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Regional tour leaders want the government to take legal proceedings against international tour organisers.
The Myanmar Tourist Guide Assosiation plans to call on the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism to take action against the hiring of tourist guide books by tour-organizers. "The majority of the travel agents in Korea use mother-tongue translators as tour leaders, so the indigenous Korean-speaking tour leaders have no opportunity to find work," said the association's president, U Aung Tun Lin.
By 2012, the federation has addressed the question of Korea's travel agents working in the state with the government, but tour companies have still used aliens as travel agents. "At the time, the department was issuing a memorandum and the agents were hiring English-speaking leaders instead of Korean-speaking Chinese leaders," he commented.
"As an association of tourists, we will lodge another grievance with the Department to safeguard the safety of the jobs of local licensed tourists and to make sure that there are adequate policies and provisions for the employing of non licenced overseas tourists," he said. Korea's tourism industry has been flourishing since 2010, when the state opened its gates to the rest of the state.
During the first years there were only a few Korean-speaking native leaders. But the number of native Korean speakers has risen to 30. Myanmar's travel guide must be a Myanmar citizen and have a work permit from the Ministry of Hotel and Tourism.
Tour agents and tour organizers tend to engage domestic tour managers for packages and group trips, but they engaged the locally licenced tour managers to tour the state. They said that their colleagues in Korea did not seem to have an offical licence, but they were somehow employed as overseas staff of tour-agents.
"Since 2012 they have been hiring English-speaking tour leaders so that they can say that they have a native guide. "Every year we have to prepay a fine to be a guide, but the fun part is we don't have a work. cWe would like to call on the relevant civil servants to review the laws and regulation on this subject in order to provide employment protection and employment possibilities for our people.