498 Candidates to Run for 2016 Parliamentary Elections in Mongolia

Ulán Bator,Jun 7 (Prensa Latina) Head of the General Election Commission (GEC) Choinzon Sodnomtseren said today that 498 candidates will stand in the forthcoming parliamentary elections in Mongolia, scheduled for June 29.
The Democratic Party (DP) and the Mongolian Peopleâ�Ös Party (MPP) will run for the elections with the largest number of candidates - 76 each, while the Mongolian Peopleâ�Ös Revolutionary Party (MPRP) will have 71 candidates.

Furthermore, the Sovereignty and Unity Coalition of the Sovereignty and Unity Party and the Mongolian Green Party will compete for 44 parliamentary seats; Republican Party - for 36; Civil Movement Party - 27; Mongolian Social Democratic Party - 17; Civil Will Green Party - 15; Mongolian Conservative Party and Cherish the People Party - for 13 seats each; Mongolian Conservative United Party - 11; the Khaan Choice Coalition of the Development Party, the Mongolian Liberal Party and the Freedom Exercising Party, and the Unified Coalition of Patriots of the United Party of Patriots and the Labor Party of Pan-Mongolia - for 9 seats each; Democratic Movement Party for 3.

Apart from the candidates from the political parties and coalitions, 69 independent candidates will stand in the elections. Statistically, 25.9 percent of the candidates are women.



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