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President warns officials to avoid dishonesty and corruption

President Thein Sein has strongly advised all government officials to avoid dishonesty and corruption in a public speech delivered on Wednesday.
 
The President made the speech at a swearing in ceremony of the newly appointed deputy minister and vice-governor of the Central Bank in Nay Pyi Taw.

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Ethnic state govts prepare for regional development

The regional governments of the various ethnic states in Burma are considering plans for local development after President Thein Sein last week pledged wider mandates to regional and state administrations.

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Shwe Mann, Suu Kyi seek to reassure journalists over media laws

In meetings with Burma’s interim Press Council, opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and Parliament Speaker Shwe Mann said the controversial Printing and Publishing Enterprise Bill could still be amended before it becomes law.

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Education lead worst performing Ministries

The Parliament Affairs Committee of the Government’s Guarantees, Pledges and Undertakings Vetting Committee issued a report on various Ministries' commitments regarding performance targets in the last fiscal year. As per the report, the Ministry of Education has failed to meet its targets, making it the worst performing Ministry.

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Political prisoner pledge, government actions don’t align: Activist

President Thein Sein reiterated a promise this week that Burma’s jails would be free of political prisoners by the end of the year, a pledge that a prominent activist says is doubtful unless authorities change their prosecutorial tendencies.

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