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Mongolian President with LIO Group

Posted on February 10, 2011 at 5:56 PM

Shown here leading and galvanizing anti-Communist revolution, Libertarian-Liberal and now President of Mongolia Elbegdorj Tsakhia, called "EB."


Longtime LIO Advisor friend EB has joined the curator contact group after an invitation to join the LIO Cultural Advisory Board. A biography is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsakhiagiin_Elbegdorj


EB is working in sometimes rocky initiatives that have brought Mongolia a quasi-free market and stock exchange, popular rule, increasing income, and accountable officials. His party, the Democratic Party, is profiled at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democratic_Party_(Mongolia) and its site is at: http://www.demparty.mn/en/index.html


His supporters are interested in using Libertarian concepts to assist traditional peoples and translating Libertarian-oriented books; and in spreading Mongolian models to countries presently transitioning from authoritarianism as an approach based on dialogue and improving empowerment of the individual. They note that the small country is so to speak readily scalable to a country of any size, and can serve as an excellent template for consensus change. EB attended a recent ISIL meeting ( profiled at ISIL: http://www.isil.org/resources/fnn/2004spring/mongolian-jefferson.html )where he intereacted with fellow Libertarian activists and students or advocates of voluntarism. EB has asked that sponsors help bring deserving students to Libertarian conferences in the US and abroad. His Democratic Party platform:


We value...

o The inalienable rights and freedoms of all peoples

o The private property which enables to guarantee freedom

o The individual interest and awareness of responsibility

o The individual capability and passion

o The family being wealthy

o The lean government that minimizes its interference in every way

o The open and sufficiently responsive government

o The civil and open society

o The competitive market economy

o The gender equality


Our principles...

o The democracy and individual freedom

o The rule of law and minimized government interference

o The private property and facilitation to create wealth

o The individual and the people

o Mongolia and the other nations

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