SAC Vice-Chair Dy PM Vice-Senior General Soe Win addresses meeting of scrutinizing body for conferring titles and medals of honour for 2023

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State Administration Council Vice-Chairman Deputy Prime Minister Vice-Senior General Soe Win chairs the meeting of the scrutinizing body to confer titles and medals of honour for 2023 yesterday.

Vice-Chairman of the State Administration Council Deputy Prime Minister Vice-Senior General Soe Win addressed the meeting of the scrutinizing body for awarding titles and medals of honour for 2023 held at the meeting hall of the SAC Chairman yesterday afternoon.
In his address, the Deputy Prime Minister said that responsible personnel are required to make a systematic choice for awarding titles and medals to those who delivered an extraordinary performance in building the nation, soldiers and policemen who sacrificed lives and limbs for the sake of national peace and stability and rule of law and public servants.
He added that there will be 12 categories of titles and medals to be awarded to people from all fields and all spheres of life and the list of those who deserve to be awarded will be announced on the diamond jubilee Independence Day which falls on 4 January 2023.
Moreover, he said, titles and medals will be given to civil servants who were killed or injured in carrying out their duties following the guidance of the SAC Chairman and Prime Minister, soldiers and policemen for their bravery and government employees who did outstanding performance in their respective fields.
The Deputy Prime Minister continued to say that honouring those to whom honour is due is following the 38 principles for the beatific life, sermon given by the Lord Buddha, and it is necessary to make careful scrutiny so that civil servants and security forces who gave their lives in carrying out their respective work are not left out.
All those responsible personnel present at the meeting put forward reports and suggestions to the Deputy Prime Minister and he coordinated the reports and suggestions and gave necessary advice on them. Then, he delivered the concluding remarks and the meeting came to a close.—MNA

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