• National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia received A status based on accreditation from ICC SCA for the 3rd time

The National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia exchanged views with the leadership of the National Police Agency, the General Prosecution Authority, and the Supreme Court on Arbitrary Detention issues.

The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention shared its preliminary findings on the issue of inviolable rights and detention without a judge’s order after working in Mongolia from 3 to 14 October 2022.

About the findings, Khunan Jargalsaikhan, Chief Commissioner; Commissioners Enkhbold Batzeveg and Dondov Sangisharav; Yadamjaw Tselmen, the Commissioner in Charge of the Prevention of Torture, met with Khosbayar Chagdaa, Presiding Justice, Chamber for Criminal Cases, the Supreme Court of Mongolia; Jargalsaikhan Banzragch, the Prosecutor General of Mongolia; Bold Jamsranjav, the General Commissioner of the National Police Agency.


During the meeting, the Commissioners emphasized that there must not be arbitrary detention outside the law and violations of the inviolability of rights in Mongolia and exchanged views on the preliminary findings. And noted that comments on disagreements with the preliminary findings might be submitted to the Working Group.