It has passed 100 days since the coalition government was formed as a result of the 2012 parliamentary election. There had been a number of public events and activities implemented for this particular occasion starting from early this week. The celebration started off on Monday by opening a photo exhibition called “Reform Government in 100 Days” in the State History Museum in Ulaanbaatar.
In addition, all the key Ministries made presentations on their major achievements to the general public during the week. An event was held informing the results of the new initiative called “11-11”, a free telephone line, which citizens can call to provide their thoughts and opinions on a wide array of issues ranging from everyday life to the current government policies. This was organized by the Cabinet Secretariat.
According to the Press and public communications office of the Government, the culmination of these activities will be a live TV broadcasting via Mongolian National Radio and Television at 2100 hours on November 30th, 2012. Attended by the key officials, it will feature some of the key achievements, and pressing issues faced by the coalition government. Also, on this day there will be public gathering along with government members in the Central Culture Palace.