Motion to impeach Mongolian gov’t rejected

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ULAN BATOR, July 17 (Xinhua) — The parliament of Mongolia on Thursday rejected the motion to impeach the government issued by the opposition Democratic Party.

The Democratic Party accused the government, led by the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRP), of failing to take effective measures to appease post-election riots in the capital Ulan Bator, thus causing casualties and damage to property.

The MPRP said during the session of parliament that the government would not take responsibility for the incident until the investigation into the riots was over.

The MPRP and the Democratic Party, the two biggest parties in the current parliament, won 39 and 25 seats respectively in the 76-member parliament in elections held on June 29.

On July 1, supporters of the Democratic Party and other parties marched in protest against alleged voting fraud in the elections, and the protests turned into riots, in which five people were killed and more than 300 injured.

The Mongolian General Committee of Election declared on Monday the final results of 66 seats with the remaining 10 seats in dispute, which had been submitted to Mongolian President Nambaryn Enkhbayar.

The first session of the new parliament will be held before July 29. Blackjackissä ammattilaiseksi – casinofoorumi | Netticasino keskustelu – Netticasino

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