In consultation with the President of Mongolia on amendments to the structure and composition of the Government of Mongolia, amendments to the Law on the Structure of the Government of Mongolia, amendments to the Law on the Composition of the Government of Mongolia as well as amendments to the Law on the Government of Mongolia, Mr. Ts.Nyamdorj, Minister of Mongolia and Head of the Cabinet Secretariat, submitted the draft amendments to the Resolution of the State Great Hural on “Amendments to the Annex to the Resolution” to G.Zandanshatar, Speaker of the State Great Hural today (October 14, 2021).
Amendments to the Constitution of Mongolia on November 14, 2019, in accordance with Article 25 of the Constitution of Mongolia “Development policy and planning shall be sustainable”, implementation of the Law on Development Policy, Planning and Management, there is an urgent need to establish a central administrative body responsible for providing integrated management, organization and methodology for planning activities at the national, sectoral, cross-sectoral as well as regional and local levels.
In addition, the “Vision-2050” long-term development policy of Mongolia which was approved by the State Great Hural Resolution No. 52 of 2020 is to implement the policy of becoming an “Digital Nation” and support human development by developing a joint “E-Mongolia” system to maintain effective e-government as well as digitalize public services.
The Prime Minister of Mongolia, L.Oyun-Erdene, announced to establish the Ministry of Development Policy and Economy to stabilize development policy and planning and create a new culture of public-private partnership as well as Ministry of Digital Development in order to expand its goal of becoming an e-nation and to achieve 90 percent e-transformation by 2024.
Therefore, the draft Budget Law of Mongolia for 2022, prepared by the Government and submitted to the State Great Hural on September 30, 2021, includes funding for the establishment of the Ministry of Economy and Development and the Ministry of Digital Development and Communications.