Myanmar Head of state

Head of Myanmar

Myanmar State Seal - Win Myint NLD.jpg. Dr. Win Myat Aye, U Nyi Pu, Japanese Ambassador talks about the state of Rakhine. and Myanmar's politician and opposition leader.

Burma has the president as head of state. Head of state:

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Myanmar's vice president (also known as Burma) is the second highest position in the Myanmar government[1] The position was created by the 2008 constitutional charter and is directly behind the president. It came into force on 30 March 2011, when the new administration took over in law and basically worked like any other vice-head of state.

Two positions of vice-president exist in the administration (according to the website and officials), but no formal differentiation is made between them. The offices can be expected to be ranked as practised by the Deputy Prime Minister of the People's Republic of China. Myanmar's constitution.

Accessed June 2, 2011.

Burma's head of state to see PM

MYANMAR' s US Prime Minister U Win Myint will hold a meeting with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in the government house on Thursday. This is the President's first formal foreign mission since taking up his duties in March. In the course of his trip, Win Myint will participate in the Friday to Saturday 8 Ayeyawady - Chao Phraya - Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy (ACMECS) Summits.

"Heads of State and Government are invited to debate co-operation on issues that have been debated with the former presidency to see what happens next. It is up to Myanmar, however, to put the Dawei collaboration up for discussion," said Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak.

Burma swears by the first civilian head of state since 1962

Burma has swear in its first civil head of state in more than five decade-- The seventy-year-old Htin Kyaw took the official vow on Wednesday in a short ritual before a common parliamentary meeting and promised "loyalty to the Myanmar Republic". "Myint Swe and Henry Van Tio, the country's two deputy governors, took the vows alongside Htin Kyaw.

The Htin Kyaw oath marked the formal end of full or part-liberal Myanmar imperialism since 1962. After Thein Sein, a former general who took over in 2011, the regime handed over to a quasi-civilian regime and implemented comprehensive reform of the economy and politics.

Myanmar was the first unarmed Myanmar presidency in more than half a centurys history to be under oath. These are some particulars about the new head of state, Htin Kyaw: It is not the full form of democracies that we would naturally have been hoping for, because the army still plays a very powerful part in the countryside and the economy," Sean Turnell of Macquarie University, an Australian vet of Myanmar policy, said to VOA.

"It is not full democracy, but it is high level and so it is a very particular one. "In his inauguration address, the new US Prime Minister promised to amend the present constitutional system to fully respect existing constitutional norms. Preparing the country for the takeover ensured that the army would have 25 per cent of the parliament and the most important interior and defence ministers.

Legislation excluding any marriage partner or child who has been adopted abroad from the EU has been used to prevent democratic female president Aung San Suu Kyi from becoming head of state. However, the Nobel Peace Prize winner has indicated that she will govern Myanmar through Htin Kyaw, her boyhood companion and long-time confidante.

There is a technological justification, because it gives them entry to the National Security Council, which is in many ways the most influential organ in Myanmar. "Historic Milestone" After the National League for Democracy gained overcontrol of both houses of the House in the November election, its oversight of the Chairmanship was intact.

Ms Htin Kyaw was voted by Congress on 15 March. US President Barack Obama, whose regime has contributed to the reintegration of the West into the formerly Burmese nation, welcomed Htin Kyaw's inaugural address on Wednesday as "an historical landmark in the country's transformation to a democratic, civilian-led government". "This exceptional time in Burma's past is a testimony to its peoples, its agencies and its leadership, who have worked together for a peaceable change of leadership, and it reflects the importance of the reform that the nation has carried out since 2011," Obama added in a declaration.

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