Mongolians vote in the shadow of corruption allegations

Polling stations have opened across Mongolia for the country’s presidential election, with many seeking a leader who could rescue the struggling economy.

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    Polling stations have opened across Mongolia for the country’s presidential election, with many seeking a leader who can rescue the struggling economy.

     

    However, all of the candidates face allegations of corruption.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Rob Matheson explains.


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