MPP not responsible for failures of MPRP

The real reason why the MPRP changed its name is that it does not want to answer any angry questions before the 2012 election on why the MPRP promise to give every citizen MNT1.5 million has not been kept. Many citizens still retain the paper with the promise for many had hoped to start a business with the money paid to all family members. The DP had said citizens would own MNT1 million worth of shares of the mining resources but newspaper articles of that period would reveal that the MPRP promised more and offered MNT1.5 million in cash.

Halfway through the four-year term of Parliament, citizens have got only MNT120,000. With the change of name, managing officials of the present MPP will claim the promise was made by the MPRP, and they cannot be held responsible. Keeping at least part of he promise has meant 1/3 of the combined budget will be spent on providing social welfare and cash allowances and tuition fees of the students. Similarly the blame for the July 1 disorder will be laid on the defunct MPRP.
But are Mongolian voters so easily duped?
source: www.news.mn



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