စိတ္ပုပ္တရုတ္ကြန္ျမဴနစ္သတင္းဌာနေတြမွာလဲ ဒီလုိေထာက္ခံျပီး ေရးေပးပါသည္၊
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Myanmar stresses continued implementation of 7-step roadmap
http://www.chinaview.cn 2008-08-24 13:11:06 Print
YANGON, Aug. 24 (Xinhua) — Myanmar Minister of Information Brigadier-General Kyaw Hsan has stressed that the government will continue the implementation of its seven-step roadmap as a transitional government in accord with the mandate of the people, the official newspaper New Light of Myanmar reported Sunday.
According to an article of the new constitution ratified in late last May through the national referendum, “the existing government has become the transitional government mandated to implement the provisions of the constitution before the commencing date of the first session of the Union Parliament on which the constitution will come into force,” Kyaw Hsan, who is also leader of the government’s spokes authoritative team, told United Nations Special Envoy Ibrahim Gambari during the latter’s just-ended six-day Myanmar visit.
Kyaw Hsan said the government will not tolerate any attempt to jeopardize or harm the constitution and the process.
Noting that a multi-party general election, which is the fifth step of the roadmap, will be held in 2010, he said laws and rules concerning the establishment, organizing and entering elections of political parties will be enacted.
“Those in favor of or against the government and the constitution will have rights equally in accordance with law,” he also said, adding that it is designed to ensure all inclusiveness.
He signaled that talks with Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest will be held in line with the previous procedures.
He emphasized three aspirations of the people– peace and stability, development of the country and earning of livelihood in accordance with the law while marching on speedily towards the desired goal of democracy.
He hoped for full cooperation from the UN in the implementation of the government’s roadmap.
As reported by the official newspaper, thanking the Myanmar government for its full cooperation, Gambari said he was pleased with the government’s reaffirmation for regularizing relations with the UN Secretariat, calling for emergence of obvious results during every trip.
Gambari, who made his 6th trip to Myanmar this week in a renewed UN’s effort for the country’s national reconciliation and democratic process, also met with Myanmar Prime Minister General Thein Sein, four other ministers including Foreign Minister U NyanWin and Labor Minister cum Relations Minister U Aung Kyi, foreign diplomats, representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the ASEAN-Myanmar-UN tripartite core group based in Myanmar.
Others whom Gambari also met were responsible persons from political parties namely the National League for Democracy (NLD), Union Pa-O National Organization and National Unity Party.
According to the newspaper, the government arranged for a meeting between Gambari and Aung San Suu Kyi before the UN envoy left, but Aung San Suu Kyi rejected.
The visit of Gambari, who is UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s special adviser on Myanmar, was the first after a severe cyclone storm hit Myanmar in early May and a nationwide referendum was held in late May, in which a new constitution draft was ratified and the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Constitution (2008) was formally promulgated as a follow-up.
Editor: Lin Liyu