Mongolia on Saturday celebrated the 26th anniversary of the adoption of its modern constitution.
Miyegombyn Enkhbold, chair of the State Great Khural, Mongolia's unicameral parliament, and other members of parliament laid wreaths on the statue of Damdinii Sukhbaatar, a key figure in Mongolia's struggle for independence.
The celebrations also included traditional wrestling.
Mongolia introduced its first constitution in 1924. The current constitution, the fourth, was adopted on January 13, 1992, marking dramatic political reforms and the transition into a democratic society.
(ASIA PACIFIC DAILY)