MPP demands Prime Ministers resignation

September 03 08:56 2013 Print This Article  September 2, 2013

Members of the biggest opposition Party in the Mongolian Parliament, the Mongolian People”s Party (MPP),have demanded Prime Minister Norov Altankhuyag`s resignation during a press conference on Friday, August 30th with reporters.

Members of the Committee for Reform movement in MPP are demanding the Prime Minister”s resignation in 14 days because of the leadership role of Prime Minister Norov Altankhuyag during the past year of the Reform Government. They claim the country is facing economic decline posing risk to national security and the worsening of people`s livelihoods.

The Committee for Reform movement in MPP also blames the Prime Minister for the uncertainty surrounding the biggest deposits of Oyu Tolgoi and Tavantolgoi, the 10 thousand jobless people resulting from coal mine closures, an inconvenient business environment and the wasted investment of the Chinggis bond. Members of the Committee for Reform movement stated in the press conference that there is enough cause for the Prime Minister to resign.

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