The constitutional amendment committee will discuss the 3,700-member constitutional amendment at the 13 th session of the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw. According to the bill’s joint committee and parliamentarians.The report, which includes more than 3,700 constitutional amendments, was submitted at the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw session on 15 days.“We will discuss it before the end of this month. It’s just going regularly.
The 13th time still. One of the issues is the budget and other issues, ”said Aung Kyi Nyunt, a member of the joint constitutional amendment committee.The military drafted 78 representatives of the military; 27 from the USDP; Six from the NLD; Five from the ANP;Three from the SNLD party; NUD Party The TNP party; The Zomi Democracy Party and the Kokang Democracy and Unity Party have registered a total of 125 individual and two parliamentarians, respectively, according to the Union Parliament’s joint committee committee.
The discussion on the report of the Joint Constitutional Amendment Committee above mentioned. When asked by the Hluttaw Rights Committee’s secretary, Dr. Hla Moe, the 13th would take 10 weeks. Fourthly, there are four important processes. No (1) National Planning Bill; Next, the Union Budget Bill; Bill No. 3 of the Union Tax Law The most important thing is to amend the constitution now. These four are the main ones. So we will discuss it, ”he said.
On 29 January, the Parliament approved a proposal to form a joint committee to amend the constitutional amendment submitted by Union Parliament Representative U Aung Kyi from the constituency 4 of Parliament on 29 January.During the second parliamentary term, the draft constitution was amended by the Pyithu Hluttaw Party to submit the second amendment bill, while the military MPs submitted two bills.
The bill was submitted by the USDP MP Sai Than Naing, signed by 145 USDP members and signed with the National Assembly, with the approval of the National Defense and Security Council.The committee’s secretary-general Dr Myat Nyar Na Soe read to the parliament to submit a bill that would have the parliament abolished with the recommendation of the committee.
At the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw meeting on the 26th of November, the committee’s findings and comments were read out by the committee’s secretary, Dr. Myat Thura Soe.The bill is intended to be a draft constitution amending Article 5 (Section 5), Article 59 (c) and Section (a) of the 2008 Constitution, which aims to develop a sound governance system for the development of the country in line with the basic principles of the Constitution.
Parliament speaker Tint Khun Myat announced that if there were MPs who wanted to discuss the bill, they could register.