Mongolian opposition party changes its leadership

M.Enkhbold elected as MPP’s new leader
M.Enkhbold accepting his party’s leadership position

On October 26-29, MP M.Enkhbold was elected as the MPP leader. The Mongolian People’s Party, eldest political party that became an opposition force after the 2012 parliament election, called its 27th Congress and elected its leader.

There were 1,078 party delegates participating in the election to support their new leader. M.Enkhbold, Vice
Parliament Speaker, won the vote with 988 supporters and became the 29th leader of the MPP. N.Enkhbold, chief of the MPP parliamentary group, MPs O.Enkhtuvshin and J.Enkhbayar withdrew their names.

T.Ayurzana, coordinator of the ‘Innovation’ movement who contested with M.Enkhbold for the position of
the MPP leader got 88 votes. The ‘Innovation’ committee was formed when the MPP lost in the Presidential election demanding to call the party leadership to responsibility and the party leaders to resign. The MPP
Conference met at the beginning of August and decided to reshuffle MPP’s leadership at the party Congress.

Outgoing MPP leader O.Enkhtuvshin made a political report on the work executed by the party
after the 26th Congress. The Congress heard a report of the Control general committee, discussed revision of MPP rules, the goals of Mongolia’s development to 2021, party innovation activities, and appointment of the party’s new leadership. The Congress elected 310 delegates as party Conference members. The conference will elect the party general secretary from candidates.

The Congress introduced revisions to the party rule. The revision working group was set up at the previous MPP Conference. Aside from drafting a party rule, the revision working group proposed to introduce more than 80 principle revisions to the party rule with wording and formulation changes that were discussed and approved by Congress delegates. For example, participation of Conference members in party activities will be more distinct and clear-cut, changes related to the activities of the party leader, governing council and secretaries were decided to be included in the revised party rule.

Source:Mongol Messenger


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