Aug 1, 2013
Former Mongolian President Pardoned After 2012 Graft Conviction
Former Mongolian president Nambaryn Enkhbayar, found guilty in August 2012 of graft and sentenced to four years in prison, was pardoned by the man who unseated him in a 2009 election.
The Charlotte Observer
Mongolian leader re-elected on anti-graft agenda
Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's Presidential candidate and current Health Minister Udval Natsag, center, waits in line to cast her vote at secondary school no.6 of the Sukhbaatar district in Ulan Bator, Mongolia Wednesday, June 26, 2013.
Voice of America
Mongolians Decide Fate of Mineral Wealth in Presidential Election
Mongolians head to the polls Wednesday to elect a new president, with all three candidates promising to use the country's massive mineral wealth to help its still poor population.