Tsendiin Nyamdorj

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Tsendiin Nyamdorj
Цэндийн Нямдорж
Minister of Justice and Internal Affairs
In office
4 October 2017 8 July 2020
President Khaltmaagiin Battulga
Preceded by Sandag Byambatsogt
Succeeded by Khishigeegiin Nyambaatar
In office
2008–2012
President Nambaryn Enkhbayar
Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
Preceded by Tsend Munkh-Orgil
Succeeded by Khishigdemberel Temuujin
(Minister of Justice)
In office
2001–2005
President Natsagiin Bagabandi
Preceded byDash Ganbold
Succeeded byBatbold Sandui
Chairman of the State Great Khural
In office
July 2005 June 2007
Preceded by Nambar Enkhbayar
Succeeded by Danzangiin Lundeejantsan
Personal details
Born (1956-08-10) August 10, 1956 (age 64)
Mongolian People's Republic
Nationality Mongolian
Political party Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party

Tsendiin Nyamdorj (Mongolian : Цэндийн Нямдорж; 1956) is a Mongolian politician. He is the current Minister of Justice and the Internal Affairs and currently serving as the Speaker (Chairman) of the State Great Khural (parliament) from July 2005 to June 2007. [1] Nyamdorj is a member of the Dörvöd tribe. [2]

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Life

Nyamdorj was born 1956 in the Malchin sum of Uvs Aimag (province). He studied law in Leningrad and made his degree in 1981. After that he worked as an attorney general. From 1988 he worked for the council of ministers. Between 1990 and 1992 he was deputy minister of justice. Since 1992 he is a member of Parliament for the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP), representing constituency #39 in the Uvs Aimag.

From 2000 to 2004 he served as Minister of Justice and the Interior. [3]

In 2005 he succeeded Nambar Enkhbayar as the Chairman of the State Great Khural. In April 2007, the constitutional court decided that Nyamdorj had violated the constitution by unilaterally changing the text of several laws from the version approved by parliament. The DP fraction demanded that Nyamdorj resign, but the MPRP dominating the parliament tried to help him to keep his position as chairman. [4] He resigned on June 12, 2007. [5]

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References

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