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Last governmental meeting of 2013 held

By E.DARI

The last governmental meeting of 2013 was held on December 28, 2013. In 2013, the New Government for Changes convened a total of 58 times, and issued 426 resolutions and 202 regulations on behalf of the Prime Minister. The government submitted a total of 62 issues to the Parliament and decided to discuss 18 issues with related standing committees, and to introduce 27 issues to the National Security Council.

New legal bodies to be registered digitally

The government discussed the revised version of the law on legal body registration and other related laws, and reached a decision to submit the laws to the Parliament.
The results of a 2012 survey of private entities showed that the registration of legal bodies should become easier and electronic registration should be conducted. The present legal environment of legal body registration requires 12 types of documents at eight stages, and a total of five days is spent to register a legal body. In 2008, a total of 45 thousand new legal bodies were registered, while in 2013 this figure was doubled. The registration organization is now registering around 220 new legal bodies a day.
If the registration of legal bodies, which is increasing year by year, is conducted electronically, the information exchange systems of state organizations will become paperless, prior records will be transferred to digital format on a large scale, and many fruitful outcomes, such as the E-Fund of legal body registration, will be formed.
With the adoption of the law, registration will be completed within two to three days, and all the document collecting processes will be consolidated in one stage. Certificates of registration will also be sent in electronic format.

Civil aviation state policy through 2020 approved

The government approved the civil aviation action plans of the government through 2020.
According to the policy plans, a total of 28 actions towards 19 goals will be implemented in compliance with the rights and duties of implementing agencies. The actions include joining international treaties, conventions and protocols, creating new legal regulations, tax breaks for the sector, and the granting of related compensation, soft loans and financial aid.

Year of Mongolia-China cultural, arts and humanitarian exchange to be celebrated

Marking the 65th anniversary of Mongolia-China diplomatic relations, the year 2014 will be a year of Mongolia-China cultural, arts and humanitarian exchange, as decided by the government in its last meeting of 2013. Deputy Premier D.Terbishdagva will chair the event organizing committee.
During the official visit of Prime Minister N.Altankhuyag to China, the two countries agreed to observe the 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations in a wide range. The two countries intend to organize cultural days and friendly youth competitions, and will broadcast serial TV programs on the memories of many generations of ambassadors. Investment meetings will be held in Beijing and Liaoning Province, and a roundtable meeting of Mongol studies will take place.

Ministries and agencies prepare for 2014 projects

The government assigned duties to its ministries and agencies to make preparations for the new year’s projects and measures planned under the state budget.
The relevant drafts, feasibility studies and blueprints of investment projects must be completed by February 1, 2014, said the government.
Prior to the February deadline, the general budget managers of the capital and provinces must submit their project proposals to the Economic Development Ministry. Procurement and construction are to launch by April 1, 2014.

Government meeting in brief:

-A decision was made to submit draft amendments to the Parliament to the law on crimes and the law on criminal investigation and punishment. With the adoption of the amendments, illegal monetary assets discovered in bank and financial systems will be sealed and confiscated, and money laundering crimes will be prosecuted.
-The government decided to support the “Engineering Higher Education” project in the frames of the Mongolia-Japan intergovernmental middle-term cooperation program. The Minister of Education and Sciences will determine demands for degrees in engineering professions based on proposals from ministries, and make an agreement with the Japanese side on the project’s financing and phases. The government believes that this project will contribute to preparing skilled engineering and technical experts to construct a metro system in Ulaanbaatar and the international airport in Khoshigt Valley, Tov aimag.

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