Mongolian National Democratic Party (2005)

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Mongolian National Democratic Party (MNDP)
President Mendsaikhany Enkhsaikhan
Founded 2005
Headquarters Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Membership  (2012) 11 as part of Justice Coalition (with Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party)
State Great Khural
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Politics of Mongolia
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Not to be confused with Mongolian National Democratic Party established in 1992 and a co-founder of the Democratic Party. For that earlier party, refer to Mongolian National Democratic Party (1992-1999)

Mongolian National Democratic Party shortened in English as MNDP (in Mongolian Монгол Үндэсний Ардчилсан Нам, shortened as MYAH), is a Mongolian political party established in 2005. The party is headed by Mendsaikhany Enkhsaikhan (Mongolian: Мэндсайханы Энхсайхан), a former prime minister of Mongolia from July 7, 1996 to April 23, 1998.

The party formed a parliamentary coalition called Justice Coalition with the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, a party established in 2010.

The coalition ended up having 11 seats in the Mongolian Parliament State Great Khural during the 2012 parliamentary elections held on 28 June 2012. The Justice Coalition has formed a coalition government in Mongolia with the Democratic Party after the 2012 elections.

This party (MNDP/MYAH) should not be confused with the similarly-named Mongolian National Democratic Party that was established in 1992 and continued until 1999, when it became a co-founder of the ruling Mongol Democratic Party (in Mongolian Ардчилсан нам or Ardchilsan Nam).

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