|President of Mongolia|
|Монгол Улсын Ерөнхийлөгч|
|Status||Head of state|
|Residence||President’s Residence at the Ikh Tenger Complex|
|Nominator||State Great Khural |
Political parties with representation nominate candidates
|Appointer||Direct popular vote|
|Term length||6 years; non-renewable|
|Constituting instrument||Constitution of Mongolia|
|Inaugural holder||Punsalmaagiin Ochirbat|
|Formation||3 September 1990|
|Deputy||Vice President of Mongolia (1990-1992)|
Chairman of the State Great Khural (1992-present)
|Salary||39,638,357 ₮ annually (2021)|
The president of Mongolia[a] is the executive head of state of Mongolia. The current president is Ukhnaagiin Khürelsükh.
Political parties with representation in the State Great Khural nominate candidates. The president was originally limited to two four-year terms, but this was changed to a non-renewable six-year term starting with the 2021 presidential election. The president can be removed from office if two-thirds of the Khural find them guilty of abusing their powers or violating their oath. Before inauguration, however, the president-elect must suspend their membership of any political party.
Generally, Mongolian leaders have lived at the president's residence at the Ikh Tenger Complex (Mongolian: Их тэнгэр цогцолбор). The complex is a protected area in the Bogd Khan Mountain. The residence is located next to the mansions of the Speaker of Parliament and Prime Minister.
In 2017, newly elected president Battulga said that he intended to live in the "Winter Palace" in central Ulaanbaatar, also known as the marshal's residence, in a departure from tradition. It is located in the heart of the capital between Peace Avenue and Seoul Street (next to the 1st School and the Russian Embassy). The two story-building was built in 1947 as the residence of Marshal Khorloogiin Choibalsan. It has two luxury rooms and five other rooms as well as 52-80 person capacity banqueting hall.
Further information: List of heads of state of Mongolia