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Myanmar excludes removal of Aung San Suu Kyi's presidential banning before the elections | World Press Releases
Burma's spokeswoman has excluded amendments to the junta's draft bill to prevent Burma's head of the ruling party Aung San Suu Kyi from becoming prime minister. Shwe Mann's commentary came after Barack Obama supported Aung San Suu Kyi's efforts to amend the Charta during a trip to the state.
"Shwe Mann said to the reporter in the capitol Naypyidaw that "we cannot make any changes to the charter immediately after the referendum," and added that due to the scale of the likely changes, "it is not possible to amend the statute at this time". In a vehement statement on Monday, the army spoke out against substantial changes to the country's Constitution, notably with regard to Article 57f, which is believed to have been specifically designed to frustrate Aung San Suu Kyi.
The legislature will elect a new chairman after next November's parliamentary elections. However, the veterans democratic activist cannot represent the top position because the state prohibits those with a alien husband or family. The first parliamentary elections they have held since 1990, Aung San Suu Kyi and her National League for Democracy NLD faction will make huge profits in the elections.
However, the Greens have refused to propose an alternate if Aung San Suu Kyi, 69, cannot run for the chair. NLD MP Min Thu said to the AFP that the AFP still hopes that the Führer could become head after the poll. He said, "Nothing can be done without people's wishes.
A Nobel Peace Prize winner who openly expressed her wish to become the country's next President, Obama said last weeks that the country's constitutional system was "unjust, injustice and undemocratic" and cautioned that Burma's much-vaunted reform has stalled. Aung San Suu Kyi's lakefront home reporter said that "the change processes must mirror involvement rather than exclusion".
"because he said who his kids were. According to 436, all major constitutional amendments are subject to a more than 75% majorities, giving the final say to the troops. In Monday's Parliament' s discussion, Colonel Htay Naing refuted that the draft had been drafted to exclude Aung San Suu Kyi, and added that it was not the case to amend Section 436.
According to commentators, the army, which kept Aung San Suu Kyi under home detention for 15 years, never wanted her to have a shot at the chair. "However, the fact that they have also made their own amendments means that they do not see the Constitutional Treaty as a holy text that cannot be changed.
Former general Shwe Mann, who has expressed his own wish to run for president of the governing political group, said he was ready to change 58f, and added that the change to the provision should not only help "my friend" Aung San Suu Kyi.