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The Mongolian People's Revolutionary party has been declared the winner of the country's disputed parliamentary elections, two days after violent protests swept the capital, Ulan Bator.
Mongolia said Monday that local elections over the weekend in Ulan Bator and 21 provincial assemblies nationwide resulted in a landslide victory for the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party.
Doi arrived in Mongolia on Saturday specifically for talks on the proposal banning the development and manufacture of nuclear weapons as well as nuclear tests with Mongolia's President Natsagiin Bagavandi, Prime Minister Nambaryn Enkhbayer and officials of the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party.
The Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) scored an overwhelming victory in Sunday's parliamentary election, winning 72 of the 76 seats and putting the former communists back into power after four years in opposition.
The Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party has been declared the winners of the country's disputed parliamentary elections, two days after violent protests swept the capital, Ulan Bator.
The country had been mired in political crisis due to a dispute between the ruling coalition and President Natsagiin Bagabandi, who leads the opposition Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, formerly a communist party, in finding a new premier.
Police used tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon to beat back violent protesters who fought police and smashed their way into the headquarters of the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP).
The Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) announced on Monday that it had won 44 seats out of the 76 in the Grand Khural, or parliament.
Police had earlier fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the crowds after rescue workers were pelted with stones.The headquarters of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) was set on fire and opposition supporters pushed into the election commission offices.
Thousands of people have staged a violent protest on the streets of Mongolia's capital Ulaan Baatar, saying that parliamentary elections were rigged by the ruling party.Supporters of the opposition Democratic Party on Tuesday set fire to the headquarters of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, witnesses said.

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