoubtedly includes signing of Oyu Tolgoi investment agreement and start of negotation on Tavan Tolgoi coal mine.

MPRP party rule states head of the party can be prime minister when party wins in election. It is up to discretion of party chairman to take responsibility of premiership. In 2007, Bayar decided to take post of the premiership when party conference voted for him as chairman replacing Enkhbold Miegombo. Currently, Bayar is highest rated and popular politician in Mongolia.

According to political rumor mill in Ulaanbaatar, potential contenders for Prime Minister's post includes Batbold Sukhbaatar, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Zorigt Dashdorj, Minerals Minister and fresh legislator, Enkhbold Nyamaa, vice Speaker of the Parliament.

By Ganbat, reporter of MonInfo News Service



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