Mongolia: Run-off vote for new president

Mongolia – a former communist state - has been a democracy for the past 27 years, but it has never had a run-off election until now. The landmark vote is widely seen as a referendum on economic recovery plans as well as China's influence.

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    Mongolia - a former communist state - has been a democracy for the past 27 years, but it has never had a run-off election until now.

    The landmark vote is widely seen as a referendum on economic recovery plans as well as China's influence.

    Al Jazeera’s Adrian Brown reports from the Mongolian capital, Ulaanbaatar.


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