Interviewee ID: 990174
Parent's name: Jigjid
Year of Birth: 1946
Notes on education:
Born in: [None Given] sum, Ulaanbaatar aimag
Lives in: Songinohairhan sum (or part of UB), Ulaanbaatar aimag
Mother's profession: cook
Father's profession: machinist on railroad
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democracy; new technologies; foreign relations;
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Summary of Interview 090329B with Ölziit
He spoke of democracy, what he thought personally about it, what positive impact, freedom and group had come from its victory. In fact, there should be an evaluation of the intellectual labor, if you want to improve democracy. The salary of the skilled and highly educated people should differ from the salary of those who can’t do anything. With introduction of statistical computing the Mongolian statistics became very good. In 1980s the weather computers were introduced. They had foreign relations only with the Soviet Union. It was prohibited even to talk about America not to mention visiting it.