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Sükhbaataryn Batbold

Sükhbaataryn Batbold
Сүхбаатарын Батболд
Prime Minister of Mongolia
In office
29 October 2009 – 10 August 2012
President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
Deputy Norovyn Altankhuyag
Preceded by Sanjaagiin Bayar
Succeeded by Norovyn Altankhuyag
General Secretary of the Mongolian People's Party
In office
8 April 2009 – 25 July 2012
Preceded by Sanjaagiin Bayar
Succeeded by Olziisaikhan Enkhtuvshin
Personal details
Born (1963-06-24) 24 June 1963
Choibalsan, Mongolia [1]
Political party Mongolian People's Party
Alma mater Moscow State Institute of International Relations
London Business School
Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Website Official website

Sükhbaataryn Batbold (Mongolian: Сүхбаатарын Батболд, born June 24, 1963) is a Mongolian politician who was Prime Minister of Mongolia from 2009 to 2012, as well as General Secretary of the Mongolian People's Party.[2] He was previously Minister of Foreign Affairs in the government of his predecessor, Sanjaagiin Bayar.

Contents

  • Personal life and education 1
  • Political career 2
    • Leader of Mongolian People's Party 2.1
  • Notes 3

Personal life and education

Batbold attended the 14th high school in Ulaanbaatar. Afterwards he studied in Russia at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations between 1980 and 1986. Batbold also studied at the London Business School in 1991, and the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Moscow in 2002.[3]

Batbold previously held an executive position at Mongol Impex Cooperative. He also headed Altai Trading Co. Ltd., which among others owns the Chinggis Khaan Hotel and the Skytel cellular operator from 1992 to 2000.[4] He is rumored to be one of the richest Mongolian politicians due to his wide range of ownerships of different companies.

Political career

Batbold was elected twice as a Member of Parliament and was the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs during 2000–2004 and Cabinet Minister of Trade and Industry between 2004 and 2006.[3] In addition, he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2008 until his nomination to prime minister-ship in 2009.

During his tenure as the Minister of Foreign Affairs, he hosted

Party political offices
Preceded by
Sanjaagiin Bayar
General Secretary of the Mongolian People's Party
2009–2012
Succeeded by
Olziisaikhan Enkhtuvshin
Political offices
Preceded by
Sanjaagiin Bayar
Prime Minister of Mongolia
2009–2012
Succeeded by
Norovyn Altankhuyag
  1. ^ "Batbold, Sükhbaataryn", in Historical Dictionary of Mongolia, Alan J. K. Sanders, ed. (Scarecrow Press, 2010) p93
  2. ^ AFP: Mongolia approves new PM Batbold. AFP via Google.com (2009-10-29). Retrieved on 2012-06-29.
  3. ^ a b The Minister for External Relations, S.Batbold's Resume | Mongolia Business and Mongolian Daily Business News. Business-mongolia.com. Retrieved on 2012-06-29.
  4. ^ Namjilsangarav, Ganbat. "The Associated Press: Mongolia ruling party nominates new prime minister".  
  5. ^ "ACTIVITIES OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL IN MONGOLIA, 26–28 JULY".  
  6. ^ "Chinese vice premier meets Mongolian FM".  
  7. ^ PM S. Batbold elected as the Leader of Mongolian People's Party | Mongolia Business and Mongolian Daily Business News. Business-mongolia.com (2010-11-06). Retrieved on 2012-06-29.

Notes

Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRP), a ruling party, restored its original name of Mongolian People’s Party, right before its party leader’s election. Three candidates, Speaker Demberel, MP Enkhtuvshin and PM S. Batbold, were proposed for the Leadership, but Speaker Demberel took his name off from candidate list. The voting continued until 4:30 am and with majority votes of 85% (675 votes from 788 voters), PM S. Batbold elected as the General secretary of Mongolian People’s Party (MPP). MPP also changed its ideology into “third way”, which allows active involvement of state in the nation’s wealth distribution through public and private partnership. Therefore, business community should expect such measures and arrangements in the Government action in next two years.[7]

Leader of Mongolian People's Party

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