The National Network for Education Reform held a discussion with civil society organizations over the bill amending the National Education Law agreed by the four-party talks at House of Media and Entertainment in Botahtaung Township in Yangon on Thursday afternoon.
Organizer James of the discussions said that he believes it would be more beneficial for Hluttaw representative to learn the points of view and decisions of civil society organizations over the bill and the discussions were held to explain the bill more comprehensively.
At the discussions, Dr Thein Lwin of the NNER said that the network was linked with individuals and organizations that were interested in education reform and the network had held discussions in 25 places across the country to draft the bill. Then, Ko Nanda Sit Aung of the Action Committee for Democracy Education Movement explained the situations of student protestors.
U Thein Baw, who attended the discussions, said that negotiations would be smooth if both sides discussed without prejudice and tolerance was essential to resolve further issues but it was important to tell the truth at the discussions and in the future, adding that it would be smooth if the truth was told.
Organizers responded to queries raised by participants.
Khin Cho Win