UEC informs to inspect political parties


The Union Election Commission (UEC) is committed to the development of a genuine and disciplined multiparty democracy.
The UEC is inspecting the formation of the political parties under the Law on Registration of the Parties and systematically implementing the provisions of that law. Party membership of political parties, collecting party funds and resources, maintenance, use, auditing and liquidation and whether the party activities are carried out under the law are being inspected.
The inspection was carried out by inspection teams and members of the Union Election Commission led by the Office of the Auditor-General of the Union consisting of departmental representatives from the Internal Revenue Department and the Bureau of Special Investigation.
A total of 67 political parties including five parties based in Kachin State, two Kayin State-based parties, two parties based in Sagaing Region, one party based in Taninthayi Region, three parties based in Bago Region, two parties based in Mandalay Region, three parties based in Mon State, seven parties based in Rakhine State, 24 parties based in Yangon Region, 13 parties based in Shan State, one party based in Ayeyawady Region and four parties based in Union Territory have been inspected.
Yangon Region-based parties such as the National Unity Party, 88 Generation Students (Union of Myanmar), the National League for Democracy and the Shan Nationalities League for Democracy have been informed by the UEC from 14 to 18 February 2022. From 21 to 25 February, Yangon Region-based parties such as the Modern People’s Party, Union of Myanmar Federation of National Politics, Kaman National Development Party and the Yeomanry Development Party have been informed to be examined, according to the UEC. —MNA

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