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Nambaryn Enkhbayar

Nambaryn Enkhbayar, former president of Mongolia. Named Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party Politician of the Year, 1997; recipient Polar Star, Government Mongolia, 1996, Star of the Flag for Work Achievements, 2001.

Background

  • Enkhbayar, Nambaryn was born on June 1, 1958 in Ulan Bator, Mongolia. Son of Baljinnyam Nambar and Budkhand Radnaa.

  • Education

    • Undergraduate, Moscow Institute Literature, 1980. Studied, Leeds University.

    Career

    • Editor-translator Mongolian Writers' Union, 1980—1990. Vice president and editor Mongolian Interpreters' Union, 1990—1992. First vice-chairman Culture and Art Development Com, 1990—1992.

      Minister Culture, 1992—1996. Member Great Hural, since 1992, speaker, 2004—2005. Leader of the Opposition, 1997—2000.

      Prime minister Mongolian Government, 2000—2004, president, 2005—2009. Leader Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party ), since 1997. World Bank advisory on Asian culture and Buddhist religion, since 1998.

      Chair Mongolia-India friendship Association. Head National Council of Museums, 1995. International president Alliance of Religions and Conservation, since 2003.

    Works

    • Translator several classic Russian novels novels. Author About Mongolian Arts, Literature and Emptiness, 1989, On the Indicators of Development from the Buddhist Point of View, 1998, Some Thoughts on the Relationship between Buddhist Philosophy and Economics, 1998, To Develop or Not to Develop, 1998.

    Personality

    Interests

    Reading, volleyball, basketball, tennis.

    Connections

    • Married Onon Tsolmon, 1986. 4 children.
    • father: Baljinnyam Nambar
    • mother: Budkhand Radnaa
    • spouse: Onon Tsolmon
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    • 1980
      Moscow Institute Literature
    • 1980 - 1990
      Editor-translator Mongolian Writer, s' Union
    • 1990 - 1992
      vice president, and editor Mongolian Interpreters' Union
    • 1990 - 1992
      first vice-chairman Culture and Art Development Com
    • 1992 - 1996
      Minister Culture
    • 1992
      member, Great Hural
    • 1997
      Leader, of the Opposition
    • 2004 - 2005
      member, Great Hural
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