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Republic of the Union of Myanmar Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee

Republic of the Union of Myanmar
Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee
Notification 2/2017
5th Waning of Tabodwe 1378 ME
16 February 2017
Formation of Working Committees

1.     Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee will form working committees for systematic implementation of the tasks based on the subjects to be discussed at the dialogues, as follows:
(A)    Work Committee for Discussing  Political Affairs,
(B)    Work Committee for Discussing Social Affairs,
(C)    Work Committee for Discussing Economic Affairs,
(D)    Work Committee for Discussing Security Affairs,
(E)    Work Committee for Discussing Policies on Land and Natural Environmental Affairs
2.    In forming these committees, it has been agreed and decided each working committee shall comprise of four representatives each from Union Peace Conference—21st Century Panglong, from the government, ethnic armed groups and officially organized political parties and UPDJC’s secretary 3 members, 15 altogether.
3.    Now, respective groups have submitted approved list of names of representatives to be assigned in working committees, accordingly, working committees of the UPDJC have been formed as follows:
(A)    Work Committee for Discussing  Political affairs
(1)    U Khin Zaw Oo    (Tatmadaw)
(2)    Dr Hlyan Hmon Sar Khaung    (Ethnic armed group)
(3)    Sai Kyaw Nyunt     (Political party)
(4)    Brig-Gen Tin Aung    (Tatmadaw)
(5)    Brig-Gen Hla Than Maung    (Tatmadaw)
(6)    U Htay Win Aung    (Pyithu Hluttaw Representative)
(7)    U Kyaw Kyaw Han     (Director-General, President’s Office)
(8)    Dr Sai Oo    (Ethnic armed group)
(9)    Saw El Kalu Say     (Ethnic armed group)
(10)    Saw San Nyein Thu     (Ethnic armed group)
(11)    Saw Ku Ku    (Ethnic armed group)
(12)    U Zam Za Mone    (Political party)
(13)    Sai Bo Aung    (Political party)
(14)    Dr Tu Jar    (Political party)
(15)    U Aung Kyi Nyunt    (Political party)
(B)    Work Committee for Discussing Social Affairs
(1) U Zaw Htay    (Acting Director-General, Ministry of State Counsellor’s Office )
(2) U Sai La    (Ethnic armed group)
(3) U Naing Ngan Lin     (Political party)
(4) Maj-Gen Nay Lin    (Tatmadaw)
(5) Daw  Zin Mar Aung    (Pyithu Hluttaw Representative)
(6) U Naing Swe Oo     (Acting Director-General, President’s Office)
(7) Dr San San Aye    (Acting Director-General, Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement)
(8)    Mi Su Pwint    (Ethnic armed group)
(9)    Saw Sae Bwe    (Ethnic armed group)
(10)    Khun Thomas    (Ethnic armed group)
(11)    Naw Sandar Paing    (Ethnic armed group)
(12)    Daw Aye Thidar Myint    (Political party)
(13) U Tint Swe    (Political party)
(14)    U Sam Saung Kar    (Political party)
(15)    U Shwe Min    (Political party)
(C)    Work Committee for Discussing Economic Affairs
(1)    U Hla Maung Shwe    (Peace Commission)
(2)    Daw Saw Mya Yarzar Lin    (Ethnic armed group)
(3)    Min Kyaw Zeyar Oo    (Political party)
(4)    Brig-Gen Thaik Soe    (Tatmadaw)
(5)    Mi Kun Chan    (Pyithu Hluttaw Representative)
(6)    U Barat Singh    (Director-General,  President’s Office)
(7)    U Aung Naing Oo    (Director-General, Ministry of Planning and Finance)
(8)    Salai Htalar Hay    (Ethnic armed group)
(9)    Pado Saw Tar Do Mu    (Ethnic armed group)
(10)    Sai Hlyan    (Ethnic armed group)
(11) Khun Tin Shwe Oo    (Ethnic armed group)
(12) U Tun Naing    (Political party)
(13)    U Thein Tun    (Political party)
(14)    U Marcos    (Political party)
(15)    U Thar Tun Hla    (Political party)
(D)    Work Committee for Discussing Security Affairs
(1)    Maj-Gen Soe Naing Oo    (Tatmadaw)
(2)    U Myo Win    (Ethnic armed group)
(3)    U Tar Hla Pe    (Political party)
(4)    Maj-Gen Tin Maung Win    (Tatmadaw)
(5)    Brig-Gen Sein Tun Hla    (Tatmadaw)
(6)    U  Inhton Khar Naw Sam    (Pyithu Hluttaw Representative)
(7)    Dr Chaw Chaw Sein    (Professor, International Relations Department, Yangon University)
(8)    Sao Baung Khay    (Ethnic armed group)
(9)    Pado Saw Aung Win Shwe    (Ethnic armed group)
(10)    Pu Htet Ni    (Ethnic armed group)
(11)    U Khaing Tun Win    (Ethnic armed group)
(12)    Dr Aung Myat Oo    (Political party)
(13)    U Saw Tun Aung Myint     (Political party)
(14)    U Myint Naing    (Political party)
(15)    Daw Nan Khin Sein Myint    (Political party)
(F)    Work Committee for Discussing Policies on Land and Environmental Affairs
V(1)    U Aung Soe    (Pyithu Hluttaw Representative)
(2)    Khun Myint Tun    (Ethnic armed group)
(3)    U Myint Soe    (Political party)
(4)    Brig-Gen Aung  Thein Oo      (Tatmadaw)
(5)    U Soe Win    (Amyotha Hluttaw Representative)
(6)    U Zaw Min Latt    (Amyotha Hluttaw Representative)
(7)    Dr Wah Wah Maung    (Director-General, Planning and Finance Ministry)
(8)    U San Ni    (Ethnic armed group)
(9)    Saw Delnald    (Ethnic armed group)
(10)    Saw Hlay Say    (Ethnic armed group)
(11)    Sai Sai Ngin    (Ethnic armed group)
(12)    Daw Dwe Bu    (Political party)
(13)    U Hla Khaing    (Political party)
(14)    Khun Tun Shwe    (Political party)
(15)    U Aik Saw    (Political party)
4.    Responsibilities and Authorities of the above-said working committees are as follow:
(A)    Working committees are required to compile suggestions and proposals concerning the matters assigned to them to submit to the secretary of Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee.
(B)    Working committees are required to scrutinize and compile proposals on policy without more than 3 ways to be chosen after negotiating repeatedly over suggestions and proposals submitted by national-level political dialogues, to submit to the secretary of the Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee.
(C)    If needed, co-operation can be made between working committees.
(D)    In case, there appear disagreements that cannot be solved within a working committee or among working committees, the matter must be submitted to the Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee via secretary of the UPDJC for the decision.
(E)    Working committees must perform in accord with the prescription in the nationwide ceasefire agreement and the framework on political dialogue, in implementing the works in their respective subjects.
(F)    Working committees must perform meetings of the subjects to be discussed, in accord with the principles of the aims of the framework on political dialogues.
(G)    Working committees are required to discuss negotiations concerning their respective subjects repeatedly and find solutions, at the working committee level. If necessary, working committees can invite responsible persons who can answer in consultation with respective departments and organizations; intellectuals, scholars and experts assumed to know well about the subject, for negotiation.
(H)    Working committees are to serve the duties assigned occasionally by the UPDJC.
(I)    Working committees must supervise and give guidance by forming necessary sub-committees with the approval of UPDJC.
(J)    Discussions and meeting records discussed in the meetings of working committee must be kept secret by the members of the working committees, so as not to disclose to anyone, without permission to release the news.
(K)    Working committees must record and approve all the discussions in detail.
(L)    Work report of respective working committee must be submitted to the UPDJC.
5.    The tenure of working committees is similar to that of Union Peace Conference—21st Century Panglong. If desired to substitute working committee members, the respective representative group can replace with the approval of UPDJC.
6.    Working committee members are eligible to have travelling allowance, daily allowance and other necessary subsidies when they have to travel on duty for carrying out the duties of the committee.

Sd/ Aung San Suu Kyi
    Chairperson
    Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee
    (Unofficial Translation)

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