President transfers the fight against air pollution to government; confused the public

President Elbegdorj submitted draft law on air pollution of Ulaanbaatar today and according to this draft law, national committee to reduce air pollution will operate under the government. 

Previously, the committee was working under the President's office and president's advisors were included in the committee staff. 

Despite millions of dollars spent by US funded Millennium Challenge Account, air pollution in UB still remain serious issue. As each day of winter gets colder, degree of air pollution is increasing. All the smoke generated by 600 some thousand households in Ger district burning coal to stay warm killing residents of Ulaanbaatar slowly...

Currently, it seems, there is no way out from this issue. No big words of the president, PR relation campaigns of development projects are unable to address this issue. I'm an ordinary citizen of Mongolia, no longer believes in our government, president and the development projects which pledged they will tackle this issue in the level of disaster. 

What does this it mean that the national committee is to be operated under government?  Was this issue handled by government before?  So many questions like this still lingers on. 

Desperate and pesssimistic........

Dulamsuren, a Mongolian citizen


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