Chairman of State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing Inspects Pyidaungsu Hall and Related Buildings of National Convention

 

The Chairman of the State Administration Council (SAC) Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, accompanied by officials, inspected Pyidaungsu Hall where the National Convention was convened to draw the Constitution (2008) in Hlegu Township of Yangon Region on 8 June. At the Pyidaungsu Hall, the Prime Minister heard the reports on conditions of the damaged parts and preparations for maintenance presented by Union Minister for Construction.

After hearing the reports, the Chairman of the SAC Prime Minister said that these were historic buildings where the Constitution (2008) which is important for the State was drawn. These historic buildings were maintained as much as possible in successive eras. Due to weakness in maintenance, the damaged parts have come out. Emphasis must be placed on maintenance for the long-term existence of buildings. The Prime Minister and party viewed round the Pyidaungsu Hall and Anawrahta Yeiktha and have instructions to officials.

The National Convention was convened at the Pyidaungsu Hall seven times with the participation of 702 delegates from eight groups from 2004 to 2007 in order to approve the Constitution (2008). The venue where the National Convention was convened is located on 585.81 acres of land, 200 acres of which are designated as the agricultural zone and 100 more acres as the livestock zone. As maintenance is weak, some parts are damaged. Now, the buildings will be placed under maintenance.

Afterwards, the Chairman of the SAC Prime Minister and entourages arrived at Nyaunghnapin agriculture and livestock special zone, and the Prime Minister heard reports on undertakings of agriculture and livestock farming works in respective zones presented by the relevant officials. After hearing the reports, the Prime Minister of the State stressed the following points:

  • The previous Tatmadaw govern­ments in successive eras have been implementing agriculture and livestock farming works in respective zones for greening the 30th-mile radius area of Yangon City and for local people to have good food supplies.
  • Nyaunghnapin agriculture and livestock special zone is engaged in cultivation of crops and perennial crops such as mango, jackfruit, guava and lemon for food supplies and required to grow the vegetables successfully.
  • There are daily requirements of meat and fish for the people in Yangon city. Therefore, systematic fish farming is necessary to ensure enough supply to Yangon. Fish is the cheapest of all humans are consuming. Responsible officials are to try to produce fish resources in the long run.

Later, the Chairman of the SAC Prime Minister together with entourages inspected an organic vegetable plantation being operated by the Agriculture Department and Sein Lan Cooperative Society in the zone and the working processes of the poultry farm of CJ Feed Myanmar.

  • The Chairman of the SAC Prime Minister inspected Pyidaungsu Hall where the National Convention was convened to draw the Constitution (2008) in Hlegu Township of Yangon Region.
  • The National Convention was convened at the Pyidaungsu Hall seven times with the participation of 702 delegates from eight groups from 2004 to 2007 in order to approve the Constitution (2008).
  • The previous Tatmadaw govern­ments in successive eras have been implementing agriculture and livestock farming works in respective zones for greening the 30th-mile radius area of Yangon City and for local people to have good food supplies.
  • Nyaunghnapin agriculture and livestock special zone is engaged in cultivation of crops and perennial crops such as mango, jackfruit, guava and lemon for food supplies and required to grow the vegetables successfully.
engdate: 
Thursday, June 9, 2022 - 17:15
month: 
June, 2022