Members of Parliament (MP) N. Nomtoibayar, D. Khayankhyarvaa, J. Bat-Erdene, M. Bilegt, N. Amarzaya, J. Munkhbat, and L. Enkh-Amgalan reported on Tuesday that 22 MPs are willing to have their legislative power temporarily revoked to be investigated for any involvement in the 60 billion MNT corruption case. The MPs submitted a letter to S. Byambatsogt, Chairman of the Ethics Subcommittee, stated that the 22 MPs were volunteering to be included in the investigation. MP J. Bat-Erdene said that MPs, Cabinet members, and state officials exhibited unacceptable and unethical behavior by taking out loans from the Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) Development Fund. He stated that the issue shouldn’t be ignored and should be investigated by authorities. He invited other MPs to volunteer for the investigation.
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