Civil Will–Green Party

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Civil Will–Green Party

Иргэний Зориг–Ногоон Нам
Irgenii Zorig–Nogoon Nam
ChairpersonSanjaasürengiin Oyuun[1]
FoundedMarch 12, 2012 (2012-03-12)
Merger ofGreen Party (November 25, 1990 (1990-11-25))
Civil Will Party (March 9, 2000 (2000-03-09))
HeadquartersUlaanbaatar, Mongolia
IdeologyGreen liberalism
Political positionCentre[2]
International affiliationLiberal International
Global Greens
Continental affiliationCouncil of Asian Liberals and Democrats
ColorsGreen, White
State Great Khural
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The Civil Will–Green Party (Mongolian: Иргэний Зориг–Ногоон Нам, Irgenii Zorig–Nogoon Nam) is a political party in Mongolia.

Civil Will Party[edit]

Logo of the Civil Will Party, one of the parties that merged to create the Civil Will–Green Party

Civil Will Party was established on March 9, 2000, with Sanjaasürengiin Oyuun as chairwoman and E. Narmandakh as general secretary. The party's name is a reference to the name of S.Oyun's murdered brother Sanjaasürengiin Zorig, one of the leaders of the 1990 democratic movement.

In the 2000 legislative election, the Civil Will Party entered into a coalition with the Green Party, and won a seat in the State Great Khural. Before the 2008 legislative election, the Mongolian National Unity Party (Mongolian: Монголын Үндэсний Эв Нэгдлийн Нам) merged with the Civil Will Party. In the ensuing elections on June 29, 2008, the party won one of the 76 seats in Mongolia's parliament, while receiving 1.97% of the popular vote.[3]


The 7th Congress of the Civil Will Party formed the Civil Will–Green Party. With the merger, the party has two members in the State Great Khural, Party chairman Dangaasürengiin Enkhbat and first deputy chairwoman Sanjaasürengiin Oyuun. E. Zorigt works as the Adviser of Nature and the Environment affairs to the President.[3]

During the 8th Congress of the Civil Will Party conducted on 28 January 2012, the party changed its name to the Civil Will–Green Party, and approved the decision to have up to three chairpersons, and to adopt a new flag and symbol. The changes were submitted to the Supreme Court, which were then approved on March 12, 2012.[4]

The merger was opposed by many members, with some people blocking the application to the Supreme Court for over six months.[5]

Government for Reform[edit]

After the 2012 election, the party obtained two seats in parliament and was one of the partners in “Government for Reform”. The long-time standing leader and party chairwoman Sanjaasürengiin Oyuun was serving as Minister for Green Development and Environment. Mr. Tumenjargal, head of the youth organisation, is Deputy Minister for Culture, Sports and Tourism. In addition the party had obtained its first seat in the Ulaanbaatar Representative’s Council.[6]


  1. ^ "Civil Will Green Party - Mongolia - Full Members - Members - Liberalism". Archived from the original on 5 March 2016. Retrieved 13 October 2016.
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  3. ^ a b "Иргэний Зориг - Ногоон Нам, Бид хэн бэ?". 20 January 2011. Archived from the original on 1 March 2012. Retrieved 27 March 2012. (in Mongolian)
  4. ^ "Иргэний Зориг Ногоон Намыг Улсын Дээд Шүүх бүртгэлээ". 12 March 2012. Archived from the original on 15 March 2012. Retrieved 27 March 2012. (in Mongolian)
  5. ^ "Энэ 20 жилд өөрчлөгдөөгүй үлдсэн зүйл бол улс төрийн намууд". Өдрийн сонин. 2 February 2012. Archived from the original on 1 May 2012. Retrieved 27 March 2012. (in Mongolian)
  6. ^ "Civil Will-Green Party : CALD - Council of Asian Liberals and Democrats". Retrieved 13 October 2016.

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