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Myanmar Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Rural Development. Office of President (Myanmar) Ministry of the Interior. The Ministry of Waterways and Civil Aviation and the Ministry of Transport, Post and Telecommunications were established after Myanmar's independence. Assessing the impact of floods on agriculture and livelihoods in Myanmar. Department of Electricity and Energy.

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The new website brings together ministries

Under the auspices of the Department of Transport and Communications, a website will be set up to organise its branches under one roof. The ministries under the former regime were the ministries of communications and information technology, transport and rail transport, and a dedicated website for each of them. As the three ministries in the new administration have been merged into one single department, they will set up a new website to take account of the changes.

"The ministries' structures have shifted so that there should be a one site instead of many sites. Daw Ngwe Ni Soe Yi, head of the Directorate for Information Society and Information Technologies of the Transport and Communications Directorate, said: "The relevant divisions under the Ministery are debating the implementation of the new website.

While the website for the former Railway Department will continue to exist, the information will be published on the new website We have removed the Department of Transport and Communications and the former website of the Department of Transport.

Myanmar Proposed 2 New Ministries

Burma's premier has suggested the creation of two new federal divisions, which he called the Ministry of International Cooperation and the Ministry of the Union's office. In the name of US Trade Unions Prosecutor General Htin Kyaw today presented a suggestion to Burma's House of Lords and House of Commons (pyidaungsu hluttaw) to establish the two ministries, together with a suggestion to appoint Kyaw Tin, the present Deputy Foreign Minister, as the new Ministry of International Cooperation, while Thaung Tun, the national security advisor, will assume the office of the Ministry of theU.

Mr Tun was Deputy Secretary General for Policy at the Ministry of Foreign Affair from 2001 to 2005 and is a former Goodwill Advisor to the Philippines, Belgium, the Netherlands and the European Union. In January 2017, he was named National Security Advisor. Attorney General Tun Tun Oo told the House that the two new Ministries would help the authorities to successfully fulfil their mandates and that the new Ministries would work in close co-operation with the current Ministries.

In accordance with Section 201 of the Constitution, the National Defence and Security Council should have 11 members, one of whom is the Foreign Minister. He added that he thought that a Ministry of the Government of the Union would in fact be a "Ministry of the Presidential Office" (2).

The current system has 22 ministries, of which three - domestic, defence and border - ministerial and vice ministerial are nominated by the army. The cabinet had a grand coalition of 36 ministries under the former leadership of President Thein Sein. The National League for Democracy (NLD) led government broke up or fused several divisions as part of a promise to do so.

President Htin Kyaw also applied to the House this mornings for the establishment of an anti-corruption commission with the present head of the Peace Commission's advisory team, Aung Kyi. She was the employment secretary and later the information secretary of Thein Sein's administration. During this time he was also named Secretary of Contact for Aung San Suu Kyi.

"I don't see why the NLD still uses former NLD administration officers to run these important commissions," Ye Tun said.

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