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Mongolia Opposition Briefly Takes Over State TV

Mongolia’s opposition, angry about being denied air time during disputed elections, took over state television briefly on Thursday and demanded on air that the election results be recognized. After the broadcast was over, democratic leaders came out of the building and urged the hundreds of supporters, demonstrating peacefully outside, to go home, a witness said. The crowd dispersed without incident. The ruling Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRP) and the Motherland Democratic Coalition (MDC) were neck and neck in Sunday’s election with 36 seats each, according to preliminary results, but the coalition claimed victory with the support of three independents.Full Story

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