Action to be taken against additional CSC and Household Census holders

Citizens who have extra citizenship scrutiny cards (CSC) and household census forms will be subjected to legal action if they continue to hold them, announced the Ministry of Immigration and Population on 22 November.
The Ministry has issued a notification that the extra CSC and household census form must be submitted to the respective township immigration offices not later than 25 November.
According to the statistics of the Ministry, there are more than 29 million CSC holders and 12 million people without CSC in Myanmar. Union Election Commission (UEC) Chairman U Thein Soe stated at the coordination meeting regarding the verification of voter lists that the number of citizens with more than one CSC and Household Census list was reduced by a total of 115,961.
The changes in the population of those who already have a citizenship scrutiny card have been checked monthly by the township immigration offices and the township branch offices under the Union Election Commission since September 2022.
The ground check results of the changes at the time of the Pilot Project showed that the population was 61,069,008 and it increased to 61,214,099 in September. These results are a combination of the lists of the Ministry of Immigration and Population and the General Administration Department.
According to data available as of October, there is a total of 29,284,909 people who have CSCs and 12,163,723 people without CSCs. — TWA/GNLM

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