Mongolia celebrates Proclamation Day

Speaker D.Demberel, President Ts.Elbegdorj, and Prime Minister S.Batbold paying tribute to Chinggis Khaan statue on Mongolia’s 86th Proclamation Day
This year is the 86th anniversary of Mongolia’s proclamation Day. On November 26, 1924, the first State Ikh Khural adopted the first Constitution and declared the People’s Republic of Mongolia, dismissing monarchism. This historical day is an official public holiday and State top officials paid tribute to Chinggis Khaan statue the previous day. Early in the 20th century, Mongolia was exacerbated with foreign powers and tyrannies. The domestic political situation failed and the economic crisis worsened. Some leading patriotic people who have progressive ideas protested this situation and made revolutionary struggle in 1921, bringing victory and taking the nation’s destiny under their power.
As a result of the revolution,Mongolia reinstated its independence. According to Mongolia’s first Constitution adopted on November 26, 1924, the State Baga Khural was established with a compositionof 30 members, which was the basis for parliament. Although the State Baga Khural did not have a permanent function, like the modern parliament of the 1990s, it was a kind of representative organization responsible for holding State power, legislating and resolving important issues of national development.
On the occasion of National Proclamation Day, Parliamentary Speaker D. Demberel extended his greetings and made a speech  addressing the people. In his speech, he underlined that Mongolians regained national independence after a tireless struggle for liberation, confirmed it with the Constitution, and moved to republic governance. It was valuable progress for politics and democracy. When Mongolians chose republic governance, which is founded on public, human rights and freedom, the political rights of Mongolians was declared. We Mongolians completely dismissed the dishonest rulings of the middle ages that did not ensure the least of human rights in the early 20th century, and stepped into a cultured universe of modern time.
Mongolians dismissed serfdom that discriminated people with race and capability. Amongst Asian countries,
Mongolians first legislated against discrimination of gender equity. In reality, it is a fact that Mongolians
legislated and implemented equal rights of citizens earlier than the UK and the USA that are known with their
true democracy. 
On November 25, general educational schools of all types of ownership had a lesson on the topic ‘Proclaiming People’s Republic of Mongolia’ by the initiative of Mongolia’s Parliament. The Ministry of Education, Culture and Sciences sent an official letter to heads of education and cultural offices of Ulaanbaatar and all aimags to teach a lesson on the topic ‘Proclaiming People’s Republic of Mongolia’. Such a special lesson, in connection with the historical day, was not taught before.
Pursuant to the Law of Mongolia on public holidays and celebrations, November 26th of every year is marked nationwide as National Proclamation Day. In this regard, Parliament made this initiative with a purpose to introduce the value of this historical day to children. 
source: The Mongol Messenger newspaper

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