by L. Sumati If nothing else, at least the year 2000 provided substantial political entertainment for Mongolians. Billions of tugriks were spent on campaigning, and thousands of people were engaged in parliamentary and local elections. After the election’s devastating results, it became a probation year for many Mongolian politicians. The outcomes of the elections were […]

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