Ulan Bator, Jan 05 (MonInfo) -http://www.open-government.mn/newspic/empty.jpg Mongolian coalition government crumbles as Mongolian Democratic Party chairman announced its intention to withdraw from the coalition government. Altankhuyag Norov, Chairman of the Mongolian Democratic  Party and Senior Deputy Prime Minister said  Mongolian Democratic Party will withdraw from current coalition government. This was announced during regular weekly news conference held with the Party leaders this morning.
Altankhuyag said “ It is been 3.5 years since the  Mongolian People’s Party and Mongolian Democratic Party formed coalition government. We formed coalition government to create political stability in Mongolia after post election riot on July 1, 2008. By having coalition government, Mongolia was able to have stable political life and overcame global financial and economic crisis with less damage. Mega mining projects such as Oyu Tolgoi gold and copper deposit and Tavan Tolgoi coking coal deposits have been put for economic development. Large industrialization projects have been launched. Now we consider that Mongolian Democratic Party fulfilled its historic role and it is time to pull out from the coalition government. This move is related to election campaign of the  party for the parliamentary and local council elections to  be held in same time  in June, 2012. Both parties will participate on their own in these elections based on their election platforms”.
Current coalition government led by Prime Minister Batbold Sukhbaatar, chairman of the ruling Mongolian People’s Party. Six members of the Mongolian Democratic Party works as cabinet members and ministers of the government.
Altankhuyag said “  I have informed the Prime Minister about the decision to pull-out from the coalition. We will work with  the Prime Minister until he finds replacements for the  ministers and cabinet members from the Democratic Party. “
The decision of the opposition party will have to be validated by the party’s national consultative committee meeting. The national consultative committee-ruling body of the Mongolian Democratic Party likely endorse the decision of the party chairman. Previously, some members of the  Mongolian Democratic  Party voiced interest to withdraw from coalition.
Prime Minister Batbold and chairman of the ruling party said “ the coalition government accomplished a lot. Mongolian economic is growing as of last 2 years. Coalition government was formed for the benefit of the country’s economic development and was not for political purpose and I’m confident that both parties will work together for national development and improving living standard of Mongolian households.” Enditem.



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