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Amyotha Hluttaw MPs raise queries on illegal liquor license, national sports plans

MPs discussed an issue on strict enforcement of regulations on liquor sales at Amyotha Hluttaw.—MNA
MPs discussed an issue on strict enforcement of regulations on liquor sales at Amyotha Hluttaw.—MNA

Nay Pyi Taw, 22 July — Strict enforcement of regulations on reduction of illegal liquor sales will continue while the number of beverage license is being decreased year by year, Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Brig-Gen Kyaw Kyaw Tun told the Amyotha Hluttaw on Wednesday.
The ministry has issued 41,040 liquor licenses for the fiscal year, 170 fewer than last year, under 30 categories.  Deputy Minister for Sports U Thaung Htike replied to queries about national sports plans. He said a total of 40 townships across the country do not have sports grounds or stadiums. He also urged other government agencies to inform the Union government and the sports ministry if sports facilities are renovated for other purposes.
The Myanmar Red Cross Society Bill with an amendment from Pyithu Hluttaw was submitted for approval, and the report on the Arbitration Bill was read out. The Bill on the Brothel Suppression Act was submitted for approval, and was read out to the parliament. The report on the Bill amending the Blood and Blood Products Law was submitted and with a call for suggestions from parliamentarians.—MNA

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