Peace Process

Mizzima Business Weekly - - ETHNIC NEWS ROUNDUP -

The Joint Co­or­di­nat­ing Body for Peace Process Fund­ing has been formed with 16 mem­bers, and the State Coun­sel­lor and Na­tional Rec­on­cil­i­a­tion and Peace Cen­tre chair­per­son, Aung San Suu Kyi, will lead the Body for Peace Process Fund­ing, the State Coun­sel­lor Of­fice spokesper­son Zaw Htay told Mizzima.

“The body in­cludes eight peo­ple from the gov­ern­ment’s side and eight peo­ple from EAO (Eth­nic Armed Or­ga­ni­za­tions). So, it makes the two sides equal,” Zaw Htay told Mizzima.

Aung San Suu Kyi will chair the Joint Co­or­di­nat­ing Body for Peace Process Fund­ing while other mem­bers from the gov­ern­ment’s side are Union Min­is­ter Kyaw Tint Swe, Peace Com­mis­sion Chair­per­son Dr. Tin Myo Win, Lieu­tenant Gen­eral Ya Pyae, Lieu­tenant Gen­eral Ye Aung, Union Min­is­ter Dr. Win Myat Aye, Up­per House Eth­nic Af­fairs Com­mit­tee chair­per­son Shila Nan Taung and Lower House MP Saw Tin Win, ac­cord­ing to Zaw Htay.

The Eth­nic Armed Or­ga­ni­za­tions has not de­cided who will be the eight mem­bers from its side. It has not de­cided how many mem­bers of NCA sig­na­tory groups, how many mem­bers of non-sig­na­tory groups and how many mem­bers of Wa and Mongla groups will be the mem­bers of the Joint Co­or­di­nat­ing Body for Peace Process Fund­ing, ac­cord­ing to Zaw Htay. on by gov­ern­ment forces with one ex­plod­ing in the air, while an­other fell to the ground.

Upon ex­am­i­na­tion, the un­dam­aged ve­hi­cle was found to have been fas­tened with TNT ex­plo­sives and equipped with an au­to­matic fly­ing sys­tem, one cam­era, five mo­tors and one auto-pi­lot sen­sor.

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