The first ever free and democratic multi-party election in Mongolia was conducted in July 1990 reforming the People's Great Hural.
The first ever free and democratic multi-party election in Mongolia was conducted in July 1990 reforming the People's Great Hural. The People's Great Hural ratified a law on “Changes to the amendments on the Constitutions of the Mongolian People’s Republic” that resulted to form the State Baga Hural, which was the highest governing and permanent body of the state to set up a law, monitor and organize. Accordingly, the first session of the State Baga Hural held on September 13th of 1990 inaugurating the permanent functioning parliament by forming a new system of state institution that has been lasting 30 years so far.
Parliament is the body of trustees representing the people, who have the power to represent themselves, and the supreme legislative body under the public control. The English word “parliament” meaning evolved over time, originally referring to any discussion, conversation, or negotiation, and is a high-level legislative body.
the history of Mongolia's parliamentary development is comparatively short, but
has been succeeded much in setting the legislative foundation to nurture a new
democratic society in the country.