iv.(from 7 Aug to 30 August) 7th Regular Session of Amyotha Hluttaw

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Amyotha Hltuttaw

7
-
30
Aug
ust, 2013

Special Section

Question Section

Proposal Section

Bill Section


August 7
th
, 2013

Question
s

Question asked b
y

Question

Respondent

Response
/Outcome

1.

U Paul Htan Htai

Chin State
Constituency
(
No. 3
)


Directives on issuance of
citizenship scrutiny cards for the
children of Youth Development
Centers, household certificates,
transfer form (10 ) Service
personnel and household form

U Kyaw Kyaw Win

Deputy Minister
for Immigration
and Population

Directive
s on issuance of citizenship scrutiny cards for
the children of Youth
Development

certificates, transfer
from (10) o
f service personnel and househo
ld form
(6/66) were being issued for the convenience of
applicants.



1.1

U Paul Htan Htai

Chin State

Constituency
(No. 3)

Directives on issuance of
citizenship scrutiny cards for the
children of Youth Development
Centers, household certificates,
transfer form (10 ) Service
personnel and household form

The Amyotha
Hluttaw Speaker

Speaker stressed the need

for submitting a proposal
which is acceptable to the two sides of ministry
concerned and national races after reviewing every
detail of the matter by the
Ministry

concerned and the
Hluttaw Affairs Administration committee in order to
avoid the possible oc
currence of unwanted problems.

1.2



U Paul Htan Htai

Chin State

Constituency No.
3

From his speech,

“Orphanages are everywhere in the country. As kids at
orphanages have no necessary documents since they
were young, there arise difficulties when they apply to
sit for matriculation examinations and for a citizenship
scrutiny card or a job. I would like th
e children at
Orphanages

across the nation to be able to enjoy the
rights of citizens


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1.

Sent by Pyithu
Hluttaw

The Bill on ‘L
aw of Eyes
Donation



Amyotha Hluttaw approved the B
ill to amend the

eye
donation law sent by Pyidaungsu

Hluttaw with no
amendment.

August 12
th
, 2013

Question
s

Question asked by

Question

Respondent

Response
/Outcome

1.

U Soe Aung

Mandalay
Division


Constituency
(
No
11
)


The question is “w
hether it is a
plan to put the

Myanmar
Aerospace Engineering
University under the Ministry of
Transport
?”

U Han Sein

Deputy Min
i
ster
for Transport

Myanmar Aerospace
Engineering

University should be
put under the Ministry of Science and
Technology

that
has much experience in computeri
zation, mechanical
degree and post graduate degree, academic and
management.


There is no plan to hand over the University to the
Ministry of Transport as the Myanmar Education
Committee decided to put the University under the
Ministry of Science and Tech
nology in 2022 with the aim
of turning out more aerospace engineers.

1.1



U Soe Aung

Mandalay Division

Constituency
(No
11)



From his speech,

“Parents of students told that the MAEU should be
controlled by the Ministry of Transport. I Think so. Such

University should be placed under the Ministry of
Transport like that of Myanmar Maritime University. I
decided to continuously submit the proposal.”


2.

U Hnin Wai

Kayah

The question is, ‘whether
there
is a plan to rebuild damns in
Meisei Township as
gravel
-
filled
diversion weirs and
whether

there is a plan to operate Hosei
Dam and the damn at the
entrance to Meisei for serving
interest of the people
?’

U Khin Zaw

Deputy Minister
for Agriculture
and Irrigation

Meisei Dam should be installed pipelines
for supply of
water to the people. Depending on the allotted fund,
technological assistance will be provided to
reconstruction of the dam.

Proposals

Moved by

Proposal

Respondent

Response
/Outcome

1.

Doctor Pwint Hsan

Deputy Minister for
Commerce

The
proposal to consider the B
ill
amending the

Myanmar
Trademark Act




The proposal was briefly discussed by the Hluttaw .
According to the Const
itution 2008, the words in the B
ill
must be substituted with new titles of Union ministries

August 19
th
, 2013

Questions

Question

asked by

Question

Respondent

Respon
se/Outcome

1.

U Kyaw Thu Oo

Magway Division

Constituency
(
No
.

5
)


Digging inlet channel in Aungpin
Le river water pumping project
in Minbu(Saku
) Township and
plan for construction of
retaining walls.

U Aung THein

Deputy Minister
at the President
Office

The drains maintenance and blockage clearing works
were carried out and channels have been repaired
before monsoon paddy water supply.


Both s
ides of the channels are farmlands and even if
water leak out, it will flow into the farmlands and
construction of main canal will be carried out depending
on fund allocated. The expansion of inlet channel will be
carried out in accord with feasibility lev
el in the open
season in cooperation with local authorities, experts
from Irrigation Department and local farmers.

1.1



U Kyaw Thu OO

Magway Division

Constituency
(
No
5
)

From his speech,

“If the project is implemented as quickly as possible, it
will benefit farmers sooner. I am
satisfied

with the
deputy Ministers’ answer about the project


Bill
s

Moved By

Bill

Respondent

Respon
se/Outcome

1.

U Myint Tun

Member of
Amyotha Hluttaw

Bill Committee

Read out the B
ill amending the
Printing and Publishing
Enterprise sent back from Pyithu
Hluttaw with its amendment.


The report suggests that printing and publishing should
be in accordance with freedom of expression and
distribution under

the respective laws.

August 20
th
, 2013

Question
s

Question

asked by

Question

Respondent

Respon
se/Outcome

1.

Doctor Aye Maung

Rakhine State

Constituency
(
No1
)

Implementation of a S
pecial
Economic Zone (SEZ) in Sittway
of Rakhine State,

Deputy Minister
for Industry U
Myo Aung

The establishment of an industrial zone or a SEZ calls for
infrastructures and inputs. It needs to carry out a
feasibility study there. There is no plan to establish a
special economic zone in Sittway as it lacks
in
frastructural development.

Proposal
s

Moved by

Proposal

Respondent

Respon
se/Outcome

1.

The Bill committee

submitted its report on


Myanmar National Human
MP U Ohn Tin

Rakhiine State
Myanmar has signed only three International Human
Rights Treaties out of nine.

Rights Commission Bill


Constituency

(
No. 10
)


Members of the National Human Rights will be at least
21 instated of 9
-
15

The Appointment of Members
should be covering the
region/state and it should be appropriate person to
facilitate human rights situation in region/state.

1.1



MP Daw Khin
Waing Kyi

Yangon Region

Constituency
(
No.
1
)

Myanmar is now getting engaged
with other countries
in
political, economic and social

affairs. Therefore,
democracy and human rights
should be comes to

the
forefront.
She welcome the law sharing the above points


1.2



S
peaker
of
Hluttaw

The
Hluttaw speaker suggested that Bill C
ommittee to
take note of the M
Ps discussion, and improve the b
ill.

2.

U Tin Yu

Yangon Region

Constituency
(
No.
11
)

Proposal to discuss on the
disagreements of

two Hluttaws
to the Pyidaungsu

Hluttaw

Speaker of
Hluttaw

Decided to submit disagreements over to Pyidaungsu
Hluttaw

Bill
s

Moved by

Bill

Respondent

Respon
se/Outcome

1.




The
communication whic
h was sent back by Pyidaungsu
Huttaw

with its amendments was approved.

August 23
rd
, 2013


Agendas

(11)

Bil
ls

Moved by

Bill

Respondent

Response/Outcome

1.

The Bill Committee

The

Printing and Publishing
Enterprise Bill


7 Ministers
responded


Discussed the Bill.

1.1



Daw Khin Waing
Kyi

Yangon Region
Constituency

(N
o
.

1
)

She approved Bill Committee’s report. It is found that
the bill is mostly coincided with Myanmar Journalists
Associations’

announcements

and Myanmar Press
Counc
il (Temporary)’s suggestions

1.2



U KHin Maung Yi

Ayeyawady
Region

Constituency
(
No.
The Bill Committee has suggested that the Ministry only
should take the post of the registered officer
alternatively and abolish the registration division.


6
)

1.3



U Hla Swe

Magway Region

Constituency
(
No
.

12
)

The Section 28 should be added as the green light
should not be given only to one group or one
organization fo
r book publications and TV and R
adio
Broadcasting.

2.

The Bill
Committee


The Bill on Promoting Farmer’s
Interest

10 MPs

-

Discussed the Bill.

-

Speaker of Hluttaw decided to continue
to
discuss the
Bill.

3.

U Phone Myint Au
ng
Yangon Region
constituency (N
o .3
)


Proposal to discuss the

Media
Bill


Hluttaw

Approved to discus
s the Media Bill.

August 26
th
, 2013


Agenda (12)

Question
s

Question asked by

Question

Respondent

Respon
se/Outcome

1.

U Sai Kyaw Zaw
Than

Member of
Amyotha

Hluttaw’s

Government
Pledges, Guarantees
and Undertaking
Vetting Committee

The report on questions raised
by MPs at the Sixth regular
session of the First Amyotha
Hluttaw. The Report stated the
Union Ministries and Union
Level organization replied to 374
questions in the sixth regular
session.


As the Hluttaw has been held
durin
g the two and a half years
period, the MPs cooperate with
the committee to raise the
questions. Some Ministries
responded short to the point
answer to the questions and
proposals raised by Mps but
delay implementation for the
replies. The committee will pu
sh
the ministries concerned to


implement their pledges
concerning the questions.

Proposal
s

Moved by

Proposal

Respondent

Response/Outcome


1.

Doctor Aye Maung

Rakhine State

Constituency No. 1

(RNDP)

The Bill a
mending

Political
Parties Registration
Law



The Hluttaw sought approval from the MPs, and decided
to discuss.

Bills

Moved by

Bill

Respondent

Response/Outcome

1.

U Myint Htun

Committee member
of Bill Committee


Printing and Publishing
Enterprise Bill


sent by Pyithu
Hluttaw

with amendments






The report stated that the B
ill was discussed by seven
MPs on 23 August.






2.

U Phone Myint Aung
Constituency
(
No
.3)
Yangon Region

“Regarding the Printing and
Publishing Enterprise Bill “

Suggested. As printers do not
need to
abide by the pro
visions
and regulations of the B
ill, the
expressions related to printing
and prints should be cancelled.
However, Printing and
publishing are interrelated in
work process. Thus not only
publishing industries and
publisher but also printing
industries and printers sh
ould
abide by provision of the B
ill.




The Bill Committee agreed with it. As such approval
should be sought from Hluttaw.



However, the suggestion was revoked, cancelled the
submission of MP U Phone Myint Aung

as the majority
voted (155 against, 5 for ) to printing and prints in the
bill as printers do not need to abide by the provision and
regulations of the bill.

August 28
th
, 2013

Agend
a (13)

Question
s

Question

asked by

Question

Respondent

Respon
se/Outcome

1.

U Zone Hle Htan

Chin State

Constituency
(
No 2
)

On the measures for the
landslides victims in Zarlaing
village of Falam Tow
nship, Chin
State to the Amyotha

Hluttaw
Relief and Victims Care
Committee.


Submitted the letter to Hluttaw.

Proposal
s

Moved by

Content

Respondent

Response/Outcome

1.

Major Myint Sein

Secretary of
Mayotha Hluttaw
Relief and Victims
Care Committee

Submitted its report (1/2013) on
providing cash and kind to flood
victims in Kayin and Mon States,
at today’s
Amyotha Hluttaw
Session.


Hluttaw record
ed

the Report.

Bill
s

Moved By

Bill

Respondent

Respon
se/Outcome

1.

U Phone MYint
Aung

Yangon Region

Constituency No 3


The Media Bill



Discussed by 5
MPs

1.1



Mp Daw Khin
Waing Kyi

Yangon Region

Constituency

(No 1)

The council members should be between 15
-
30,
compared with those in Indonesia, and India. . She
approved the right to i
nformation and the rest of the
B
ill.

1.2



U Zone Hle Htan

Chin State
Constituency

(
No. 2
)


Non
-
profit media are

carrying out the publishing in
national races languages in the rural areas that have no
access to print media. It is not economically viable as
market size is very small. The section 27 should be
abolished in consideration of rural people’s knowledge.

2
.

Bill Session


The Myanmar National Human
Rights Commission Bill



Was approved at today’s Amyotha Hluttaw Session.

2.1



U Saw Maw Tun

Bago Region

Constituency
(
No.
1
)

We all welcome the emergence of the bill and I found it
that additional points can protect the human rights
situation, bringing more benefits to the State and the
People.

August 30
th
, 2013

Agenda

(14)

Proposals

Moved by

Proposal

Respondent

Response/Outcome


1.

U Aung Nyein

Committee Member
of Bill Committee

Read the report of the
Committee over the discussion
of MPs concerning the

Medial
Bill




The report stated that as discussion of the MPs on
Medial Bill were appropriate, the Hluttaw

should
approve the amendments.


Officials of the Ministry of Informat
ion and Myanmar
Press council (
temporary) have agreement except some
differences after a series of meetings,. The Bill
Committee has no particular suggestion on the agreed

points. As th
e different on its
have been coordinated
and amended, the bill was submitted to seek the
approval from the Hluttaw.

2.

U Tin Yu

Committee
Members

The report on the case of Daw
San from Kyaungsu Village in
Koete Village
-
tract in
Laymyethna Township in
H
inthada District to be reviewed
by Supreme Court of the Union


Hluttaw approved the report on the case.

3.

U Phone Myint Aung

Yangon
Constituency

No. 3

Submitted the proposal to
approve the Media Bill

Hluttaw

Hluttaw decided to approve the

Media B
ill


with
Amendments.


Moved by

Content

Respondent

Response

1.

The Speaker of
Amyotha Hluttaw

Closing Speech on Hluttaw
activity


The Undertakings in the seventh regula
r of the first
Amyotha Hluttaw


From 25 June to August 28:




Union Level organization members replied to 304
questions,



Ten MPs submitted 14 Proposals.



Twenty Four bills were also submitted.



The Hluttaw sought approvals for the reports of
Government
Guarantees
, Pledges, and Undertaking
Vettings Committee and Relie
f and Victims Care
committee of Amyotha Hluttaw.



The Hluttaw carried out formation of committee,
associations, cancellation of commission and
approved the nomination of the MPs for the joint
committees.




Committees held meeting for 118 times and
commissi
on four times.


From 24 July to 28 August, one talk and eight debates
were held for ensuring capacity building of MPs.


The library of Hluttaw has collected 864 books in the
seventh regular session period in addition to 5604 books
already collected befor
e the Seventh Regular session.