Mongolian nationalists threaten foreign funded NGO

Members of extreme nationalist group "Khukh Mongol" (Blue Mongolia) called foreign funded NGOs in Mongolia stop interferring in domestic affairs of the country.
During the press conference held in conference hall of "Mongol News"media group this afternoon, leather-clad youth resembling more of bikers said foreign funded NGOs are interferring in domestic affairs of Mongolia by order of their donors.

They named Sumati Luvsanvandan, well-known Mongolian political polster, head of Sant-Maral foundation as example of foreign funded NGO. Recently, Sumati announced result of his annual survey of corruption perception in country funded by US based Asia Foundation. The survey cited medical personnel and police force as most corrupt and susceptible to corruption due to low wages.

The so-called nationalists consider nothing is wrong when low-paid medical personnel accepts a bar of chocolate given as token of thankfullness by patients.The survey by half-Mongolian and half Jewish Sumati is splitting the country, emphasized the nationalists. Such attempts by foreign funded NGOs will not be tolerated, warned the group.

The reaction of Mongolian NGOs on this statement of "Blue Mongolia" is not clear yet. Many of Mongolian NGOs receive funding from foreign sources such as UN, USAID and World Bank and other donors. Domestic funding and donor for the NGO sector are not strong.

By Ganbat, editor of MonInfo News Service


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