Delegation of Mongolian lawyers to visit Texas, Texas Wesleyan

A delegation of lawyers sent by President Tsakhia Elbegdorj of Mongolia will visit Fort Worth Aug. 9-10 under the auspices of the Asian Judicial Institute at Texas Wesleyan School of Law.

For more than 10 years, the institute has been working with the government of Mongolia, including Parliament and the Supreme Court, to help create observance of the rule of law and independence of the judiciary.

The focus of this year’s visit is how best to combat official corruption. The delegation will visit with area lawyers and members of the judiciary and then travel to Austin to meet with members of the Texas Ethics Commission and the Texas Judicial Qualifications Commission.

The delegation includes the Hon. Biraa Chimid, who as secretary of the Constitution Drafting Committee, played a key role in drafting the new Mongolian constitution as the country emerged from communist rule and Soviet influence to become a democracy.

Chimid is considered the “father of the Constitution” in Mongolia, and this will be his first visit to Texas. He is chair of the legal department of philosophy, sociology and chair of the Legal Institute of Mongolian Science Academy.

Other members of the delegation are the Hon. Dashjamts Battulga, chief of staff for the president of Mongolia; the Hon. Gombosuren Ganzorig, legal adviser to the president of Mongolia and former justice of the Mongolian Supreme Court; and Sainzaya Chimid, lawyer and interpreter.

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