Landlocked in Central Asia and bordering both Russia and China, Mongolia is one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world. Formerly part of the Soviet sphere of influence, The country established a new constitution in 1992 and now operates as a parliamentary republic headed by a largely symbolic directly elected president and a prime minister. Major human rights issues in Mongolia include human trafficking, juvenile justice and child labour.

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