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Second People’s Assembly Report to the People

April 9th, 2024  •  Author:   National Unity Consultative Council  •  2 minute read
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  1. In accordance with the provisions stated in the Federal Democracy Charter (FDC), the Second People’s Assembly was convened by the National Unity Consultative Council (NUCC), lasting five days from April 4-9.
  2. A total of (204) delegates, (104) special invitees, and (128) observers participated by representing the spring revilution forces, such as (a) elected parlimentarians including the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH), (b) political parties, (c) spring reovlution forces, (d) ethnic resistance organizations, and (e) interim state/federal unit/ethnic councils. Among the participants, 64.9 percent were male, 34.3 percent were female, and the remaining 0.8 percent were others.
  3. During the people assembly, participants and special invitees reviewed and offered recommendations on reports submitted by the National Unity Consultative Council (NUCC), Joint Coordination Committees (JCCs), and ministries of National Unity Government (NUG).
  4. The following three decisions were passed by the Second People’s Assembly among the recommendations and feedback provided by the representatives:-

(a) Local Governance and Rule of Law

To review and establish harmonize mechanisms among revolution forces, including the National Unity Government (NUG), to assure the responsibility and accountability of ground administration, defense, and security mechanisms (PaAhPha, PaKaPha, and PaLaPha) according to the Federal Democracy Charter.

(b) Illegitimate Conscription Law of Military Junta

To combat the illegal conscription law of military terrorist and its consequences by an effective strategic response through collaboration with people and revolutionary forces.

(c ) The issue of Myanmar Citizenship Law (1982)

The Second People’s Assembly determined that the Myanmar Citizenship Law (1982) would be abolished. It shall be implemented in accordancw tih Chapter (5) “Interim Legislature” provisions of the Federal Democracy Charter.

  1. The remaining proposals are put on record for further discussion by respective political leading forces in accordance with the Federal Democracy Charter.
  2. All the discussion points, feedback and recommendations of attended representatives were being documented in the Assembly, and respective political leading organizations will continue coordination in accordance with the Federal Democracy Charter.
  3. The assembly agreed to hold the People’s Assembly every six months.

Second People Assembly Organizing Committee
National Unity Consultative Council
Contact

  1. Z Nang Raw – +15402144843
  2. U Nanda Sit Aung – +66628014041
  3. U Moe Thway – +959972262678
  4. Dr. Kenton Linn – +959986757468

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