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Luvsannamsrain Oyun-Erdene

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Luvsannamsrain Oyun-Erdene (29 June 1980) is the Prime Minister of Mongolia. He was elected in 2021.

He was educated at Harvard. He worked for World Vision International for more than six years. He was elected as a Member of Parliament for Khentii in 2016 and led demonstrations against corruption.[1]

He has been running a campaign against corruption. He has changed the constitution to make the parliament bigger and stronger, and he plans to make businesses more independent of the government. He plans to set up a sovereign wealth fund with money from mining to pay for health, education and future economic growth. He has done deals with the US and China and not voted on UN resolutions on Ukraine.[2]

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  1. "Mongolians protest against corruption as temperature plunges". Reuters. 2018-12-27. Retrieved 2023-07-27.
  2. White, Edward (2023-07-27). "Will Mongolia's crackdown on graft unlock its mineral riches?". Financial Times. Retrieved 2023-07-27.