Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (2010)

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Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party
Монгол Ардын Хувьсгалт Нам
Mongol Ardiin Khuvsgalt Nam
Chairman Nambaryn Enkhbayar
Founded 2010 (2010)
Split from Mongolian People's Party
Headquarters Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Youth wing Democracy – Justice
Membership  (2012) 80,000
Ideology Social democracy[citation needed]
Left-wing nationalism[citation needed]
Political position Centre-left to Left-wing
International affiliation Progressive Alliance
Colors Red
State Great Khural
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Politics of Mongolia
Political parties

The Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP; Mongolian: Монгол Ардын Хувьсгалт Нам, Mongol Ardyn Khuvsgalt Nam, МАХН, MAKHN) is a political party in Mongolia. The party was established in 2010 by Nambaryn Enkhbayar. The party received approval to use the old name of the Mongolian People's Party from the Supreme Court of Mongolia.[1] Enkhbayar became its current leader. Enkhbayar is a former chairman of the original MPRP, and former President of Mongolia.


The Mongolian People’s Party sets its mission as follows:

  1. Dismantle oligopolistic system
  2. More authority to the people
  3. Natural wealth owned by people
  4. Employment and property for each and every household
  5. Valued Mongolian and established youth

The MPRP believes that with the implementation of these integrated policies aimed at creating human-centered social welfare, pro-development economic growth and citizen-oriented public governance system, the nation and its people will achieve prosperity and progress.


The MPRP has 80,000 members (as of 2012), thus being the third largest political party in the country.

Non Governmental Organization

Senior's Union of MPRP Seniors take an important place in the party’s life with their active support, lively findings and comments, and contribution of their rich experience to the party’s programs and decision making. According to the article 28.1 of the Platform of MPRP, Senior’s Union was established by first congress on 3 December 2011. Currently Senior's Union has 40000 members in 9 districts and 21 provinces.

“Democracy – Justice”- Youth Union of MPRP Youth Union aims to contribute their effort to the development of the country and to honor sovereignty, freedom, justice, national unity, patriotism and national pride; promoting democracy and open society; enhancing involvement of every youth to the development of the country and society. “Democracy – Justice”- Youth Union has established on 18 December 2011 and has 20000 members today.

Women’s United Association of MPRP WUA has established on 9 December 2011, aims at promoting the role of women at a policy making level in both the political and social arenas and protecting their rights of political participation as well as social and economic security. Women’s United Association aims at promoting the role and increased representation of women at a policy making level, supporting women’s education and skills, and advocating women’s interests in government policies and strategies.

“Revolution of Justice” - Nation’s United Student's Association of MPRP Association has established on 6 May 2011 by the first congress. “Revolution of Justice” - Nation’s United Students Association aims to develop talent and education of students and also to open up social communication and political opportunities.


After parliamentary elections in 2012, the MPRP, which ran in the elections as the Justice Coalition with Mongolian National Democratic Party (2005), became a part of a coalition government with the Democratic Party.


  1. "Former MPRP is reborn and former President named chairman". 2 February 2011. Retrieved 30 June 2013.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

External links

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See also