The newly elected President of Mongolia is listening to the voices of thousands of Mongolians around the world and has recalled the newly elected ambassador to the UK. Mr S. Bayar should return to Mongolia, to clear up multiple allegations of money laundering and corruption.
The election is here and most people know about the central issue that was avoided by the major politicians. Evidence is there but not officially examined, interim laws were hurridly passed to protect hidden assets. This issue is central because trust is the most important thing. The people need to know that their elected politicians are going to put the interests of the country before their personal interest.
Attempted delivery by hand but nobody home. The above letter was taken to the Mongolian Embassy at 4.40pm on Thursday the 1st June 2017.
Now that the fog of distraction has been dissipated, we can look forward to healthy debates on the issues at hand, such as more than $5 Billion US in off-shore assets, that just popped up like magic mushrooms while no-one was looking, beneficiaries being a few of the Mongolian political elite, who purely by coincidence happened to be responsible for the big money deals that are transforming the country, not for the better. Where did the money go, if not into these bloated accounts? Answers are urgently called for.
The message for Mongolia is : Protect your democracy now, before it’s too late!!
The messengers are becoming unpopular with the destroyers of that democracy.
It’s natural enough because all their ill-gotten gains are threatened when the Mongolian people WAKE UP!!
The world needs an example of good people who will say no to corruption, bribery and blackmail, making free elections impossible. The Mongolian people ARE good people!
The false allegations being spread about the messengers will only serve to reinforce the message!
Save Mongolian Democracy Now!
S. Bayar spent the last 5 weeks going back and forth from London to Ulaan Baatar to cobble together a law in collusion with all political parties, to protect himself from investigation over off-shore accounts. The new law was ratified last week, shunted to the top of the queue and rubber stamped in a hurry. Is this the normal work of an ambassador?
Obviously there’s another agenda and purpose for his being in the UK. If you think he’s not fit for purpose to represent Mongolia and promote Mongolian, not self interests, the petition below is an opportunity for you to show it, as in any working democracy.
At a recent Chamber of Commerce event, Mongolia being a democracy was mentioned a lot, especially by Mr Bayar. Western investors like to put money into free countries. The proof that it really is will be by getting over 10,000 signatures on the various petitions! Mr Bayar will surely welcome such great evidence of Mongolia’s thriving democracy, to back up his words!