The article analyzes the emergency legislation of Mongolia, prevailing since 1990 and includes provisions of the Constitution of Mongolia, special laws governing the Institute of emergency, the fight against terrorism, national security, protection against disasters, crime prevention, and other issues. The main attention is drawn to the possibility of this legislation to ensure the unity of the system of state management in the state of emergency, the implementation of the principle of the unity of stewardship. From this perspective the author concludes that there is lack of a systematic consideration of the legislation of Mongolia, are present gaps in it.
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