Four-party talks on amendment of national education law to resume on 11 February

Deputy Minister for Education U Thant Shin, Dr Thein Lwin of National Network for Education Reform and Ko Aung Hmine San of the Leading Committee for Democracy Education Movement hold a meeting to resume four-party talks.—mna
Deputy Minister for Education U Thant Shin, Dr Thein Lwin of National Network for Education Reform and Ko Aung Hmine San of the Leading Committee for Democracy Education Movement hold a meeting to resume four-party talks.—MNA

Yangon, 9 Feb — The second negotiation meeting on resumption of four-party talks on amendment of the national education law was held at the meeting hall of the Department of Higher Education (Lower Myanmar) on Thaton Street in Yangon on Monday afternoon.
Participants led by Deputy Minister for Education U Thant Shin, Dr Thein Lwin of the National Network for Education Reform, Ko Aung Hmine San of the Leading Committee for Democracy Education Movement discussed resumption of the four-party talks as soon as possible and details for agendas of the talks.
Agreements reached today include (1) the talks shall resume on 11 February (2) the venue of the talks shall be the Hluttaw Building of Yangon Region (3) the talks shall start at 9.30 am (4) each party shall be represented at the talks by 20 representatives (5) the talks shall be moderated by one representative from the government and the Hluttaw on one hand and another representative from the NNER and the students on the other hand (6) student representatives shall represent all active student columns (7) the lists of the representatives shall be sent ahead and only the representatives in the list shall participate in the talks (8) each party shall be allowed to call in people to cover the talks proportionately and (9) one spokesperson from each party shall release news at a press conference during the talks.
Also present at the meeting were ministers of Yangon Region ministers Col Tin Win and Dr Myint Thein, Rector Dr Aung Min of Yangon University of Education, U Soe Tun of the NNER and Ko Aung Hmaing San, Ko Ye Zarni Tun and Ko Chit Win Maung of the Leading Committee for Democracy Education Movement, according to the Ministry of Education. MNA

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