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The Yangon parliament approves the new municipal law
Rangoon - The Rangoon Parliament on Wednesday passed the new local government bill that successfully excludes the Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC) from the city. It contained a dozen contentious regulations, such as the creation of YCDC-led companies with responsibility for the building, services, leisure and other sectors. The YCDC is not permitted to do transactions.
The new YCDC Act was proposed by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, State Councillor, at the end of 2016, by a group of Yangon local and provincial authorities. It was designed to supersede Rangoon's 1922 Act and amend the YCDC Act of 2013.
A bill to amend the YCDC Act 2013 was submitted to the Parliament on 2 February. Yangon Chief Minister U Phyo Min Thein will receive it in a week's time and will be signing it. "It is against the rule of God for a free and fair people.
She said it will be hard for small and medium-sized businesses to stay in the free enterprise sector if the state does well. In its 2018-19 budgetary bill, the state administration called for nearly 7 billion Kyat for the municipal council's municipal bench to develop its financial service.
New YCDC legislation also establishes a deputy mayorship to support the Yangon mayors administration. This also allows the local authority to set up a safety and disciplinary group. As a result, the state governments will be directly in charge of safety issues in the near term. A further important change is that everyone who is at least 18 years old can now elect in the local elections.
Until now, only one individual was permitted to speak in a single budget, usually the provider.
Co-founders of Rangoon Tea House listed on the shortlist of prospective directors
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Prior to establishing Rangoon Tea House, Htet served as Public Relations Officer for the Yangon Heritage Trust.