Union Minister U Min Thu meets GAD staff of Magway Region

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Union Minister for the Office of the Union Government, U Min Thu, greets staff of Magway Region General Administration Department in Magway yesterday. Photo : MNA

U Min Thu, the Union Minister for the Office of the Union Government, met with staff of the Magway Region General Administration Department at the meeting hall of the regional combined office yesterday.
Firstly, the head of the Magway Region GAD, U Wai Zin Tun, introduced the Union Minister to everyone in attendance and explained about the Regional GAD’s processes and performances. The Union Minister then delivered a speech.
Four vision and mission
statements, three tasks
The Union Minister said it has been four months since the GAD was transferred to the Ministry of the Office of Union Government. He said the GAD has successfully laid down four vision and mission statements and three tasks for reform in order to change itself into a department that is in line with the President’s guidelines, the Union Government’s policy, and the political system desired by the people.
The Union Minister said the first three months were given to physical reforms and the second three months will be geared towards reforming the essence of the GAD. He said the related tasks have been submitted to the President and the State Counsellor. He said the State Counsellor has pointed out the need for GAD staff to be familiar with the Myanmar Sustainable Development Plan (MSDP) when implementing the One State-One Township project.
The One State-One Township Project need to be in line with MSDP as well as being a project truly required by the country and the people and thus our GAD personnel need to understand the MSDP project.
Arrangements to form a Regulatory Review Unit consisting of two ministry advisor, ministry and GAD personnel to draw up personnel hand book and personnel ethic and to review enactments and work processes were made.
As our ministry was among the ministries that were to establish Corruption Prevention Unit (CPU), preparations were made to reorganize the setup of ministry office and once this was available, preparations were made to draw up prevention and preventive programs.
In the same way in the reorganized ministerial organization, expansion of GAD training school was included with the aims of changing curriculum to be in line with the time and era, changing the lessons, connecting with international level university to conduct administrative courses.
Arrangements were also made to have the human resources management system transparent, systematic and just to promote and transfer GAD personnel.
Reassessment committees at Nay Pyi Taw, state/region, district, township, ward/village levels were reformed to resolve cases pertaining to land confiscation according to the guidelines established by the President and the State Counsellor.
The main duty and responsibility in the committees were assigned to GAD personnel who serves as secretaries in Nay Pyi Taw, state/region land assessment committee while GAD personnel serves as chairmen and secretaries in district land assessment committee. GAD personnel serves as chairman and secretaries in township land assessment committees.
Therefore, our GAD personnel were to perform their departmental works as well as duties and responsibilities in the land assessment committees and were urged to perform their works quickly, according to prevailing laws and rules.
Magway Region land assessment committee was seen to be lagging behind in its works and thus was urged to speed up their works.
Next, matters raised by Magway region, district and township GAD personnel were coordinated by the Union Minister and the Union Minister remarked on following and complying with ministry’s policy and work processes.—MNA (Translated by Zaw Htet Oo/Zaw Min)

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