Pyithu Hluttaw decides not to recall its Speaker through majority votes

Pyithu Hluttaw holds its final-day meeting of 16th regular session yesterday. Photo: MNA

The 16th regular session of Pyithu Hluttaw held its final day after the 6 meetings yesterday, with the major decision to vote against a motion for recalling its Speaker.

After the debates of 24 representatives, there were 132 votes for, 243 against the motion, with 5 abstentions to turn down the proposal submitted by some Hluttaw representatives in accordance with Section 117 of Pyithu Hluttaw Bylaw 2013.

Deputy Speaker U Tun Tun Hein also announced the recall motion did not win majority votes to pass in line with the by-law section 119 (a).
In his concluding remark, the Deputy Speaker acknowledged the coordination of Hluttaw representatives and the staff members of Hluttaw office in their works for successful holding of 16th session.

He also urged the MPs to work in the front line of prevention against the COVID-19 in their respective constituencies, while they are maintaining responsible attitudes for the reputation of Hluttaws. — Aye Aye Thant(Translated by Aung Khin)

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