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Personal feeling on party politics should not bring loss to the citizen’s education, health and other sectors: Senior General

DSC 6829 Min aung hlaing

State Administration Council Chairman Senior General Min Aung Hlaing holds talks with the Yangon Region Adiministration Council members and departmental officials in Yangon yesterday.

DSC 6829 Min aung hlaing

Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing yesterday afternoon met with members of Yangon Region Administration Council and departmental personnel at the office of Region Administration Council.
Chairman of Yangon Region Administration Council U Hla Soe and Yangon Mayor U Bo Htay reported to the Senior General on the region’s social, economic, health and regional development tasks, general matters, and beautifying of the city.
The Senior General explained at a meeting with civilian administrative bodies the development undertakings and political changes, the process of State responsibility taken in accord with the Pro Tem President’s duty assignment. However, some service personnel did not understand the Tatmadaw situation in discharging national politics’ duty and declaration of the State of Emergency for the country. Whatever it may be, personnel need to stay away from party politics. They have to divide duties and party politics. They have to serve the duties conscientiously. They need to abide by civil servant rules, although the government understands their absence in duty due to CDM activities against the government and coercion of unscrupulous persons. Personal feeling on party politics should not bring loss to the citizens’ education, health and other sectors.
People were dissatisfied with the endeavours of the governments they elected, so they staged no vote campaigns for elections. When the Yangon City Development Committee’s election in 2019 was held, more than 14 per cent of the Yangon City cast votes. So, those elected should not be genuine people’s representatives.
The election for YCDC was an assessment of the NLD government over the people. It issued various kinds of orders beyond the election law. During the election period, Tatmadaw members cast votes, along with the people, at polling booths outside the military units in line with disciplines and COVID-19 restrictions. The Tatmadaw inspected more than 10 million errors of voter lists in the election.
The Tatmadaw did not seize the State power but performed its tasks according to the law for ensuring the strengthening of democracy. The State Administration Council was formed with a fair ratio of military and civilian members to provide regular administration tasks in accord with democracy. Region and state administration councils were formed with only civilians.
The Tatmadaw wishes to ensure clean, honest democracy. Current voting frauds are very bad. Although simple efforts could secure the votes, such a move was similar to dishonest acts in examination to bag higher marks in the wrong way. It looks likes the event of Harry Tang unrest in 1956. The Hluttaw organization should not do the same as to “passing of examination because of Harry Tang”, and voting frauds are acts of assaulting and destroying democracy and people’s desire.

The Tatmadaw wishes to ensure clean, honest democracy. Current voting frauds are very bad. Although simple efforts could secure the votes, such a move was similar to dishonest acts in examination to bag higher marks in the wrong way. It looks likes the event of Harry Tang unrest in 1956. The Hluttaw organization should not do the same as to “passing of examination because of Harry Tang”, and voting frauds are acts of assaulting and destroying democracy and people’s desire.

The Senior General stressed the need to prioritize solving the difficulties of the people. Myanmar is based on agriculture and livestock breeding, exporting rice to countries. So, it is necessary to seek solutions for rice deficient areas of the country. The import of foodstuffs and personal goods must be reduced while these products must be produced at home for benefiting the country.
Later, the Senior General pointed out the improvement of economy, education, socio-economy, agriculture and livestock breeding, production, electrification, transport and human resources sectors.
In conclusion, the Senior General stressed the need for State service personnel to carry out their assigned tasks dutifully. They have to serve the State duties with individual conscientiousness for the sake of the country and the people. — MNA

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