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  1. Mongolia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law on Forestry, 2007. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2007-05-17 | MNG-2007-L-91035

    The purpose of this law is to regulate the relations arising from protection, possession, sustainable use, restoration and reproduction of forests in Mongolia. Forest resources are a state property under the sole authority of the people. A forest planted by a citizen on the land in his/her ownership or possession, or by a partnership, economic entity or an organization on the land in their possession, using their own means, can become their property in a manner prescribed by law. Possession of forest resources and reserves shall be granted in the following manner: (a) by the central government authority on nature and environment to aimag, capital city, soum and duureg; (b) soum or duureg Hural of Citizen Representatives, based on the proposal of bagh or khoroo General Meeting, shall place a parcel of the forest reserve in the possession of a partnership, economic entity or organization on the basis of a contract specifying the duration, conditions and criteria of such possession. The aforesaid contract may be concluded for an initial period of 1 year for the purpose of ensuring adequate preparations, and further extended every 10 years for a total period of 60 years. The forest reserve shall be classified as follows: (a) protected forest zone; and (b) utilization forest zone. Forest inventory and forest organization shall be undertaken every 10 years for purpose of a nationwide re-assessment of the size and condition of the forest reserve. The protected forest zone shall comprise sub-tundra forests, forests in Special Protected Areas and those designated for training and research, green belts, restricted forest belts, saxaul and oasis forests, groves and bush stands of up to 100 hectares of area and forests on slopes over and above 30 degrees. Forest protection measures shall include activities aimed at fire, pest infestation and disease prevention and control, protection from adverse effects of human activities, ensuring the normal growth and reproduction of forests, and preserving the forest gene pool. The following activities shall be prohibited: (a) cutting or damaging forests of up to the 5th age category, young trees of all species, and all fruit-bearing trees and shrubs such as Siberian fir, rhamnus, Asiatic poplar, elaeagnus, cornel, tamarisk, Siberian alder, mountain ash, sea-buckthorn and bird-cherry; (b) cutting and utilizing cedar, spruce and elm without permission by the Central Government Authority; (c) logging by way of clearfelling; (d) hay-making in a forest reserve area without explicit permission; (e) logging or animal grazing on forest plantations; and logging, extraction of non-timber resources and hunting by citizens, partnerships, economic entities and organizations without explicit permission.

    Repeals the 1995 Law on Forestry.

  2. Mongolia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law repealing some provisions of Law on Pensions and Benefits for Military Servicemen.

    Adoption: 2002 | MNG-2002-L-71516

  3. Mongolia - Specific categories of workers - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Government Resolution adopting the Progamme on Civil Servants' Training and Capacity Building (No. 96 of 1999).

    Adoption: 1999-06-16 | Date of entry into force: 1999-06-16 | MNG-1999-M-57613

    Adopts comprehensive Programme on Civil Servants' Training and Capacity Building, and instructs ministries, government agencies and municipal administrative authorities to organise capacity-building courses and seminars for civil servants in accordance with the guidelines of the Programme. Also requires the Minister of Finance to provide annual budget resources for such training.

  4. Mongolia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Amendment to the Law on Civil Service.

    Adoption: 1999-05-14 | Date of entry into force: 1999-07-01 | MNG-1999-L-57601

    Amends Law on Civil Service and instructs employers to fill a vacant post of a government servant on the basis of selection through a vacancy notice and in a transparent manner, and provides for fines in case of breach of recruitment rules.

  5. Mongolia - Specific categories of workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Government Resolution on Government Servants' Moral Norms of Conduct (No. 57 of 1999).

    Adoption: 1999-04-14 | Date of entry into force: 1999-04-14 | MNG-1999-R-57597

    Sets forth a set of moral norms of conduct to be observed by civil servants in discharging their responsibilities.

  6. Mongolia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Minerals Law. - Act on-line in English

    Adoption: 1997-06-05 | Date of entry into force: 1997-07-01 | MNG-1997-L-82774

    Provides for the regulation of the mining industry. Includes provisions with respect to the protection of the health and safety of workers (article 6.4(3), 35-36) as well as employment of citizens (articles 33-34).

  7. Mongolia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law on Pensions and Benefits for Military Servicemen, 1994. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1994-08-06 | MNG-1994-L-96080

  8. Mongolia - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Public Service Act (1995).

    Adoption: 1994 | Date of entry into force: 1995-06-01 | MNG-1994-L-57000

    Establishes and regulates the public service, providing for posts and their requirements, the legal status of employees, and performance measures.


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