Amyotha Hluttaw continues debate on ward or village-tract administration law

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THE Amyotha Hluttaw continued debating a third revised bill to amend the ward or village-tract administration law during its 28th day parliamentary session yesterday.
In his discussion, Col Hla Win Aung, Defence Services personnel Hluttaw representative, disagreed on the proposed removal of sections 13 (g) and 17 from the law, pointing out that lawmakers are responsible for providing security to the people in accordance with article 357 of the Constitution.
He emphasised the importance of the reporting of overnight guests and inspections in order to ensure the rule of law, peace, tranquility and public safety, warning that there is the possibility of tragic incidents that can befall the people if the provisions that guarantee security were removed.
In her discussion, Daw Ei Ei Pyone of Ayeyawady Region Constituency 8 called for the formulation of rules regarding monthly allowances to ensure uncorrupted
U Thein Swe of Ayeyawady Region Constituency 10 stressed the need to enact a just law that can be retained for three successive parliamentary terms.
During the 28th day session of the Amyotha Hluttaw the revocation for submission of a bill to revoke the duties and powers of People’s Councils and executive members at various levels and a bill to revoke the Mandalay City Development Committee Law were approved.

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