Myanmar Government Removes More Than 600 Names From Official Blacklist

Myanmar Government Removes More Than 600 Names From Official Blacklist The Myanmar government is removing names of more than 600 citizens and foreigners on an official “no-entry” black list, as one of the new civilian government’s 100-day reform programs as the country transitions to democracy, a government official said Wednesday. “According to the 100-day project, we are going to reduce the numbers on the blacklist,” Thein Swe, minister of labor, immigration and population, told RFA’s Myanmar Service after a parliamentary meeting in the administrative capital Naypyidaw. The government has so far removed the names of 619 persons, including 248 Myanmar nationals and 371 foreigners, he said, though he couldn’t give an exact number of how many nam...
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