Government, Hluttaw representatives, students issue joint declaration on amendment of national education law

Union Minister U Aung Min and students sign agreement.—mna
Union Minister U Aung Min and students sign agreement.—mna

Nay Pyi Taw, 28 Jan — Representatives of the government, the Hluttaw and students of the Leading Committee for Democracy Education Movement met at the Ministry of Education in Nay Pyi Taw on Wednesday morning and issued a joint declaration.
According to the declaration, the participants agreed to hold four party talks among the government, the Hluttaw, students and the National Network for Education Reform on 1 February in Yangon, to discuss the eleven demands of the students and find out solutions though dialogue, to discuss positively to reach agreements and continue to find solutions for differences through negotiations and to stop student protests on the day the talks begin.
Present at the meeting were Union Minister at the President Office U Aung Min, Deputy Minister U Thant Shin, Hluttaw representatives and representatives of the Leading Committee for Democracy Education.
Students who spent last night in Taungtha continued their journey and proceeded to Popa by car at mile post 423.—MNA

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