Two ministers face disciplinary action

D.Zorigt
At its two cabinet meetings on  December 29, 2010 and January 3, 2011, the cabinet discussed issues on the disciplinary responsibility of government members and an official assignment of the Prime Minister was given to governors of aimags and Ulaanbaatar City.
Pursuant to a decision made at the meeting, legal actions have been taken against Finance Minister  S.Bayartsogt because of his being almost two hours late for a plenary meeting of Parliament that was to discuss the 2011 State Budget, and Minister of Minerals and Energy D.Zorigt because of his failing to convey urgently required research materials and information to  Parliament, Standing committees and sub-committees.
Prime Minister S.Batbold told his cabinet members that being present at plenary parliament meetings is obligatory and to promptly provide Parliament and its standing and substanding committees with required
research materials.



S.Bayartsogt
At the meeting, an official assignment of the Prime Minister was issued for the city’s Mayor and governors of aimags, obliging them to promptly consider any urgent issues within given legal rights, to improve procedures of discussions and to strengthen responsibilities.
source: 'The Mongol Messenger' newspaper
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