Whilst its quiet .... Looks like the Mongolian Govt are starting to get their act together Draft amendments to the penal law being discussed.
H. Nyambaatar: It is forbidden to interfere with the implementation of the special permit and to attack their property "If you interfere with the activities of the license holder, you will be punished with a fine and up to 3 years in prison. Licenses include mining exploration and exploitation licenses.
There are many cases of illegal issuance, and citizens fight to stop it," said MP N. Naranbaatar was upset. H. Nyambaatar, Member of Parliament, Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs P. Sainzorig made comments. Penal Code and Amendments
RE: Update from Petro Matad - investor relations31 Jul 2022 11:05
If you are keeping an eye on events in Mongolia you know that there is currently an orchestrated signature campaign to try and influence the outcome of both Petrochina AND Petro Matads current PSAs ... which tells us that the decisions have not been made/formalised as yet (as the lobbying still active). It is.... a waiting game.
RE: Update from Petro Matad - investor relations28 Jul 2022 12:33
Do you really expect the Mongolian parliament to drop everything to prioritise Petro Matad shareholders ? And do you really believe the management actually want these delays or has any power to determine the Mongolian parliament's work schedule? If yes keep moaning
Apparently the drivers refused to cross the line... probably in fear they would be accused of aiding the Chinese. She posts photos and names of people who hold differring views to her and accuses them of being traitors to Mongolia and in the pay of Chinese bribery and corruption. She has a large social nedia following who are very gobby. Basically she intimidates lots of people it seems!