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Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party under scrutiny

By M.ZOLJARGAL

 

Songinokhairkhan District’s members and supporters of the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRP) reported on July 23 that they will work to dismiss passive party administrators who ignore the opinions and proposals of other party members. The district’s party members are seeking dismissals of these administrators, as they frequently lay off or change the membership of the administration board without the knowledge of the party’s members, and are said to operate only in their own interests.

In addition, over 170 MPRP campaign workers from 32 khoroos in the district worked without pay for a month before the presidential election. When they asked for their salaries, administrators in charge of salary provision were either not found, or could provide no clear answers about when salaries would be paid.

MPRP members continued their pledge to work on behalf of N.Enkhbayar. The members are planning to hold an irregular meeting by August 15. 

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