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Speaker U Win Myint receives IPU’s Technical Cooperation Programme Manager

Speaker of Pyithu Hluttaw U Win Myint received Ms. Norah Babic, Technical Cooperation Programme Manager of Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and party at the Pyithu Hluttaw Building in Nay Pyi Taw on July 4, 2017.

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Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker receives Nepalese former PM

Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker U Win Myint received Mr. Madhav Kumar Nepal, Member of the Parliament and Former Prime Minister of Nepal, and party at the Pyithu Hluttaw Building, Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.

At the meeting, they exchanged views on peace process, political experience and setting up a federal democratic system.

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2nd Pyithu Hluttaw 5th regular session 25th day meeting held

Fifth regular session of the second Pyithu Hluttaw 25th day meeting was held yesterday morning, clarifying eight issues and confirming a report and a bill by the Hluttaw.

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2nd Pyithu Hluttaw 5th regular session 24th day meeting

Pyithu Hluttaw decided to record and wait for future undertaking a motion by Daw Yin Min Hlaing of Gangaw constituency urging the union government to upgrade the national health sector by reforming the nursing circle that is the most important and basic workforce for people’s health after discussing the motion in 2nd Pyithu Hluttaw 5th

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2nd Pyithu Hluttaw 5th regular session 23rd day meeting

In the Pyithu Hluttaw meeting held yesterday, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs U Kyaw Tin responded to a question by U Hla Htay Win of Zeyathiri constituency on arrangements made by the government on objecting and resisting a resolution by United Nations Human Rights Council forming and sending a Rakhine State fact -finding mission.

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Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker U Win Myint receives New Zealand’s Ambassador

Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker U Win Myint received H.E. Mr. Steve Marshall, Ambassador of New Zealand to Myanmar at the Pyithu Hluttaw Building Hall in Nay Pyi Taw at 2:00 pm yesterday. During the meeting, they discussed matters relating to legislative sectors, investments, bilateral friendships, cooperation and democratic transition in Myanmar.

Reference : GNLM

June 30, 2017

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Pyithu Hluttaw discusses new government housing project, meat slaughter tenders

Nay Pyi Taw Council Member U Aung Myint Tun told the Pyithu Hluttaw yesterday that 43 government staff housing complexes are planned in Nay Pyi Taw in FY2017-2018, costing approximately Ks16 billion. A separate construction project is planned for retired workers and rental residences for government staff.

U Aung Myint Tun also responded to a question about competition in the animal slaughter industry.

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2nd Pyithu Hluttaw 5th regular session holds its 21st day meeting

At the Pyithu Hluttaw meeting held yesterday, Dr Tun Naing, Deputy Minister for Electricity and Energy replied to the query raised by Daw Nam Kham Aye of Namtu constituency as to how much income has been received from the sale of natural gas of 12 billion cubic feet for 30-year period from Rakhine offshore which is 793 km long and when 5% of the earning from the approved sale will be handed over to the budget fund of the Shan Sta

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2nd Pyithu Hluttaw 5th regular session holds its 21st day meeting

At the Pyithu Hluttaw meeting held yesterday, Dr Tun Naing, Deputy Minister for Electricity and Energy replied to the query raised by Daw Nam Kham Aye of Namtu constituency as to how much income has been received from the sale of natural gas of 12 billion cubic feet for 30-year period from Rakhine offshore which is 793 km long and when 5% of the earning from the approved sale will be handed over to the budget fund of the Shan Sta

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Long-term projects that caused grievances to people discussed at Pyithu Hluttaw

At yesterday’s Pyithu Hluttaw meeting it was decided that the Hluttaw would record the motion urging the Union Government to re-scrutinise long-term projects which caused loss of life and destruction of property, as well as those enterprises approved by previous governments which met with disapproval by the public.

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