December 09, 2016

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unity within our reach — Negotiations only way to find a solution

The second day meeting of the Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee (UPDJC).
The second day meeting of the Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee (UPDJC).

Debate, compromise and mediation will lead to solidarity, accord and harmony, the leaders of the Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee (UPDJC) said yesterday.
Unity is possible if stakeholders have the same goal, but it is difficult to build a consensus and as a result it is necessary to engage in negotiations to find a solution, said U Thu Wai, the vice chairman of the UPDJC.
The second day of the UPDJC continued in Nay Pyi Taw and Vice Chairmen Dr Tin Myo Win, Pado Saw Kwe Htoo Win and U Thu Wai, representatives of the government, signatories to the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement and ethnic armed groups attended the meeting.
Discussions focused on the work guidelines of the UPDJC, UPDJC Secretariat, and work committees.
Vice Chairman Pado Saw Kwe Htoo Win called for a pragmatic approach in making decisions and pointed out that realistic decisions, not theoretical ones, would lead to success.
He also added that each stakeholder was responsible and accountable for the success of implementation of decisions.
Vice Chairman Dr Tin Myo Win said the meeting was able to make nine decisions and eight motions were put on record.
Most of the decisions were required for the national-level political dialogues and the second Panglong Conference.
The UPDJC meeting was held for two days and the structure for political dialogue, work guidelines for national level political dialogues, regional level political dialogues, content-based national level political dialogues, supervisory committee of the UPDJC, the UPDJC, the
UPDJC Secretariat, work committees and the UPDJC Office and topics to be discussed at the first national-level political dialogues.
National-level political dialogues will begin in some regions and states that are ready to host them.

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