Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services delivers speech at management meeting

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Chairman of the State Administration Council Senior General Min Aung Hlaing presides over the management meeting on 8 February. Photo: MNA

Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, in his capacity as Chairman of the State Administration Council, delivered a speech at the management meeting held in his office yesterday.
At the meeting, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing explained the works of his council to return back to normality, maintaining the regular works during the state of emergency, appointment of the Union Ministers who were believed to have suitable qualifications to perform their duties successfully, the duty of government to serve for the public, adopting policies of the council and the roles of ministries in implementing the works effectively and efficiently.
He added that the previous government which took office from 2016 to 2021 could not finalize some works for various reasons and the present administration will implement some remaining works which could benefit to the public in accordance with the existing rules and regulations of the relevant ministries without hesitation.
The Senior General said that the ongoing situations were resulted from the electoral problems such as voter lists, many weaknesses during the election period; as an interim organization, the State Administration Council will work for both long term and short-term projects to help the next government with paving a way.
He also advised to help in livelihood of the public for their satisfaction, to operate appropriate businesses for the public for peace, stability and security of the country to strengthen the power of each citizen.
The Senior General added the ministries not to hesitate in implementing their works and to coordinate with other ministries.
The Union Ministers and officials from the Union-level organizations reported on the ongoing situations and plans of the relevant organizations, including COVID-19 vaccination programme, trade, ethnic affairs and legal affairs.
Regarding the discussions, the Chairman of State Administration Council gave guidance to serve for the public in their benefits, to narrow the gaps between the rich and the poor, between the rural and urban developments and between the states and regions in terms of development.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing also said to finalize the enactment of pending laws and called for the civil service staff to refrain from party politics, and to perform their duties without political bias regardless of their favourable votes in the elections.
He finally said that the Tatmadaw will never deviate from the multiparty democracy path selected by the people, and that is managing to ensure the correct way; officials from the relevant ministries are advised to work for the country and people, for the development in transportation and development programmes in the regions and states and to try for ensuring a reliable government for the public.—MNA

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