Myanmar President House

Burma President House

Suu Kyi was placed under house arrest in Yangon (Rangoon) and held in solitary confinement. Subtitle: U Thant House, Yangon (Rangoon) picture: Linchional loyalist Win Myint, who is currently spokesman for the House of Commons. House spokesman so that he can accept the nomination. Myanmar's president Htin Kyaw resigned today for health reasons, the BBC reports.

Policy discussions in the House of the President

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President Aung San Suu Kyi, Thura U Shwe Mann, MP, Min Aung Hlaing, MP, U Tin Aye, Chairman of the Union Election Commission and the National Unity Chairmen, the National Democratic Force, the Shan National League for Democracy and the Shan National Democratic Party.

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's earlier demands for a high-level political rendezvous had been denied by the president as it would rule out other political groups. The NLD Chairman on 30 October refused to give an initial statement on the possible substance and result of the visit. A number of commentators consider the date of the 2008 constitutional changes to be important as MEPs discuss and prepare for next month's ASEAN Review Council, presided over by Myanmar.

"It would be very useful if the politicians could agree on the policy hurdles we are now up against. Earlier negotiating sessions have not really done anything," said U Aye Thar Aung, vice-chairman of the Rakhine National Party. U Yan Mya Thin said the gathering could open the way for further policy dialogues, "but the discussions will be in vain if this is just a showcase for President Obama's patron.

Myanmar House of Representatives selects U Win Myint as US Presidency nominee - Xinhua

On Friday, NAY PYI TAW, March 23 (Xinhua) -- Myanmar's House of Representatives (House of Commons) appointed U Win Myint, the former House of Representatives (House of Commons) spokesman, as deputy president, who will be competing with two other current deputy chairmen for the chairmanship bequeathed by U Htin Kyaw, who on Wednesday resigned for medical reasons. 14 of his election, U Win Myint was inaugurated.

U Myint Swe and U Henry Van Thio are the other two vice-presidents. Tammwe County, Yangon area, U Win Myint has been appointed vice-president by the House of Representatives Preidential Elections Committee and will be representing the House of Commons to participate in next week's general elections.

Mr U Win Myint defeated U Thaung Aye of Pyawbwe County, Mandalay area, at a rally in Nay Pyi Taw to qualify for the poll. Both the present and the present parliaments and governments began their five-year terms in February and April 2016, respectively, under the direction of the National League for Democracy, which won the extreme parliamentary majorities in the 2015 poll.

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