Interviewee ID: 990341
Parent's name: Chültem
Year of Birth: 1958
Notes on education: technical labour instructor
Work: sum boss
Born in: Dashinchilen sum, Bulgan aimag
Lives in: Dashinchilen sum (or part of UB), Bulgan aimag
Mother's profession: herder
Father's profession: herder
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collectivization; privatization; herding / livestock ; illness / health; environment;
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Summary of Interview 090917B with Nergüi
In the second part of his interview he talked about the privatization that flourished alongside the democratic process. It was a big historical event. The process of breaking up the socialist public property broke up the agricultural or collective property in the countryside and it was carried out in the form of giving the livestock to the herders. The livestock has been privatized, the state factories, apartments, agriculture and farming, the animal husbandry – all have been privatized. Be it good or bad, anyway the historical period has passed. Now we have no way to re-establish or amend what was done incorrectly. But it is important today to distribute the minerals and the land resources in the proper way, he said. He worries that land dries up intensely and the desertification process goes quickly, the plant structures are being changed. All these processes are notable.
Having won the trust of the people he is working and striving to not lose the trust of the people, develop the sum, and dedicate all his knowledge and skill to the sum, and test his own ability to do something definite.