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Published on Thursday, 17 January 2013 14:50
Two members of President Thein Sein’s Cabinet have resigned, according to a report in state-run media yesterday which described the sudden departure of the pair as voluntary.
The president officially signed off on the resignations of Thein Tun, minister for communications and information technology, and Thura Myint Maung, minister for religious affairs, on Wednesday, the report said. No other details were provided.