DP and MPP working groups hold a consultation

MP M.Batchimeg chairs DP working group in the consultation


The working groups of the Democratic Party (DP) and the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) held their first consultation regarding Prime Minister Ch.Saikhanbileg’s request to form a coalition government, on Wednesday at the State Palace.
The sides believe that the major political forces in Parliament should cooperate to overcome the economic and political crisis. They agreed that the sides should place a high priority on state interests rather than on political interests.
However, some members of the MPP said that if Ch.Saikhanbileg had sent a request to only the MPP to form a coalition government they could have considered it and held a lower chamber meeting. But the new Prime Minister sent the request for cooperation to all parties and coalitions with seats the Parliament and the MPP believe that there is a risk of discrimination if they join the new government.

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