Because of the loss of coal for $ 12 billion: in Mongolia, protesters storm the Government Palace (video)

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Due to the loss of $12 billion of coal: protesters storm the Government Palace in Mongolia (video)

Mass demonstrations are taking place in the capital of the country, Ulaanbaatar, for the second day in a row. Ten criminal cases have been opened in the state on the fact of embezzlement of profits from export products.

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Mass protests are taking place in the capital of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, for the second day in a row, residents of the country accuse officials of stealing export coal. This was reported by BNE IntelliNews.

As specified, protesters in Mongolia are demanding the names of civil servants who are accused of stealing profits from coal exports to China. People demand fair punishment for corrupt officials. We are talking about the loss of coal in the amount of $ 12.8 billion over the past two years.

Information that the funds from the sale of coal were stolen the day before was distributed by the Prime Minister of the country.

The Internet edition Baza informs that the protesters have already reached the Government Palace and are trying to storm it, but so far without success.

The security forces managed to repulse the first assault on the building. Nevertheless, the protesters do not disperse and intend to repeat their attempt.

On Sunday, December 4, the protesters blocked the main boulevard of Ulaanbaatar – Mira Avenue.

Already today, the Cabinet of Ministers of the country held a press -a conference during which he confirmed that officials were involved in stealing coal.

According to the Minister of Economic Development Khurelbaatar Chimed, the state coal company Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi and the state investment company Erdenes Mongol are involved in the criminal scheme. The minister claims that five former directors of Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi are suspected of stealing coal. In October, the government also fired the company's CEO, Ganhuyaga Battulga, who had been in charge of the company for the past four years, without explanation.

At present, 10 criminal cases have been opened as part of the investigation.