Government of Mongolia is parliamentary type of government, with President.
From March 1921, when Mongolia won its final independence from China, until May 1990, the Mongolian Government was modeled on the old Soviet Communist system. Only the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) was officially allowed to operate. The fall of the Berlin Wall, Gorbachev’s political reforms in the former Soviet Union and the evolution of democracy in Eastern Europe, The wave of democratic revolutions reached in Mongolia in 1989. So Mongolia has moved into a democracy system in 1990 and peaceful changes brought Mongols into contact with the modern world.
On 29th of July, 1990, democratic elections were held on multi-party basis for the first time in the history of Mongolia and elected a People's Great Hural. In the election, Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRP) had obtained 60% of seats in the Great Hural But the party had agreed major reformation of government resulting in democratic revolution and a market economy. Such as human rights, private ownership rights and a State structure on power separation
In 1992 Second Democratic elections again give a victory to the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRP).
In 1996 ,Generel Election. Democratic Party swept to government power for the first time in June 1996, wining a remarkable 50 of the 76 seats in the Parliament.
Mongolian parliament (Ikh Hural) have 76-members and elected by universal adult suffrage for four years. The Ikh Hural (parliament) recognises the president on his election and appoints the Prime Minister and members of the Cabinet, which is the highest executive body.
President is the Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces.
President is directly elected for a term of four years.
Mongolian president is Elbegdorj Tsakhia who was elected in May 2013.
Mongolian prime minister is Saikhanbileg Chimed who is elected in 2015.