'I am not a dictator': Mongolian PM survives attempted ousting


Ukhnaa Khurelsukh and his cabinet fight back amid corruption scandal implicating high-level politicians

Mongolia’s prime minister and his cabinet have survived a parliamentary attempt to sack them over a corruption scandal that has implicated high-level politicians in a state fund embezzlement scheme.

“I am not a dictator,” said Ukhnaa Khurelsukh, the PM, during a heated session that lasted more than four hours.

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