Mongolia Constitution Day
Mongolia Constitution Day is held on January 13. This event in the second decade of the month January is annual. Help us
The Mongolian Revolution of 1990, known in Mongolia as the 1990 Democratic Revolution, was a peaceful democratic revolution which led to the country's transition to a multi-party system. The new constitution established a representative democracy in Mongolia, guaranteeing freedom of religion, rights, travel, expression, unalienable rights, government setup, election cycle, and other matters. It was written after the Mongolian Revolution of 1990 and dissolved the People's Republic of Mongolia.
The current Constitution of Mongolia was adopted on 13 January 1992, put into force on 12 February, and amended in 1999, 2000 and 2019.
It is very close to and / or inspired by Western constitutions in terms of freedom of press, inalienable rights, freedom to travel, and other rights.
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Mexico Constitution Day on February 5 (Celebrated in the country on the first Monday of February);
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