2nd National-level Political dialogue’s CSO peace forum held in Nay Pyi Taw

Participants pose for a documentary photo at 2nd National-level Political dialogue’s CSO peace forum.  Photo: MNA
Participants pose for a documentary photo at 2nd National-level Political dialogue’s CSO peace forum.
 Photo: MNA

The 2nd National-level Political dialogue’s union-level CSO (Civil society organization) peace forum began yesterday morning at MICC-II, Nay Pyi Taw.
At the forum, Chairman of the Nay Pyi Taw Council Dr. Myo Aung, Deputy Minister U Khin Maung Tin, members of the Nay Pyi Taw council, the MPs, members of the Peace Commission, CSOs and other representatives from the Region and State participated in the forum.
During the opening ceremony, Chairman of the Nay Pyi Taw Council Dr. Myo Aung, said, “Through the regional-level and Nay Pyi Taw-level political dialogues, they can combine the reflection of people’s voices as a policy.”
According to procedures, the agreements reached at the forum are to be submitted to the Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee- UPDJC, which will discuss and bring them before the third meeting of the Union Peace Conference-21st Century Panglong.
In this way, they will seek a solution through a political dialogue to build a federal Union based upon democracy and federalism, he added. He called for participants of the dialogue to negotiate with each other based on loving-kindness, honesty and tolerance, so they can pass down the legacy for peace to the country’s next generation.
He also expressed his belief that better results will come from the forum.
Afterwards, the head of the working group of the UPDJC, U Naing Ngan Lin, and Union Level Committee CSOs for Peace (UCCPF)-UCCPF member U Naw Twe greeted members of the UCCPF committee.
During the forum, member of UCCPF, Saw Kyaw Swar, clarified the purpose of holding this forum, and then another member, U Aung Mine San, explained the procedures of the committee and the process of issuing policy papers.
Also,members of UCCPF, U Kyaw Zin and Swe Thahar, clarified information about the Administration and Financial sectors, and they concluded the first day of the forum. The 2nd National-level Political and CSO peace forum sought to collect two papers to submit to the committee, promoting the role of the CSOs in the peace-making process, and boosting the understanding, trust and mutual-respect among the UFFPF and commission members. — Myanmar News Agency

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