Supreme Court of the Union implements three-year strategic plan for completion of year long civil cases

Supreme Court Judge U Soe Nyunt.
Supreme Court Judge U Soe Nyunt.

U Hla Swe of Magway Region constituency No 12 asked plans for opening courts of civil cases at the 39th day session of

Deputy Minister at the President Office  U Aung Thein.
Deputy Minister at the President Office
U Aung Thein.

Amyotha Hluttaw on Thursday.
Supreme Court Judge U Soe Nyunt replied that the Supreme Court of the Union has no plan to open the separate courts to hear civil cases but it has adopted a three-year strategic plan (2015-17) that will cover completion of year long civil cases.
U Sai San Min of Shan State Constituency No 3 asked a question whether there is a plan to install more traffic lights in Lashio and to repair three damaged lights. Deputy Minister at the President Office U Aung Thein said that No 65 traffic police platoon installed traffic lights at Lashiogyi junction, Namtu junction, Kholaung junction and Mandalay junction as of 8 November 2008 by spending the traffic rules fund. Tow traffic lights at Kholaung junction and Namtu junction are in operation but remaining lights had been damaged in bad weather since September 2014. The traffic police squad plans to install yellow traffic lights at Meitan junction and water fountain junction so as to ease traffic congestion. Arrangements are being made to install more traffic lights and slow down in Lashio. And, a coordination meeting will be made between the traffic police squad and district traffic rules enforcement committee for repairing the damaged lights.
The speaker of Amyotha Hluttaw sought approval for each paragraphs of the health care bill for control of population rate sent back by the Pyithu Hluttaw with amendments.
Amyotha Hluttaw ethnic affairs, easing conflict and peace-making process committee submitted its report to the Hluttaw and sought the approval.

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