Identification card of Member of Parliament to be granted on June 29
The General Election Commission convened yesterday, June 25, discussing results of 2020 Parliamentary election and issuing a resolution to consider candidates, who gained most votes, elected as a Member of Parliament.
2020 Election: Ruling Mongolian People’s Party wins 62 of 76 parliament seats
Votes for the 2020 parliamentary elections had been counted and aggregated by early morning of today, June 25. As of the preliminary results, the ruling party in the current parliament – Mongolian People’s Party gained the majority or 62 seats in the 76-seat parliament, while the opposing Democratic Party won 11 seats.
“Mongolian People's Party begins to fulfill its election platform”
As preliminary results are being updated for the 2020 parliamentary election, General Secretary of the Mongolian People’s Party D.Amarbayasgalan and other members have just briefed that the Mongolian People’s Party are winning 62 seats in the 76-seat parliament – State Great Khural.
Mongolia’s 2020 parliamentary election: Preliminary results and voter turnout
The polls have closed across Mongolia in the 2020 parliamentary election. The results are being updated at this moment as ballots being counted at the 2070 polling places throughout the country following the closure of the polls where Mongolians voted to elect a new parliament with 76-seats.
Polls close in Mongolia's parliamentary election
Nationwide polls close after Mongolians voted today since 7 AM in the morning until 10 PM of June 25, today to elect a new parliament. Some 606 candidates, including 121 independent candidates competed for 76 seats in the unicameral parliament of Mongolia - State Great Hural with a four-year term.
President Kh.Battulga casts his vote
President of Mongolia Kh.Battulga cast his vote at the polling station located in the 48th secondary school of Bayanzurkh district.
Mongolia's parliamentary election amid COVID-19 pandemic
According to a report provided by the General Election Commission at 12 am, Mongolians are actively participating in the election with 25.13 percent voter turnout.
Voting runs with 25.13 percent voter turnout
The General Election Commission has reported that 507 thousand and 510 citizens out of 2 million and 624 eligible registered voters in total cast their ballots, which means and 25.13 percent voter turnout at the national level as of 12 am.
PM U.Khurelsukh casts his vote
Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh has cast his vote for the parliamentary election at the polling station located in the 48th secondary school of Bayanzurkh district.
255 Mongolians return from the United States
A charter flight, bringing 255 Mongolian nationals from the United States, has landed today, June 24, at 10:45 am at Chinggis Khaan International Airport in Ulaanbaatar.
Voting gets underway in 2020 legislative election as polls open
Polling stations opened at 7 AM local time and voting is underway across the country, as the public choose their MPs for the next parliament.
Coronavirus test developed by Mongolian scholars produces its result within two hours
A working team founded with the aims of domestically producing coronavirus test and introducing it into use, has presented outcome of their research.
Spring sowing increased by 15-20 percent
This year, spring sowing has started on May 9 and has been made to 490.2 thousand hectares of areas, including 375.1 thousand hectares for grains of which 358.3 thousand hectares for wheat, 17.4 thousand hectares for potatoes, 8.5 thousand hectares for vegetables, 56.1 thousand hectares for oil plants, 28.8 thousand hectares for fodder plants and 3.5 thousand hectares for fruits and berries.
Damaged Duut Rock Inscription restored
Recently, the Duut Rock Inscription or known as Tsogtiin Khadnii Bichig (Rock Inscription of Tsogt Prince) located near the Mountain Tuvkhun in Delgerkhaan soum of Tuv aimag was found to be damaged from splashes of milk and oil, and more than 70 percent of the inscriptions had been darkened as a result. The inscriptions on the rock, which has been under state protection since 1971, dates back to time of 380 years ago and has been preserved until today.
Groundbreaking ceremony takes place for memorial on remembrance day
A groundbreaking ceremony, ‘Always In Our Hearts’, was held for a memorial to the Mongolians and Russians, who went off to the Great Patriotic War from Mongolia, outside the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Ulaanbaatar on June 22.
Mongolia confirms another two coronavirus cases, total at 215
Today’s COVID-19 press briefing by the Ministry of Health updated the latest coronavirus situation in Mongolia. In the past 24 hours, a total of 426 test have been carried out at three laboratories nationwide. Among them, two people repatriated from Kazakhstan were tested positive for the virus, taking the total number of people who ever had the disease in Mongolia at 215.
Health Promotion Center opens at the State Central First Hospital
Aimed at preventing citizens from any diseases, detecting at its early stage and giving health education, “Health Promotion Center”, diagnostic and treatment center has opened today, June 22 at the State Central First Hospital (SCFH).
Voting machines tested ahead of June 24 election
There are only two days left for Mongolian voters to head to the polls for the 2020 Parliamentary election, scheduled to be held on June 24.
Mongolian organic honey to become a new export product
Minister of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry Ch.Ulaan became familiarized with bee farming in Batsumber soum of Tuv aimag.
Ch.Batzaya: Eagle-holding Kazakh man on horseback, towering Altai Mountains perfect combination
Mongol Ecology Center: Children tend to care more about the nature and environment than adults