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Mongolia

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State Great Hural

About parliament

Basic information such as the official name of parliament and details of its structure and leadership. Also includes the current breakdown of MPs by sex and age, and provisions for quotas and reserved seats.

Parliament name
Ulsiin Ih Hural (State Great Hural)
Chamber name
Ulsiin Ih Hural (State Great Hural)
Parliamentary term (years)
4

IPU membership

Affiliation periods
from 1962-01
IPU Geopolitical Group/s IPU Geopolitical Groups: African Group, Arab Group, Asia-Pacific Group, Eurasia Group, Group of Latin America and the Caribbean (GRULAC), Twelve Plus Group.
Asia-Pacific Group

Speaker

Official title The Speaker may for example be known as the Presiding Officer, President, Chairman/Chairperson, etc.
Chairman of the State Great Hural
Speaker
Gombojav Zandanshatar (Male)
Year of birth
1970
Term
01.02.2019
Additional information
Elected on 1 Feb. 2019.
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Secretary General

Official title This post is most commonly called Secretary General or Clerk. It may also be called Secretary, Head/Chief of the Secretariat, Director General, etc.
Secretary General
Secretary general
Tsedev Tsolmon (Male)

Members

Statutory number of members Statutory number of members, as defined in the constitution or other fundamental law.
Principal mode of designation of members
Directly elected members Directly elected by citizens.
76
Current number of members Number of members who currently hold seats in parliament. May be lower or higher than the statutory number of members.
76
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Women The number of female parliamentarians who currently hold seats in parliament.
13
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Percentage of women Calculated by dividing the current number of women by the current number of members.
17.11% See historical data for this field.
Statutory number of members per country As defined in the constitution or other fundamental laws. Combines the number of parliamentarians in both chambers in bicameral parliaments.
Population (in thousands) Source: United Nations, World Population Prospects.
2,977
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Inhabitants per parliamentarian Calculated by dividing the population by the statutory number of parliamentarians.
39,171 See historical data for this field.

Age

Average age of all members
Not available
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Youngest member (years) Age at the time of the last election or renewal.
Youngest member
Sodlbileg Otgonbileg (Male)
Oldest member (years) Age at the time of the last election or renewal.
72
Oldest member
Demberel Damdin (Male)
Number of members, by age
Breakdown of members by age and gender
18 - 20 21 - 30 31 - 40 41 - 45 46 - 50 51 - 60 61 - 70 71 - 80 81 - 90 91 and over Totals per gender
Totals per age interval 0 0 11 11 17 33 4 1 0 0
Total <= 45: 22 Total >= 46: 55
Male 0 0 9 10 13 29 4 1 0 0 66
Female 0 0 2 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 11
Percentage of members, by age
Age as last election or renewalOverallMaleFemale
Percentage of MPs 30 years of age or younger0%0%0%
Percentage of MPs 40 years of age or younger14.29%11.69%2.6%
Percentage of MPs 45 years of age or younger28.57%24.68%3.9%
Members for whom data is available
77

Reserved seats and quotas

There are reserved seats in parliament for certain groups Reserved seats are a means to ensure the parliamentary representation of certain groups in society.
Electoral quota for women Quotas to promote the representation of women in parliament.
Notes
Legislated candidate quotas. At least 20 % of candidates on lists presented by political parties for both types of contests (majority and proportional) shall be women
Electoral quota for youth Quotas to promote the representation of youth in parliament.