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De facto Aung San Suu Kyi to become Myanmar's premier
Myanmar's House has adopted a new office for Aung San Suu Kyi. Prohibited by the Constitutional Treaty from becoming governor because their kids have non-national nationality, their new function is similar to that of premier. A bill to establish the stance was rejected by members of the armed forces in the Bundestag. "It' s hard for MPs to stay in if (the bill) is adopted without review," Brigadier General Maung said to the House.
According to the former army regime's draft bill, members of the armed forces have 25% of the parliamentary seat. Aung San Suu Kyi, who is already Secretary of State, had a meeting with China's Wang Yi on Tuesday. The former army government's principal coalition partner, China, has been criticised for alleged exploitation and environmental damage in Myanmar, such as a mega-dam and mine in the country's north Kachin state, a natural Gas Pipe in Rakhine's west, a large mine of brass in the centre of Myanmar and several SEZs.
Aung San Suu Kyi described her relationship with China as "very important in political, social and economic terms. "China is by far the biggest external investment, with a combined $15.4 billion in authorized investment in Myanmar, despite the recent reform of the country that has brought back the momentum of West companies.
Meanwhile, Wang said his administration was striving "to establish more trust between nations" and swore that China would assist Myanmar's efforts to achieve a nation-to-nation consensus. "Myanmar is a good neighbor to China. Last year's fights in the Kokang boarder area between Myanmar's armed forces and Chinese rebel forces also weighed on the relationship.
Reactuated general of the military regime - Thein Sein - who directed the last five years of the country's reform, has become a temporary friar, the state press claim. Only a few inches after the transfer of sovereignty to a new administration under the leadership of Aung San Suu Kyi's pro-democracy group. Being shaved thein with his characteristic glasses and wrapped in the dark chestnut brown garments of the Buddhist priesthood was seen in the mass media. What do you see?
Myanmar's quasi-civilian interim Myanmar cabinet was guided by Thein Sein, a former general of the regime, through five years of overhaul. This new civil authority, which was inaugurated on 30 March, faces a variety of economical issues as it is inheriting the poor nation's regime from the war. She is also facing tension with the army, which reigned for almost half a cent.