February 23, 2017

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Amyotha Hluttaw raises publication of laws, approval for fire services depts

Publication of laws and approval for fire departments were discussed at yesterday’s meeting of the Amyotha Hluttaw.
U Htay Oo of Yangon Constituency (2) asked: “Are there plans to portray the recently ratified laws in the annual publication of law manual?” to which Union Minister for Information Dr Pe Myint replied that through the years, national organisations have compiled all ratified laws, rules and regulations and in this endeavor there has been annual publishing and compilations of not only laws and rules and regulations, but also announcements and notifications and the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Office has annual publishing.
Schedule for publishing is determined by the department or ministry in charge of publishing and the Union Supreme Court takes in consideration the amount of ratified legal documents in the year before publishing.
Dr. Pe Myint further stated the Ministry of Information distributes the ratified legal documents in accord with the national ordination and that national departments and ministries concerned publish their own ratified laws, and other legal documents.
The Ministry of Information communicates with concerned ministries and departments wishing to feature their ratified legal documents in the publication.
U Win Maung of Magway constituency (6) asked: “Is there consideration for approving the appointment of a fire services department and fire engines in Faunglim Village in Salin Township, Magway?” to which Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Major-General Aung Soe replied of the 69 fire services department bases in the Magway Region, fire services department buildings have been constructed in 18 bases with 51 bases left for construction, and fire engines have been appointed to 23 of the bases with 46 bases awaiting.
The Magway Fire Services Department is working in line with the allotted national budget to build residential buildings for staffs and appoint vehicles and machineries in areas approved by the constitution. The Faunglim village, Salin Township in Magway has not received constitutional approval, therefore construction of fire services department building and assigning of fire engines will have to wait.
U Mya Min Swe of Magway constituency (9) asked: “Is there consideration for transferring the 25.20 acre Myakantha Park (No.235) Light Infantry Division in Pakkoku into the hands of the City Development Committee?” to which Deputy Minister for Defence Major-General Myint Nwe replied due to possible security issues for the regiment in Pakkoku, the 25.20 acre Myakantha Park (No.235) Light Infantry Division is not under consideration for transference, but that there are other viable parks in Pakkoku, and the Ministry of Defence deposits the payment for land lease in its revenue receipt.
Afterwards, Bill Committee member U Kyaw Kyaw presented the committee’s findings and deductions concerning the “Bill for amendment of the 1973 Law concerning the Union of Myanmar Examination Department.” Hluttaw Chairman then verified the drafted bill according to the decision made by the Hluttaw and amendments of the Pyithu Hluttaw.

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