Myanmar second President

Burma Second President

Khan, second right, receives Myanmar's Home Secretary Kyaw Swe. Myanmar's vice president (also known as Burma) is the second highest office in the government of the Republic of Myanmar. ((a) One of the two Vice-Presidents who received the second highest votes. Secondly, there are uprisings in some areas. Proponents cheer with leaflets and posters before the second round of the presidential elections in.

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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 mayor.

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. Chapters III - The President and Vice-Presidents (PDF).

Myanmar's constitution. Accessed June 2, 2011.

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