Mongolia joins Open Government Partnership

Introduction

Chimed Saikhanbileg
Chairman, Cabinet Secretariat of Government of Mongolia
Minister of Mongolia
Member of Parliament of Mongolia

“Commitments under the Open Government Partnership Initiatives will truly reinforce open and transparent government in Mongolia for the benefit of its people”

Commitments under the Open Government Partnership reflect Mongolia’s experience and aspiration to develop open and transparent government. The adoption of the Anti-Corruption Law and the Law on Information Transparency and the Right to Information in 2011, as well as accession to the UN Convention against Corruption in 2005 were important milestones on the way to joining the Open Government Partnership Initiative.   

The key priorities of Mongolia’s OGP Action Plan are a) Improving public service b) Increasing transparency of public institutions c) Enhancing justice and reducing corruption. Under these priorities, Mongolia commits to strengthen its transparent budget system, improve the quality of public service and pursue fair, accountable policies. This will promote open and transparent government in Mongolia. The Government of Mongolia shall fully implement its commitments in conformity with principles set out in the OGP Declaration. 

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