USDP spokeswoman Dr Nanda Hla Myint says it is not time for the military to leave politics

Dr. Nanda Hla Myint, a spokeswoman for the USDP Central Executive Party, said it was not yet time to leave military politics. “Why amend the constitution? How to fix it? ”Said USDP spokesperson Dr Nanda Hla Myint.

“The current situation in our country, And the presence of ethnic armed groups. We still have a long way to go before we can get the military out of politics, as there is still a lot to be done with the military. We are thinking only for the peace of the country and for the future development of the country. We are not protecting the military, ”he said.

According to the 2008 constitution, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces has the right to nominate 25 percent of the military representatives. Minister of Home Affairs The Commander-in-Chief also has the right to nominate the Minister of Border Affairs and Security.

“We are not assigned by anyone,” he said. He is carrying out his duties as a historian. However, if the situation stabilizes and develops from time to time, our Tatmadaw will have to return to its original duties, ”said Brigadier General Tun Tun Nyi, vice-chairman of the Tatmadaw Information Committee.

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