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  Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The MPRP was the ruling party of the People's Republic of Mongolia from 1921 until 1996 (with no other political parties allowed until 1990) and from 2000 until 2004.
Mayor of Ulaanbaatar City (1998-2005) and MPRP chairman Miyeegombo Enkhbold became the prime minister on January 25, 2006 after overthrowing Elbegdorj's government which was fighting against corruption.
MPRP established a government named as "Government of National Unity" stealing the name of Nelson Mandela's government which was established in 1994 after apartheid to unite fls and whites in South Africa.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mongolian_People's_Revolutionary_Party   (1004 words)

  
 Miyeegombo Enkhbold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MPRP appointed Enkhbold as a Deputy Governor of the Chingeltei District of Ulaanbaatar from 1992 to 1996, and as Chairman of the Presidium of the Chingeltei Districts Khural of Citizens Representatives from 1996 to 1997.
The MPRP appointed him as the chairman of the MPRP's Council in Ulaanbaatar from 1997 to 2005.
Enkhbold was elected to the parliament in 2005 after MPRP made an agreement with Democratic Party that MP Candidate from Democratic Party Tsakhiagiyn Elbegdorj who was the landslide winner in several polls over Enkhbold to withdraw from the elections at the 65th Constituency in return MPRP would not touch Elbegdorj's Government.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Miyeegombo_Enkhbold   (925 words)

  
 Politics of Mongolia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the face of extended street protests in subzero weather and popular demands for faster reform, the politburo of the MPRP resigned in March 1990.
From 2000 to 2004 MPRP was back in power, but results of the 2004 elections required the establishing of the first ever coalition government in Mongolia between the MPRP and MDC (Motherland Democratic Coalition).
Chairman of MPRP Miyeegombo Enkhbold became the new prime minister on January 26th.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Politics_of_Mongolia   (1377 words)

  
 Parliamentary Election Mongolia 2004 - Special Report
The MPRP nominated 76 candidates, that is one in each of the 76 constituencies, and ran a highly focused campaign targeting the younger groups of voters.
The MPRP continued to command around 50 percent of the vote, while the MDC was credited with between 32 percent and 36 percent.
The MPRP won 49 percent of the vote, down around 8 percentage points on the last election; the parties of the MDC gained 7 percentage points, winning 44 percent of the vote.
www.eastasia.at /vol3_2/article01.htm   (3657 words)

  
 Modern Mongolia: CHAPTER ONE
Government House, where the Khural, or parliament, meets and in which government and MPRP leaders have offices, is situated behind the second structure, a mausoleum in which repose the remains of Sükhbaatar and his successor, Choibalsan, often referred to as Mongolia’s Stalin.
Soviet influence was certainly dominant in Mongolia, and the MPRP and the authoritarian Mongolian government often unhesitatingly enforced policies devised in the USSR.
In part, their failure was due to the limited time they had had to organize in opposition to the MPRP and the government; a focus on the cities and towns was more effective and efficient than to spread out over the vast territory of Mongolia to reach the herders.
www.ucpress.edu /books/pages/10360/10360.ch01.html   (10810 words)

  
 mongolia.neweurasia.net » Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party Releases Statement
The MPRP considers that attempts to quit the Government–the top state ruling institution–on the base of illegal reasons create these disorders in the society and are not in concord with the fundamental interests of the Mongolian nation.
The MPRP is willing to cooperate with the civil movements and NGOs to implement their proposals and initiatives focusing on proper exploitation of the biggest minerals deposits and on the elimination of corruption and bureaucracy.
The MPRP strictly adheres to the principles to form the system which makes the officials, connected to the corruption, bear all legal responsibilities and according to which a justice is greatly respected.
mongolia.neweurasia.net /?p=118   (623 words)

  
 MPRP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
mprp can be used to find malloc/realloc memory leaks and memory allocation statistics and patterns - it does not find memory corruption errors.
mprp keeps track of the entire call chain leading up to a memory alloc/free request, making it much easier to find memory allocation problems.
mprp post-processes the raw addresses in the trace file to create traces that include the symbolic call chain leading up the malloc call.
gregorio.stanford.edu /holbrook/mprp   (170 words)

  
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If you invoke mprp without options "-f -l", then the granularity is per function; if you invoke mprp with options "-f -l" then the granularity is per function and per line.
In this case, mprp tries to right justify the call chains to line up in column 80 (the histogram is easier to visualize by separating it from the call chain).
To examine memory allocation requests grouped by size: % mprp -s a.out mprp - it's actually part of the GNU malloc library that mprp uses.
www-dsg.stanford.edu /holbrook/mprp/mprp.doc   (2177 words)

  
 BREITBART.COM - Political crisis deepens in Mongolia
The move by the MPRP is a bid to regain total control of the government, Oyun and political observers said.
Elbegdorj, speaking to AFP inside parliament during a brief recess from the debate, criticised the MPRP for its actions and defended his government's record against his opponents' allegations of economic mismanagement.
The MPRP enjoyed nearly 70 years of single party rule when Mongolia was a Soviet satellite, and has maintained a large degree of dominance since democracy was introduced in the early 1990s.
www.breitbart.com /?id=060113132021.7o2rmgkx&show_article=1&cat=world   (697 words)

  
 www.mineweb.net | sections | whats new Mongolia's Government Woes may Help Mining   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In a news conference Thursday, Enkhbold said a slowdown of economic growth and increasing inflation caused the MPRP to leave the coalition government.
The MPRP is expected to form a new government.
MPRP head Nambarum Enkhbayar is the President of Mongolia.
www.mineweb.net /sections/whats_new/793272.htm   (669 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Mongolia crisis sparks protests   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
MPRP member and former Foreign Minister, Moenkh-Orgil, said his party aimed to have a new prime minister nominated by Friday and a Cabinet formed by the end of next week.
The MPRP cited slow economic growth, inflation and corruption when it withdrew support from the government.
But the Democratic Party accused the MPRP of resigning because the party's alleged corruption was about to be discussed by parliament.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/asia-pacific/4616050.stm   (406 words)

  
 Stumble on the Steppes
The MPRP is still a disciplined Leninist party distrustful of a free media.
The MPRP were reduced to 37 seats from 72, leaving the 76-member parliament evenly divided between the two sides.
The MPRP promptly withdrew from the coalition government, citing popular discontent over slowing economic growth and rising inflation as its excuse, and successfully engineered a vote of no confidence.
www.heritage.org /Press/Commentary/ed012106b.cfm   (1102 words)

  
 Protests in Mongolia at Registan.net
What people appear to be upset about is that the resignation of the MPRP ministers seems to be the first step in an attempt to remove the current prime minister and replace him with one of their own members.
I.E., all the MPRP has to do is get one more defector, or build a “coalition” with one member of parliament to gain the legal advantage to form a new government on its own.
Thus, when the MPRP members of the cabinet resigned, it effectively forced Elbegdorj out, who, frankly, was not able to be effective leading a 50/50 split in the cabinet anyway.
www.registan.net /?p=6166   (1191 words)

  
 WSVN-TV - Mongolian party agrees to rethink government pull out after protesters storm headquarters
The protesters accused the MPRP, which ruled this former Soviet satellite until the end of communism in 1990, of trying to seize power by usurping the 15-month-old government and demanded it reverse its decision by Monday afternoon.
The MPRP pulled out of the government Wednesday and demanded the resignation of the prime minister, accusing the leadership of failing to fight corruption and worsening poverty in the U.S.-allied nation of 2.5 million people.
The Motherland Democracy Coalition is led by Prime Minister Tsakhilganiin Elbegdorj, a Harvard-educated former journalist and dissident.
www1.wsvn.com /news/articles/world/MI14054   (617 words)

  
 Mongolia
In the 2004 elections, however, the MPRP was dealt a stunning blow, reducing its number of seats in Parliament from 72 to 36 and forcing to share power with the Democratic Party.
MPRP launched a comeback in May 2005, when its candidate Nambariin Enkhbayar, a former prime minister, was elected president.
In January 2006, Parliament voted to dissolve the government after the MPRP withdrew from the governing coalition, citing poor economic growth, corruption, and inflation.
www.factmonster.com /ipka/A0107796.html   (887 words)

  
 RIA Novosti - World - Mongolian opposition seizes leading party's headquarters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
MPRP members had occupied 10 of the seats in the government's 18-strong cabinet.
The MPRP members said they had withdrawn because they could no longer work with the Democratic Party, of which Tsakhia Elbegdorj, Mongolia's prime minister, is a member.
The MPRP, which was formerly the country's communist party and which has formed most of Mongolia's governments since the move to democracy in 1990, holds 50% of the seats in the Great State Hural, the country's parliament.
en.rian.ru /world/20060112/42974913.html   (357 words)

  
 Mail & Guardian Online:
But with the MPRP holding 38 of the 76 seats in Parliament and confident of gaining the support of at least one minority party member, the ratification of the resignations and Elbegdorj's downfall appeared all but certain.
The MPRP said Elbegdorj's economic mismanagement was a key factor in its decision to withdraw from the government, while also alleging cronyism.
An MPRP spokesperson, who declined to be named, said the organisaton's headquarters had been badly damaged in the unrest.
mg.co.za /articlePage.aspx?articleid=261129&area=/breaking_news/...   (701 words)

  
 EurasiaNet Eurasia Insight - Mongolia’s MPRP Prepares For A Return To Power
The MPRP was reduced to the status of main opposition, with 25 representatives in the legislature.
The MPRP leadership spent their years out of power reorganizing the party’s power base, taking advantage of the fact that approximately two-thirds of all the local officials elected in municipal elections in 1996 were MPRP members.
The MPRP leadership worked hard to distance the party from its communist heritage, while at the same time reminding voters of some positive advances made during the communist era.
www.eurasianet.org /departments/insight/articles/eav071400.shtml   (842 words)

  
 ABC News: Mongolian Parliament Dissolves Government   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Parliament was to meet Thursday to consider the MPRP's withdrawal, which would leave the government without the minimum number of seats required to stay in power.
The party's announcement Wednesday that it was leaving the coalition prompted protests by MPRP opponents who accused the party of trying to seize power.
MPRP supporters staged their own demonstration in support of the party, demanding that Elbegdorj resign.
abcnews.go.com /International/wireStory?id=1504854   (249 words)

  
 IRI : Around The Globe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
With little experience at campaign politics, the newly formed democratic parties were soundly defeated by the MPRP in the 1992 parliamentary elections.
Following the election, the MPRP and MDC set up a "Grand Coalition" government, with the leadership positions in the SGH and government divided evenly.
The Prime Minister was from the MDC and the Speaker is from MPRP.
www.iri.org /countries.asp?id=4473876011   (1461 words)

  
 thomasterry.com - MONGOLIAN GOVERNMENT IN DISARRAY
The MPRP has delcared that all previous agreements for power-sharing are now off, and they have the necessary seats in parliament to form a new government on their own.
While many people have voiced some support for the MPRP's move to solidify power and their stated purpose to organize the government more effectively, others are protesting what they see as the MPRP's move to push opposition parties from power, or positions of influence.
MPRP officials have become so nervous over this development that they called a meeting with the protest leaders and the parties agreed not to stage any public protests until the MPRP officially responds to their demands at noon tomorrow.
terrycom.net /blog/article.php?story=20060112060951804   (1507 words)

  
 Mongolia Web News - MPRP Makes Statement on Protests   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The MPRP considers that attempts to quit the Government--the top state ruling institution--on the base of illegal reasons originate the disorder in the society and are not in concord with the fundamental interests of the Mongolian nation.
The MPRP combats invariably for the sake of the Mongolian people and will be strictly carrying out activities towards providing an economic growth and reducing a poverty and unemployment.
The MPRP appeals to political parties and civil movements to solve the issues related to the national interests of Mongolia under the related laws by ways of holding open negotiations with the authorities
www.mongolia-web.com /content/view/398/2   (290 words)

  
 mprp - Home
On the last MPRP Conference, the members adopted the rule on “Composing, electing and nominating of human resource of MPRP and its accountability”.
According to new rules of human resources of MPRP, an individual who is a member of party has rights to be proposed even he or she may propose himself or herself in the meetings of Party Primary Organization (PPO).
The last nomination of candidates for Parliamentary election shall be discussed by the MPRP Conference meeting on the basis of the membership ballot result of the City’s MPRP Committee and Province’s MPRP Committee.
www.mprp.mn /english   (351 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | World | Asia-Pacific | Country profiles | Timeline: Mongolia
Elections to the Great Hural (parliament) are won by the MPRP, but 19 of the 50 seats in a new standing legislature go to non-communists.
In the first democratic elections the MPRP wins 71 of the 76 seats in the new single-chamber Great Hural.
Parliament chooses MPRP's Miyeegombo Enkhbold as the new PM.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/world/asia-pacific/country_profiles/1235612.stm   (861 words)

  
 Mongolian Matters - News from Mongolia: Mongolian party building occupied
While some international press speak of opposition and ruling party, but it is actually two parties of the same coaltion that are in conflict.
From the outside, it looks as if the MPRP's move is not really justified - not because the other ministers are better, less corrupt or more qualified, rather because there is no real difference.
Therefore all the MPRP seems to achieve (apart from party or personal interests) is to create instability.
mongolianmatters.com /2006/01/mongolian-party-building-occupied.html   (306 words)

  
 Mongolian Govt in crisis after mass resignations. 12/01/2006. ABC News Online
There are 18 ministers in the coalition government, a product of an uneasy alliance forged after national elections in 2004 between the MPRP - the former communists - and Prime Minister Tsakhia Elbegdorj's Democratic Party.
The diplomat says it is up to President Nambar Enkhbayar, the head of the MPRP, to accept the resignations.
Others in Ulan Bator, including Bolormaa Luntan, the deputy editor of the independent Onoodor news agency, confirmed the 10 MPRP members had resigned.
www.abc.net.au /news/newsitems/200601/s1545958.htm   (399 words)

  
 Mongolian party to nominate new PM after collapse of coalition
More than 1,000 protesters stormed the MPRP headquarters on Thursday after 10 of the party's members plunged the country into crisis by announcing their plan to resign from the coalition government.
The MPRP spokesman said 39 members approved the resignation of the cabinet members, forcing the formation of a new government.
Mongolia was led by the communist predecessors of the MPRP as a one-party Soviet satellite state from 1921 until economic and political reforms began in the 1990s.
news.monstersandcritics.com /asiapacific/article_1076017.php/...   (617 words)

  
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The new MPRP government under Prime Minister Enkhbayar therefore faces tough times: The economy is shaky, the social welfare system has collapsed, and drought wreaked havoc on livestock herding—a major source of livelihood.
Nor is the MPRP headed back to communist state planning and totalitarianism.
The MPRP is unlikely to make the difficult reforms necessary to attract more foreign investment.
www.pacom.mil /publications/apeu02/16Mongolia9.doc   (776 words)

  
 The EU's relations with Mongolia - Overview
After protracted negotiations between the MDC and the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRP – former communist party which formed most of the governments since 1990) a grand coalition government was finally constituted in September 2004.
However, in January 2006 the MPRP ministers stepped down from their functions and a new ‘government of national unity’ under Prime Minister Enkhbold (MPRP) was formed.
This latest change of government was followed by repeated demonstrations in the streets of Ulaanbaatar, reflecting wide-spread dissatisfaction among the electorate.
ec.europa.eu /comm/external_relations/mongolia/intro/index.htm   (2037 words)

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