August 12, 2017

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2nd Amyotha Hluttaw 3rd Regular Session’s 16th Meeting Held

Union Minister for Labour, Immigration and Population replied to the question raised by U Kyaw Ni Naing, constituency 11 of Shan State, “It is impossible to easily issue citizenship scrutiny card in smart certificates form like driving license cards and office staff identification cards with a few facts included.
In making citizenship scrutiny certificates in accord with 1982 Myanmar Citizenship Law, individually detailed facts on parents, grandparents and all in the lineage were recorded, thus it needs to take time to have Data installed to change from manual system to digital system. As there are over 37 million of people holding citizenship scrutiny certificates in the country, the ministry is making arrangements to change in smart card form in consultation with IT experts and organisations. Charges to pay for citizenship scrutiny certificates are designated in the procedure of Myanmar Citizenship Law.
To adapt the rates to current situations, amendment board has been formed to modify the changes, having submitted the amendments to the office of Attorney-General.
On receipt of the approval, it will be submitted to Union Government in accord with section 75 of Myanmar Citizenship Law.”
Deputy Minister for Border Affairs, Major General Than Htut, Dr Than Myint, Union Minister for Commerce and deputy minister for Education U Win Maw Tun replied to the questions raised by U Wheit Tin of constituency 11 of Chin State, U Nyi Sein of constituency 5 of Shan State and U Aye Bo of constituency 11 of Yangon Region—concerning suspension bridge spanning villages, land compensation matters and strengthened quality of new school buildings.
Then, Mahn Win Khaing Than, Speaker of Amyotha Hluttaw announced to enroll the names to table the Draft on Amendment of 1973 law on examination board of the Union of Myanmar sent back by the Pyithu Hluttaw, with amendment attached. As regards 2nd Amendment of Union Election Commission Law, U Aung Thein of constituency 12 of Bago Region and U Hla Oo of constituency 4 of Sagaing Region took part in the discussion.
Afterward, Naw Chris Htun (a) Dr Arr Kar Moe of constituency 7 of Kayin State, submitted the motion to Hluttaw whether there were arrangements to abolish Myanmar International Cooperation Agency or not, supported by Daw Mar Mar Lay of constituency 8 in Shan State.
Mahn Win Khaing Than, Speaker of Amyotha Hluttaw announced that parliamentarians could enroll names to table the motion in the next meeting. It is learnt that 17th Meeting of 3rd Session of 2nd Pyithu Hluttaw will be held on December 19.

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