Peaceful assembly law debated by MPs

Amyotha Hluttaw is being convinced. Photo: Myanmar News Agency
Amyotha Hluttaw is being convinced. Photo: Myanmar News Agency

A bill to amend the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Law tabled by bill committee secretary Dr. Myat Nyana Soe of the Yangon Region constituency (3) was debated by MPs at the Amyotha Hluttaw yesterday.
The issue was discussed by U Khin Maung Latt of Rakhine State constituency (3), U Soe Thein @ U Maung Soe of the Taninthayi Region constituency (10), Naw Hla Hla Soe of the Yangon Region constituency (10), U Kyaw Kyaw Win of Rakhine State constituency No (8) and U Htay Oo of the Yangon Region constituency (2).
This was followed by Anti-Corruption Committee Secretary U San Win tabling a bill on the amendment to an anti-corruption law (fourth revision), after which a report by the bill committee on the bill was read by bill committee member U Than Lwin.
Amyotha Hluttaw Speaker Mahn Win Khaing Than then requested the Hluttaw representatives who wanted to discuss the bill to enrol their names.
During the meeting, two asterisk-marked questions were answered by Deputy Minister for Education U Win Maw Tun.
First, U Maung Maung Latt of the Sagaing Region constituency (9) asked if there was any plan to upgrade the sub-basic education high school in Sagaing Region, Tamu Town, ward no. (2), to a basic education high school.
The Deputy Minister said there were only 156 students in the subject school, and it is only a mile from Tamu Town Basic Education High School.
U Myo Htat (a) Salai Myo Htike of Chin State constituency (12) also asked a similar question on the plan to upgrade the sub-basic education middle school in Paletwa Town, Yeikkha Toe Che (Myothit), to a sub-basic education high school
The seventh regular session of the second Amyotha Hluttaw will hold its 25th-day meeting on 7 March.—Aye Aye Thant (MNA)

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