Investigation Commission on Maungtaw meets in Nay Pyi Taw

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Vice President U Myint Swe discuss with members of Investigation Commission on Rakhine.

U Myint Swe, Vice-President and Chairman of the Investigation Commission on Maungtaw region, met with commission members yesterday morning at the Office of the President in Nay Pyi Taw and said a final report was forthcoming.
The Chairman said the commission’s report was already compiled, with some facts still to be discussed again among commission members.
“Due to the efforts of the investigation commission, a detailed report (draft) has been already compiled. In the draft report, eight major tasks to be investigated by the committee were written. At today’s meeting, detailed facts to be included in the report are to be discussed again. The commission is required to freely assess and suggest without having any bias, with a view to gaining stability, rule of law, development and security in Rakhine State and to the survival of sovereignty of the State. The commission will prepare its report to the best of its ability, to make sure it turns out to be the best. And the commission will advise to emphatically implement matters needed to be urgently carried out, as regards the suggestions included in the report, so that similar cases will never happen again.”
Following the approval of the minutes of the meeting, U Zaw Myint Pe, Secretary of the commission, clarified the status of preparation of the draft report according to the various headings.
Then, commission members U Aung Kyi, U Tun Myat, Dr Hla Maung, Dr Daw Thet Thet Zin, Dr Aung Tun Thet, U Nyunt Swe, U Saw Thalay Saw, Daw Kyein Ngai Man, Police Major-General Zaw Win, U Aung Naing and U Tha Nyan discussed the draft report.

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