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Winter and spring campsites will be addressed besides ger districts

By E.Dari

The plenary session meeting of the Parliament discussed the draft laws related to amending the law on addressing the law on the legal condition of the capital city. The draft laws were introduced by the Minister of the Cabinet Office of the Government of Mongolia, Ch.Saikhanbileg.
The draft bill states that; real estate, streets and squares with an address will be provided. The addresses of the real estate will include; the name of the city (province), district, the number of the Khoroo (administration unit), name of the street, town, the number of the building and the door.
The lawmakers deem that addressing; the streets, squares and real estate in a unique simple way has great significance in organizing the operations carried out by the government and will assist in developing an efficient environment to run businesses.
The innovation of addressing will have great influence to the development of the postal and parcel delivery service businesses.
In order to establish the information system of addresses, which is the part of the addressing system, in Ulaanbaatar, 3 billion MNT is planned to be spent from 2013 to 2015 and 500 million MNT is ear marked from the 2013 state budget..
The legal arrangement to manage the addressing didn’t exist in Mongolia and if the draft law isadopted, then not only will the ger districts be addressed, but also the winter and spring campsites will have certain addresses as well.
The residential address of a citizen will be written in the citizen’s ID card chip and the government is discussing whether to also have this address visible on the ID card.

 

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