Radnaasümbereliin Gonchigdorj

Radnaasümbereliin Gonchigdorj (Mongolian: Раднаасүмбэрэлийн Гончигдорж; born 1953) is Mongolian politician from the Mongolian Social Democratic Party and he has served twice as the Chairman of the legislature of Mongolia from 1990 to 1992 and from 1996 to 2000.[1][2]

Radnaasumberel Gonchigdorj
Раднаасүмбэрэл Гончигдорж
Mongolia Vice President of Mongolian People's Republic
In office
September 1990 – July 1992
PresidentPunsalmaagiin Ochirbat
Preceded byPosition created
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Mongolia Chairman of the State Great Hural
In office
July 1996 – July 2000
Preceded byNatsag Bagabandi
Succeeded byLhamsürem Enebish
Mongolia Chairman of the Mongolian Social Democratic Party
In office
1994–2000
Succeeded byGanbaatar
Mongolia Chairman of the Democratic Party
In office
2004–2006
Succeeded byTsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
Mongolia Vice Chairman of the State Great Hural
In office
10 May 2013 – 5 June 2016
Preceded byGavaa Batkhuu
Succeeded byTsendiin Nyamdorj
Mongolia Member of the State Great Hural
In office
1992 – 5 June 2016
Mongolia Chairman of Little Khural
In office
September 1990 – July 1992
Preceded byLittle Hural created
Succeeded byLittle Khural abolished
Personal details
Born1953
Tsakhir, Arkhangai Province
Political partyDemocratic Party (Mongolia)

Born in Tsakhir, Arkhangai Province, he attended a school in Tariat,[3] and matriculated at National University of Mongolia and earned science degree from Novosibirsk University of former Soviet Union. He worked university lecturer for 13 years. Between 1988 and 1990 he was director in a Mathematical Institute of Science Academy of Mongolia. Between September 1990 and July 1992 he was elected as the Chairman of the State Little Khural, and also served as the Vice President of Mongolian People's Republic.[4] The new constitution abolished the office of Vice President in 1992. He is the academician of Mongolian Science Academy and received honorary doctorate degree from Korean Incheon National University and National Academy of Governance of Mongolia.

He served as the Chairman of the State Great Khural from July 1996 to July 2000.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Nizam U. Ahmed and Philip Norton. Parliaments of Asia. p. 156
  2. ^ "УБХ, УИХ-ын дарга нарын хөрөг зураг - Мэдээллийн дэлгэрэнгүй - Parliament". www.parliament.mn.
  3. ^ "Mongol Ulsyn Ikh Khural, 1996-2000". Montsame. p. 18.
  4. ^ "MONGOLIA-CHINA RELATIONS". Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  5. ^ Pang, Guek-Cheng (2010). Mongolia. Cultures of the World. 18. Marshall Cavendish. p. 34. ISBN 978-0-7614-4849-5. Retrieved 18 November 2010.