President Natsagiin Bagabandi won a second term in office in mid-year, cementing the electoral success enjoyed in 2000 by his former Communist party. However, the government ended the year with few successes to its name by L. Sumati Mongolians entered the year once again having to stoically endure the regular natural disaster–the savage winter weather […]

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