MoLIP discusses progress in e-ID registration for population

The Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population held a meeting on the progress in the e-ID registration for population yesterday.
Union Minister U Thein Swe explained the leading of ministry in this process since four years ago with initial studying, discussions with experts, organizing the presentation of IT companies and workshop on the e-ID system. The e-ID Work Committee has also formed sub-committees and discussed with relevant departments at national and sub-national levels about legal reforms for this system.
Experts assigned by the India government is giving technical advice for this programme via online to meet the process with international standards.
The Union Minister also emphasized cooperation of relevant committees to implement the programme successfully, to follow the working procedures in the whole process, and to carry out the works in a real-time manner, while the relevant sub-committees are to maintain the momentum of implementation with responsible and accountable manners.
Deputy Minister U Myint Kyaing, Permanent Secretary U Aye Lwin and officials reported progress in works and the possible challenges.
In his concluding remark, the Union Minister gave advice on future plans for developing an e-ID law that can relate to other laws.—MNA (Translated by Aung Khin)

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