Yesterday, (4th April), the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) held a conference. Although it had been scheduled for 14.00pm, it did not begin until 16.00 pm, because discussions by the board had proved lengthier than expected. Attendance at the conference was 60% of MPP members.
MPP Chairman M.Enkhbold opened the conference with a speech to the members. On the agenda were several issues – such as the action plan for the forthcoming parliamentary election and the procedure for selecting candidates. However, no final decision was reached on the important matter of the alliance between the MPP and the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRP).
Today, the MPRP conference is taking place. Some members of the MPP have noted that their decision regarding the MPP-MPRP alliance at their next conference will depend on the outcome of the MPRP’s debate today.
According to the General Electoral Law, the political parties must present their action plan to the Audit Commission, by 20th April.