Yangon MPs told to stay clean

Tin Oo, co-founder of the National League for Democracy, has told Yangon regional parliamentarians to place special emphasis on the rules set by the party as the giant city is riddled with corruption.

The NLD patron addressed the NLD central executive council and regional MPs at the party’s Yangon offices.

“Yangon’s regional parliament will start work on February 8 [Monday]. All parliamentarians need to unanimously support the work in Parliament,” Tin Oo said.

“Any commercial activity can be found in Yangon. Corrupt is common. Special attention must be given to everything happening in Yangon. Our party must be corruption-free and all parliamentarians must stick to the rules of the party.

“Rules and regulations are of great importance. We are a disciplined organisation. All regional parliamentarians must remain faithful,” Tin Oo said.

Tin Oo instructed MPs to wear tan-coloured cotton when they were in Parliament. The NLD nominated Phyoe Min Thein as chief minister of Yangon. The NLD won 87 seats in the regional parliament and one ethic representative seat.

 

Source: Eleven Media

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