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All the people need to emphasize national interests by forging the Union spirit: Senior General

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Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister of the Provisional Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Senior General Min Aung Hlaing addresses the SAC 14/ 2021 meeting in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.

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Ethnic armed organizations need to take care of avoiding the acts harmful to national unity and peace, said Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister of the Provisional Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Senior General Min Aung Hlaing at the 14/2021 meeting of the State Administration Council at the SAC Chairman Office in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday afternoon.
In his address, the Senior General said the findings of the Union Election Commission related to the election has been released, and in the near future, the summarized findings will be expressed to the people and the State. Although any person or any organization has the right to criticize something, they must have firm evidence and reasons. The talks without any evidence will not reflect the essence of democracy.
As the Nay Pyi Taw is the capital of the nation, the development of Nay Pyi Taw must be symbolized for regions and states.

The Senior General stressed the need to strive for the resurgence of the internal economy as a short-term plan and encouraging the people in line with the motto: The strength of the nation lies within.

The infection rate of COVID-19 in the third wave has declined to some extent thanks to the utmost efforts of the government and systematic restrictions with examining the contact persons and managing the stay at home programme. The government set an aim to decline a half down of infection rate.
At present, the vaccine is being given to people above aged 18, and international medical experts approved that people above 12 can receive the vaccine. Myanmar has about 36.9 million people above 18 years and some six million above 12, totalling some 43 million. As Myanmar contacted the friend countries for having the COVID-19 vaccines, China, India, Cambodia and Thailand provided vaccines and accessories to Myanmar. It is necessary to strive for the prevention of COVID-19 through the cooperation of the people. As global countries are facing a pandemic, foreign aid is under limitation. As such, Myanmar must rely on its strength.
Instructions have been given to region and state chief ministers to strive for the resurgence of businesses triggered by COVID-19. Taxes have been reduced and suspended for the resurgence of businesses, but it is necessary to provide more aid to them. As garment industries are being operated in Myanmar, workers get jobs. Necessary assistance will be given to these industries. And, the economic development project will be implemented.
Some attacks on Myanmar are based on the economic sector through the banking system. The banking system is the life of a country. Some countries which became victims of the 1997 financial crisis banned entry visas for George Soros.
Plans are underway to vaccinate all ethnic armed organizations and the people from their areas. So far, more than six million vaccines have been given to people. Vaccines that arrived from abroad will be distributed to regions and states by the Tatmadaw and the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
The government is walking on the path of multiparty democracy the people inspire. The right to recall law cannot be enacted. If the decisions of Amyotha Hluttaw and Pyithu Hluttaw are different, it will be a problem. As such, it is necessary to consider the Proportional Representation-PR system with all participants. It is necessary to amend the elected representatives and election system. During its tenure, the government will amend them through coordination with all.
The emergence of some ethnic armed organizations was based on ethnic affairs and some on the rights of democracy. Ethnic affairs are based on federalism and democracy. Relevant groups and regions must have to exercise the practice of democracy. All citizens and ethnic people need to abide by the practice of democracy. Ethnic armed organizations need to follow the practice of democracy such as abiding by the laws, disciplines and human values in addition to the behaviours and talks in conformity with the democracy.
The Senior General stressed the need to strive for the resurgence of the internal economy as a short-term plan and encouraging the people in line with the motto: The strength of the nation lies within.

The infection rate of COVID-19 in the third wave has declined to some extent thanks to the utmost efforts of the government and systematic restrictions with examining the contact persons and managing the stay-at-home programme. The government set an aim to decline a half down of infection rate.

Members of the State Administration Council discussed taking action against those who provide money and equipment to CRPH, NUG and subordinate terrorist organizations and terrorists, rewarding the people who inform the authorities about the terrorists, taking action against USD manipulators, effective hindering the ethnic armed organizations which give training, arms and equipment to terrorists, use of AMI digital meters across the nation, measures of Kyaukpyu special economic zone, systematic formation of village people’s militia troops, the building of oxygen plant in Namhsam, prohibition for gold mining not to harm natural environment, and opening of an agricultural bank branch in Mabein.
In his response to the discussions, the Senior General said effective action will be taken against CRPH and NUG and their subordinate terrorist organizations under the law. The Anti-Corruption Commission scrutinizes the tasks in the past government not in conformity with the law. Ethnic armed organizations need to take care of avoiding acts harmful to national unity and peace. Necessary energy for factories will take out from natural gas and coal through modern technologies. In the future, natural gas produced at home will be used for local factories. AMI modern digital meters are being installed in Yangon and Mandalay Region for the prevention of loss and illegal use of electricity.
An oxygen plant will be built in Namhsam. Machinery to generate oxygen is being installed at region and state, district and township level hospitals, and all hospitals will be formed with COVID-19 ICU. The meeting is in progress to build a COVID-19 vaccine factory in Yangon in cooperation with the Russian Federation.
Relevant officials will arrange the tasks for damage caused by the natural disasters in some townships of the Palaung Self-Administered Zone. Arrangements are being made to open institutes of livestock breeding in all regions and states for the interests of the local people.

Plans are underway to vaccinate all ethnic armed organizations and the people from their areas. So far, more than six million vaccines have been given to people. Vaccines that arrived from abroad will be distributed to regions and states by the Tatmadaw and the Ministry of Transport and Communications.

It is necessary to consider serving the interests of the State based on national interest. In this regard, past history cannot be ignored, and lessons should be taken from past events. Laws cannot be drawn for solving the current problems. All the people need to emphasize the national interests by forging the Union spirit.—MNA

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