NSPNC meets working group of political parties

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The meeting between the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee and the working group of political parties is in progress.

The meeting between the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee-NSPNC and the working group of political parties was held at the National Solidarity and Peacemaking Centre’s meeting hall yesterday morning.
SAC Member Union Minister at the Union Government Office National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee Chairman Lt-Gen Yar Pyae and committee members, leader of the working group of political parties Shan Nationalities Democratic Party (SNDP) Chairman U Sai Aik Pao and representatives of the working group attended the meeting.
National Solidarity and Peacemaking Negotiation Committee Chairman Lt-Gen Yar Pyae and SNDP Chairman U Sai Aik Pao gave opening remarks at the meeting.
Afterwards, each point of NSPNC’s findings on proposals of the working group of political parties concerning amendment points to the 2008 Constitution was discussed throughout the meeting and participants exchanged their views.
Then, the NSPNC clarified the findings on the practice of federalism in Germany and presented the lists of pending legislation from Table 1 and Table 2 provided in the 2008 Constitution.
Afterwards, mutual views from both sides were collected and documented before the chairpersons of the NSPNC and SNDP made closing speeches. — MNA

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