Myanmar AdressBurma Address
It has been progressively developing its operations in the state since January 2013 and provides human aid to those affected by inter-municipal violence in Rakhine State and in the north-eastern part of the state. It is also visiting prisons throughout Myanmar and maintaining a close dialog with the detainees' well being.
Much of its community relief programs are implemented in partnership with the Myanmar Red Cross. There are currently 14 healthcare institutions (hospitals and healthcare centres) in the state of Rakhine and in the state of Kachin running rehabilitation and rehabilitation programs for wastewater, sewage and wastes. Developing the knowledge of Myanmar's healthcare professionals through education in areas such as initial traumatology and weapon-injured surgery as well as education and funding for middle-aged and other high-potentials.
Land mines and UXO are a serious problem in Myanmar and are still claiming lives. The Red Cross in Myanmar provides potable and potable drinking waters to ten thousand vulnerable individuals in the state of Rakhine. Their financial safety programs are providing the livelihood of several thousand households in the states of Rakhine and Kachin with the provision of hibernation clothes, domestic utensils such as cookware and bed linen, farming equipment, seeds and fertilisers, fishermen's networks and professional education for violent municipalities.
Contribute significantly to the education of Red Cross workers and voluntary workers in a wide range of areas, as well as first assistance and the promotion of respect for and respect for international humanitarian laws and fundamental freedoms.
MSYANMAR (Pyithu Hluttaw), full text
The National League for Democracy (NLD), headed by Aung San Suu Kyi, has obtained an absolute parliamentary vote in both Houses of the House. NLD occupied 255 of the 330 members of the 440 seat House of Representatives and 135 of the 168 seat in the 224 member House of Nationalities (a fourth of the seat in both houses is reserved for warriors.
of 259 to 30 in the House of Representatives and 129 to 12 in the House of Nationalities. The Arakan National Party (ANP, which represents the interests of the Rakhine people) and the Shan Nationalities League for Democracy (SNLD, which represents the Shan minority) won more than ten places.
After the November 19 presidential vote, Ms Suu Kyi and Mr Shwe Mann met and reached an agreement on a "systematic and non-violent way of implementing the people's desire" to "give priority to achieving the goal of achieving the goals of the nation's conciliation and domestic (ethnic) union in the formation of parliamentary houses". The NLD won 392 places in the 492-strong People's Convention in 1990, but the new legislative was never called and the vote was finally declared null and void.
The NLD won all 37 places in by-elections to the House of Representatives and six in the House of Nationalities in April 2012. Seven of them were not challenged in the polls because of the recurring challenge of racial upheaval. Furthermore, 110 positions are reserved for members of the Defence Service appointed by the Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Service.