U Kyaw Myo, Deputy Minister for Transport and Communications, submitted to Amyotha Hluttaw a bill to amend the Telecommunications Law at yesterday’s meeting held in Ny Pyi Taw.
A draft bill including the remarks and additions of Union Attorney General office was submitted by the Security, Stability and Rules of Law Committee to the Union government’s meeting on 6 July, where it was decided the bill would be submitted to Pyidaungsu Hluttaw, said the Deputy Minister.
A report by the committee to amend the Telecommunications Law was then read and explained by U Lal Min Htan of Chin State constituency 10.
The Amyotha Hluttaw Speaker announced that interested Hluttaw representatives should register their names to discuss the bill. Next, a report by the Bill Committee on a bill amending the guardian and ward law that was confirmed and sent with amendment by Pyithu Hluttaw was read by U Sai Tun Aung of Shan State constituency 2. Enrollment for discussing the bill was announced by the Amyotha Hluttaw Speaker.
A report by the Bill Committee on a bill amending the Christian Marriage Act that had been confirmed and sent with amendment by Pyithu Hluttaw was then read by Daw Kyin Ngike Mann of Chin State constituency 7. In yesterday’s meeting, reports by the Bill Committee on a bill amending the special marriage act that had been confirmed and sent with amendment by Pyithu Hluttaw and a bill amending the Myanmar divorce act were explained and read, and announcements to enroll for discussing the bills were also made.
Aung Ye Thwin, Aye Aye Thant