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Only when the scrutiny has been completed over the ground survey for the whole nation will correct statistics reach the national database set up by the State Administration Council: Vice-Senior General

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State Administration Council Vice-Chair Deputy Prime Minister Vice-Senior General Soe Win presides over the work coordination meeting of compiling the voter lists for the election, in Nay Pyi Taw on 6 July 2022.

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Relevant departments can verify the data in a rapid manner by applying the facts and figures from the national database main server, said Vice-Chairman of the State Administration Council Deputy Prime Minister Vice-Senior General Soe Win at the work coordination meeting of compiling the voter lists for the election at the office of SAC Chairman in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday afternoon.
Speaking at the meeting, the Vice-Senior General said that as of 21 April, data on already issued citizenship scrutiny cards were compiled and these were put into the data. The process was implemented by those from relevant departments from regions and states, election commission staff, personnel from the Ministry of Immigration and Population, members of the Tatmadaw and the Myanmar Police Force and volunteers, totalling over 3,600 with the use of more than 3,000 computers. They could put more than 51 million already-issued citizenship scrutiny cards to computer data till 21 June within two months.
In the second phase, data from Form 66/6 will be checked with statistics from Form (4). Only when the second phase process is complete will field trips be made to the grassroots level to do cross-checks among regions and states. Only when the scrutiny has been completed over the ground survey for the whole nation will correct statistics reach the national database set up by the State Administration Council. Relevant departments can verify the data in a rapid manner by applying the facts and figures from the national database main server. Hence, it is necessary to systematically carry out the work programmes in Phase II and III in a timely manner. If so, the election will be free and fair, correct and accurate. That is why they have to continuously cooperate with the ministry in the collection of immigration data to benefit the citizens and departments.
Chairman of the Union Election Commission U Thein Soe reported on counterchecking the process for ensuring correct voter lists, Union Minister for Home Affairs Lt-Gen Soe Htut on the collection of the population in regions and states and Union Minister for Immigration and Population U Khin Yi on cooperation for compiling the correct voter lists.
The chairman of Nay Pyi Taw Council, chief ministers of regions and states and officials discussed the collection of immigration data. The meeting ended with remarks by the Vice-Senior General. — MNA

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