Slow progress marked 2002 in Mongolia, where there were no dramatic leaps forward but also no major missteps. With its public approval dropping for the first time since it swept the 2000 parliamentary elections, the ruling MAKhN party was put on notice that it shouldn’t get too comfortable in power.

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