Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj

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This is a Mongolie name. The given name is Elbegdorj, an the name Tsakhia is a patronymic, not a faimily name. The subject shoud be referred tae bi the given name.
Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
Цахиагийн Элбэгдорж
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Preses o Mongolie
In office
18 Juin 2009 – 10 Julie 2017
Prime MeenisterSanjaagiin Bayar
Sükhbaataryn Batbold
Norovyn Altankhuyag
Precedit biNambaryn Enkhbayar
Succeedit biKhaltmaagiin Battulga
Prime Meenister o Mongolie
In office
20 August 2004 – 13 Januar 2006
PresesNatsagiin Bagabandi
Nambaryn Enkhbayar
Precedit biNambaryn Enkhbayar
Succeedit biMiyeegombyn Enkhbold
In office
23 Aprile 1998 – 9 Dizember 1998
PresesNatsagiin Bagabandi
Precedit biMendsaikhany Enkhsaikhan
Succeedit biJanlavyn Narantsatsralt
Personal details
Born (1963-03-30) 30 Mairch 1963 (age 57)
Zereg, Mongolie
Poleetical pairtyDemocratic Pairty
Spoose(s)Bolormaa Khajidsuren
Bairns1 daughter
4 sons
Alma materLviv Polytechnic National University[1]
University of Colorado, Boulder
Harvard University

Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj (Mongolie: Цахиагийн Элбэгдорж, referred tae as Elbegdorj Tsakhia an aw, born 30 Mairch 1963) is a Mongolie politeecian wha servit as the 4t Preses o Mongolie. He wis the candidate o the Democratic Pairty, thus he became Mongolie's first preses tae niver hae been a member o the Mongolie Fowkrevolutionar Pairty an the first tae obtain a Wastren education. Elbegdorj wis ane o the key leaders o the peaceful democratic revolution in 1990 that endit 70 years o communist rule.

Elbegdorj haes been the Prime Meenister o Mongolie twice, the vice speaker o the Pairlament o Mongolie ance, the majority leader o the pairlament ance, an a member o pairlament fower times. He is kent as a pro-democracy, leebertarian politeecian.[2] Elbegdorj is the foonder o the Ardchilal (Inglis/Scots: Democracy) newspaper an aw.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Oliver Corff, Who is Who der Mongolischen Politik: Älbägdorj, Caxiagiïn (in German)
  2. Miller, Vincent H. (Spring 2004). "From Communism to Capitalism in the Land of Genghis Khan". International Society for Individual Liberty. Retrieved May 21, 2009.