New Committee Maps Out Plans to Amend Myanmar’s Constitution

The new parliamentary joint committee tasked with amending Myanmar’s constitution will review 48 basic principles of the charter, including the powerful military’s role in politics, amid ongoing objections by the armed forces, the head of the panel on Monday. Deputy parliamentary speaker Tun Tun Hein, who chairs the committee, said the 45-member panel will work on amending the 2008 charter, drafted by a military junta that ruled the country at the time, according to the law. “As I have respectfully told all the MPs, we will work on the issue according to [parliamentary] laws and bylaws,” he said during the committee’s second meeting at the parliament building in Myanmar’s capital Naypyidaw. “Please don’t think we would do it above the law. We will do it according to the law.”..............................

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