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Библиографическое описание:
Mitupov K. B.
,
Oroljav B.
BRIEF HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MONGOLIAN DEMOCRACY // Вестник БГУ. Гуманитарные исследования Внутренней Азии. - 2018. №4. . - С. 27-34.
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BRIEF HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MONGOLIAN DEMOCRACY
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DOI: 10.18101/2305-753Х-2018-4-27-34УДК: 321.7
Аннотация:
The article is devoted to historical background of Mongolian Democracy. A democracy has been growing in the present society in Mongolia that is about becoming as a social phenomenon, and continuity of our past history such characterized by national identity and unique features. Mongolians, we are the people with rich traditions of the state-ship. Tribalism has created by humanity was organized and coordinated by the brotherhood, relatives and the inhabitants of the homeland, and thus became a state-ship under the auspices of the forces of weakness and extraterrestrials. A Mongolian has rationally and peace-loving attitudes towards any circumstances, and their stance to the state-ship approached to the values of solidarity and morality. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to stimulate inquiry into important questions about how to facilitate and consolidate transitions from communism to market-oriented democratic regime in Mongolia, and how Mongolians are honored to be able to present the views of so many distinguished factors in national commitment to promote the study, understanding, and practice of democracy and democratic values in the prerequisite conditions in the Mongolian democ-racy
Ключевые слова:
democracy, a social phenomenon, democratic values, social political culture, Mongolia
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