Aung San Suu Kyi's "listening to politics" is serious: release all political prisoners first
all imprisoned political prisoners will be released in the next two weeks - this is the first statement that Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of Myanmar's "League of all ethnic minorities", has withdrawn after assuming the new position of "national staff". The national staff law specially tailored for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was signed and promulgated by President ng tin Kyaw on April 6. According to the law, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi officially became the national staff
Aung San Suu Kyi at the meeting
according to the BBC, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's new announcement will affect 500 prisoners in prison awaiting trial. Aung San Suu Kyi herself was a political prisoner, and she said that the release of political prisoners was the focus of the authorities' task. After the end of the rule of the warriors in Myanmar, a few hundred political prisoners have been released as part of the political reform process in Myanmar in recent years. However, at the same time, other people were arrested. The reason for their arrest was to stop going to the end of 2017 without permission
the statement withdrawn by the Myanmar authorities did not specify who was released, but it is estimated that about 100 political prisoners are still being held, and about 400 detainees, including Mr. are awaiting trial
the national staff law is also the first law issued by the new Myanmar authorities after the DPRK. The term of office of the new post of national staff is the same as that of the current president. Agence France Presse pointed out that the national staff is equivalent to the prime minister
Wu sottie, deputy director general of the Burmese presidential palace and President's speaker, said, "we will perform in accordance with the law. The law has specified the title of the appointee. If it is confirmed to be issued by the law, it can be said that it has begun to expire. I don't think it is necessary to publish the appointment order specifically."
the national staff law has five chapters, which are divided into: (1) address and interpretation; （2） Objectives; （3） Appointment; （4） The and authority of national staff; （5） General
the law stipulates that the national staff law enacted by the Federal Parliament aims to implement the democratic and market economy system in Myanmar and establish a progressive and democratic federal state. The goal of the national staff law is to "democratize growth; effectively implement the market economy system; and promote national war and growth."
in accordance with the national staff law, the Federal Parliament appointed Aung San Suu Kyi, chairman of the Myanmar all ethnic nationalities Alliance (UIA), as the national staff
according to the national staff law, the national staff is based on the constitutional provisions and puts forward suggestions for the benefits of the country and the people; The Federal Parliament shall be responsible for the recommendations made and tasks performed by the national staff; The national staff has the right to stop cooperating with the local branches and social individuals, individuals and other institutions...
Aung San Suu Kyi and the military were once bitter
the national staff bill specially formulated for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was resisted by the military in the process of deliberation by the Congress. At noon on April 5, the people's Congress stopped discussing the national staff bill, and the military parliamentary group clearly rejected it, saying that if the parliament forcibly stopped its installation, it would stop voting, and the military parliamentary group would refuse to vote
although the national staff bill was strongly hindered by the military parliamentary group, the people's Congress still stopped voting in accordance with the provisions of the parliament after debate. In this regard, the military councilors expressed their veto by all standing up, and did not participate in the vote. But after all, the people's Congress passed the bill with more than half of the votes and 225 votes without the military parliamentary group. A total of 406 people have the right to vote in the people's assembly, so according to the constitutional law, the people's assembly war people's assembly can be invalidated and promulgated after the president signs the bill
military members in the people's Congress refused to vote and stood up to veto
many people think that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is the head of the four most important departments, and now she has the post of national staff, so the task can be too heavy. It was explained that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi would still be the Minister of communication and the president, and the launch of this project would help the Minister of the government for China's road situation, but would increase her position in the new authorities of Myanmar: she would not be the Minister of education and the Minister of electricity and power of the country