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Revote will be in two district of Ulaanbaatar
July 1, 2012

The General Election Commission announced on June 30 revote for parliamentary election will held in two district in Ulaanbaatar-Bayanzurkh and Songinokhairkhan.

Candidates who won seats in the Bayanzurkh and Songinokhairkhan districts did not reach the minimum 28 percent required by Election law, General Election Commission head N.Luvsanjav told reporters on Saturday. Each district will decide when and how to conduct a rerun, he said, without saying how it would affect the overall results, which are compiled on the basis of a mixed proportional representation system.

Mongolians voted to directly elect 48 lawmaker and cast ballots for a political party, with their votes then used to allocate 28 more seats in parliament under a system of proportional representation. In districts 22 and 26, a revote is needed for the third candidate in both districts because of a failure to reach 28 percent.

According to the General Election Commission statement Democratic Party is leading the vote.

The results are preliminary until each election district approves them, Luvsanjav said. As they stand at the moment, the Democrats won 22 seats and the MPP took 19 of the 48 being contested in the direct elections.

The Justice Coalition, which includes Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party, headed by former President Nambaryn Enkhbayar and Mongolian National Democratic Party won four seats and the last three went to independents.

In the contest for the 28 seats to be distributed in proportion to the party vote, the election commission said the Democrats led with 35.3 percent, without stating how many seats that would earn the party.

Ruling Mongolian People’s Party, headed by Prime Minister Sukhbaatar Batbold took 31.3 percent of the vote, the Justice Coalition 22.3 percent, and the Civil Will Green Party 5.5 percent, according to the commission.

No

Constituency

Mandat

Name

1

Arkhangai

2

N.Batbayar /DP/
B
.Bolor /DP/

2

Bayan-Ulgii

2

A.Bakei /DP/
A.Tleikhan /MPP/

3

Bayankhongor

2

Kh.Battulga /DP/
D.Ganbat /DP/

4

Bulgan

1

Yo.Otgonbayar /MPP/

5

Govi-Altai

1

Ts.Dashdorj /MPP/

6

Dornogovi and Gobisumber

 1

J.Batsuuri /MPP/

7

Dornod

2

N.Nomtoibayar /MPP/
Kh.Bolorchuluun /Independent candidate/

8

Dundgobi

1

B.Narankhuu /DP/

9

Zavkhan

2

Ya.Sanjmyatav /DP/
D.Oyunkhorol /MPP/

10

Uvurkhangai

2

S.Chinzorig /MPP/
N.Tumurkhuu /MPP/

11

Umnugobi

1

D.Bat-Erdene /DP/

12

Sukhbaatar

1

M.Zorigt /DP/

13

Selenge

2

S.Bayartsogt /DP/
J.Erdenebat /MPP/

14

Tuv

2

M.Enkhbold /MPP/
Su.Batbold /MPP/

15

Uvs

2

Ch.Khurelbaatar /MPP/
B.Choijilsuren /MPP/

16

Khovd

2

S.Byambatsogt /MPP/
D.Battsogt /MPRP-MNDP coalition/

17

Khuvsgul

2

L.Enkh-Amgalan /MPP/
Ts.Davaasuren / Independent candidate /

18

Khentii

2

B.Bat-Erdene /MPP/
B.Garamgaibaatar /DP/

19

Darkhan-Uul

2

S.Ganbaatar / Independent candidate /
D.Khayankhyarvaa /MPP/

20

Orkhon

2

O.Sodbileg /MPP/
L.Tsog / MPRP-MNDP coalition /

21

Khan-Uul, Bagakhangai, Baganuur District

2

L.Bold /DP/
Ts.Oyungerel /DP/

22

Bayanzurkh, Nalaikh Distruct

3

J.Batzandan /DP/
D.Gankhuyag /DP/
Revote

23

Sukhbaatar District

2

L.Gantumur /DP/
R.Amargargal /DP/

24

Bayangol District

2

S.Odontuya /DP/
S.Erdene /DP/

25

Songinokhairkhan District

3

D.Terbishdagva / MPRP-MNDP coalition/ L.Erdenechimeg /DP/
Revote

26

Chingeltei District

2

G.Uyanga / MPRP-MNDP coalition/

G.Bayarsaikhan /DP/

 

 

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