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Mongolia's First Female Presidential Candidate - 24 Jun 2013 
Images of N.Udval, Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party’s candidate for Presidency. Udval, 59, is the country's first female
presidential candidate in Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss,
Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian
People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest
number to date. 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XRV 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president, takes a... 
Ulan Bator, China 
N. Udval, candidate for Mongolian president, takes a break as she campaigns in the countryside 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president, takes a break as she campaigns in the countryside, outside Ulan Bator June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XSO 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, shakes hands... 
Baganuur, China 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, shakes hands... 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, shakes hands with supporters during a campaign stop near Baganuur, 130km east of Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XSN 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval (2nd L), Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President,... 
Baganuur, China 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, walks next... 
N. Udval (2nd L), Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, walks next to a 'Ger', a traditional Mongolian tent, in Baganuur, 130km east of Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XS9 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval (2nd L), Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President,... 
Baganuur, China 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, walks with... 
N. Udval (2nd L), Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, walks with members of her campaign team during a meeting in the countryside near Baganuur, 130km east of Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XS5 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval (2nd L), Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President,... 
Baganuur, China 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, attends... 
N. Udval (2nd L), Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, attends a campaign rally in Baganuur, 130km east of Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XRY 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, is saluted... 
Baganuur, China 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, is saluted... 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, is saluted by a soldier during a rally at a military base in Baganuur, 130km east of Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XS1 
June 23, 2013 
A sign which reads 'Baganuur', a city 130km east of Ulan Bator, is seen as N. Udval, Mongolian People's... 
Baganuur, China 
A sign which reads 'Baganuur', a city 130km east of Ulan Bator, is seen 
A sign which reads 'Baganuur', a city 130km east of Ulan Bator, is seen as N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, campaigns in the area, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XRJ 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, shakes hands... 
Baganuur, China 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, shakes hands... 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, shakes hands with soldiers during a rally at a military base in Baganuur, 130km east of Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XSL 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, arrives... 
Baganuur, China 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, arrives... 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, arrives to a rally in Ulan Bator June 20, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 20, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XSG 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, walks to... 
Baganuur, China 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, walks to... 
N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, walks to the stage during a rally in Ulan Bator June 20, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 20, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XRQ 
June 23, 2013 
N. Udval (in blue), Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president,... 
Ulan Bator, China 
N. Udval, candidate for Mongolian president, shakes hands with supporters during a rally in Ulan Bator... 
N. Udval (in blue), Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president, shakes hands with supporters during a rally in downtown Ulan Bator June 20, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 20, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XSR 
June 23, 2013 
A local journalist applies make-up at the headquarters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary... 
Ulan Bator, Mongolia 
A local journalist applies make-up at the headquarters of N. Udval, candidate for Mongolian president,... 
A local journalist applies make-up at the headquarters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president, in Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She is also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XSQ 
June 23, 2013 
Supporters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president,... 
Baganuur, Mongolia 
Supporters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president,... 
Supporters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president, wait for her arrival at an industrial complex in Baganuur, 130km (81 miles) east of Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XSI 
June 23, 2013 
Supporters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President,... 
Baganuur, China 
Supporters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President,... 
Supporters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, gather around her during a campaign stop near Baganuur, 130km east of Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XRL 
June 23, 2013 
A supporter of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President,... 
Baganuur, China 
A supporter of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President,... 
A supporter of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian President, attends a rally in Ulan Bator June 20, 2013. N. Udval, 59, of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She's also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26, 2013. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 20, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MONGOLIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX10XRZ 
June 23, 2013 
Supporters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president,... 
Baganuur, Mongolia 
Supporters of N. Udval, candidate for Mongolian president, attend a rally in Baganuur 
Supporters of N. Udval, Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party's (MPRP) candidate for Mongolian president, attend a rally at an industrial complex in Baganuur, 130km (81 miles) east of Ulan Bator, June 21, 2013. N. Udval, 59, is the country's first female presidential candidate Mongolia's political history. Udval, a doctor who currently serves as health minister, is running against her boss, Ts.Elbegdorj, the current president and a member of the Democratic Party. She is also running against B.Bat-Erdene from the Mongolian People's Party in the election, which will be held June 26. Last year, nine women were elected to Mongolia's parliament, the highest number to date. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (MONGOLIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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