Pyithu Hluttaw convenes 11th day meeting, approves bills, presents annual reports

MP U Kyaw Aung Lwin.  Photo : MNA
MP U Kyaw Aung Lwin. Photo : MNA
MP U Myo Tint.  Photo : MNA
MP U Myo Tint. Photo : MNA
MP U Saw Thalay Saw.  Photo : MNA
MP U Saw Thalay Saw. Photo : MNA

The 14th regular session of second Pyithu Hluttaw held its 11th day meeting with answers to asterisk questions, approval of three bills and three annual report.
MP U Saw Thalay Saw from Shwegyin constituency asked about monitoring and controlling of the Supreme Court on the documentation of daily records at the courts.
Union Supreme Court Judge U Myo Tint explained the directive of public judges panel for checking the records of proceedings at the High Courts of States/Regions, district courts and township courts, and the Union Supreme Court reviewed the reports on records.
MP U Kyaw Aung Lwin from Sedoktara constituency asked about development programmes to be taken in his constituency with poor transportation, healthcare services, education and economy.
Deputy Minister U Maung Maung Win replied that Hluttaw representatives have submitted requests for development programmes in respective areas, and township committees are also carrying out developing programmes in collaboration with civil communities, social organizations and relevant departments.
He added that the government will also implement these programmes in this constituency according to the list of priorities.
MP U Maung Myint from Mingin constituency asked to open a new police station for the areas of Kyway village and upstream of river.
Deputy Minister Maj-Gen Aung Thu turned down the request as he assured the area already has enough security, good transportation and lower criminal rates, however, a police station can be run there, if it is needed, with the approval of Union government.
MP U Ba Shein from Kyaukpyu constituency asked about a court proceeding of trespassing case at the Kyaukpyu district court.
Union Supreme Court Judge U Myo Tint replied to the question.
MP U Kan Myint from Thayet constituency asked about the process of other accounts (OA) at state-owned enterprises. Deputy Minister U Maung Maung Win answered it.
MP U Khin Maung Myint from Yaksawk constituency asked possible opening of local fire station and deployment of fire engines for Kyaukgu village in Intaw Town of his constituency.
MP Dr Khin Maung Maung from Dagon Myothit (North) constituency asked about compensations for the owners whose 68 shops were removed from the compound of traffic police training school 17 years ago.
These two questions were answered by Maj-Gen Aung Thu.Fifth amendment bills on Pyithu Hluttaw, Amyotha Hluttaw, State/Region Election Laws
Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker U T Khun Myat announced approval of three provisions agreed by the bill committee and the two provisions amended by the bill committee despite amendments of Amyotha Hluttaw, in the fifth amendment bill on Pyithu Hluttaw Election Law sent back by the Amyotha Hluttaw with the recommendations of Union Election Commission and the agreements of the Hluttaw.
The motion on amending the bill tabled by Tatmadaw representative Lt-Col Htin Linn Oo was approved by the Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker with the decisions of bill committee and UEC.
The Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker then announced the whole fifth amendment bill and the amendments of paragraphs on Pyithu Hluttaw Election Law.
Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker U T Khun Myat announced approval of three provisions agreed by the bill committee and the two provisions amended by the bill committee despite amendments of Amyotha Hluttaw, in the fifth amendment bill on Amyotha Hluttaw Election Law sent back by the Amyotha Hluttaw with the recommendations of Union Election Commission and the agreements of the Hluttaw.
The Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker then announced the whole fifth amendment bill and the amendments of paragraphs on Amyotha Hluttaw Election Law.
Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker U T Khun Myat announced approval of three provisions agreed by the bill committee and the two provisions amended by the bill committee despite amendments of Amyotha Hluttaw, in the fifth amendment bill on State/Regional Hluttaw Election Law sent back by the Amyotha Hluttaw with the recommendations of Union Election Commission and the agreements of the Hluttaw.
The motion on amending the bill tabled by Tatmadaw representative Major Zin Linn was approved by the Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker with the decisions of bill committee and UEC.
The Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker then announced the whole fifth amendment bill and the amendments of paragraphs on State Hluttaw/Regional Hluttaw Election Law.
Annual reports of Pyithu Hluttaw committees
Annual report of Pyithu Hluttaw Farmers and Workers Affairs Committee was presented by its member Daw Ni Ni May Myint, and the Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker invited to submit the names of MP who want to discuss the report.
The Pyithu Hluttaw Electricity and Energy Development Committee’s annual report was explained by U Soe Myint, the secretary of committee, saying the committee’s works on development of electricity and energy sector in cooperation with local and international organizations, coordination with the ministry and sharing experiences from oversea study tours.
The Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker invited to submit the names of MPs who want to discuss the report.
The Pyithu Hluttaw Public Affairs Management Committee’s annual report was presented by Daw Khin Than Nu, the member of committee. The Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker invited to submit the names of MPs who want to discuss the report.
The 14th regular session of second Pyithu Hluttaw will convene its 12th day meeting on 6 December.—MNA(Translated by Aung Khin)

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