According to official Website of Democratic Party of Mongolia on June 29,2012 (http://www.demparty.mn/news.php?id=471) , “based on information received by Election campaign headquarters of DP, nominees from DP established victory in 23 of 48 seats of 26 (majoritarian-Frontier Securities)electoral districts. By party ratings(proportional vote-Frontier Securities), it is possible for DP to take additional 13 seats, in this way there is a probability for DP to get 36 seats at minimum.”
- “Although elections results are not finalized yet, it is certain that DP is to become a majority in new Parliament”
Further according to DP(http://www.demparty.mn/news.php?id=468),
- “19 nominees from MPP, 3 nominees from MPRP-MNDP Justice Coalition and 3 independents are establishing victory”
- “It is certain that DP is establishing victory in new Parliament with 36-39 seats”
According to major Mongolian news portal news.mn(http://songuuli.news.mn/content/112850.shtml) the independents are ex-MPP independent MP Ts.Daavasuren, President of Mongolian Association of Trade Unions S.Ganbaatar and from Dornod province Kh.Bolorchuluun.
- The victorious nominees from MPRP-MNDP Justice Coalition are lawyer L.Tsog, civil movement activist D.Battsogt, MP D.Terbishdagva
According to major Mongolian portal gogo.mn, (http://news.gogo.mn/r/107500) GEC informed that nationwide voter turnout right before polls closed was 65.24%