Pyithu Hluttaw raises queries to ministries, discusses legal amendment bill

Deputy Minister for Education U Win Maw Tun. Photo: MNA
Deputy Minister for Education U Win Maw Tun. Photo: MNA

Pyithu Hluttaw held its second-day meeting yesterday, raising asterisked questions to the ministries, tabled a bill, explained a report and discussed a motion.
MP U Win Win from Minbu constituency asked for opening a Government Technical Institute in Minbu (Saku) Township.
Deputy Minister for Education U Win Maw Tun replied that the ministry has a plan to construct a Government Technical Institute in Minbu Townsip.
MP U Nay Lin Aung from Mindat constituency asked for further expansion for the road section of Mindat-Matupi highway in Mindat Town and filling of earth between the main road and the houses which were removed backward for the project.
Deputy Minister for Construction Dr Kyaw Linn replied the soil retaining walls will be constructed with the Union budget and State government budget phase by phase on the availability of budgets.
MP Daw Ni Ni May Myint from Taungup constituency asked for upgrade of inter-village road into an earth road in her constituency.
Deputy Minister Dr Kyaw Linn replied that budget will be proposed for the 2020-2021 financial year to upgrade this road.
MP U Sein Myint from Myingyan constituency asked for upgrade of technical college into the level of institute in his constituency and MP U Nyan Hein from Thanbyuzayat constituency about amendment of procedures for refilling the vacancies of heads of schools at the high schools. Deputy Minister for Education U Win Maw Tun replied the questions.
Deputy Minister Dr Kyaw Linn replied to the questions of MP U Tun Tun Naing from Kani constituency about upgrade of an inter-village road in his constituencies and MP Dr Zaw Win Myint from Singu constituency about upgrade of an inter-village road for all seasons.
Supreme Court of the Union Judge U Myo Tint tabled the amendment bill on the Code of Civil Procedure, and Bill Committee member U Aung Sein explained the report.
The nine MPs of Pyithu Hluttaw discussed a motion tabled by MP U Nyan Lin from Shwepyitha constituency in urging the government for selecting representatives of students at basic and higher education schools as a move to develop democratic practices and multi-sectoral development among young generations.
The motion was approved by the Hluttaw without objection.
The third-day meeting of Pyithu Hluttaw will convene on 15 July.—Aye Aye Thant (MNA) (Translated by Aung Khin)

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