Published on Sunday, 03 February 2013 19:47
The notification, the last stage of the law, should be reviewed before issuing it to the public because of difficulties arise among the people, Lower House Speaker Thura Shwe Mann said on January 31.
Duties have been assigned to the concerned committees in order to revoke by-laws, orders and instructions inappropriate with the law, the Lower House Speaker told the reporter of Eleven Media Group.
By-laws, orders and instructions have influence on the mother law because they have not been submitted to the parliament and consequently the people have to face difficulties.
The concerned organizations designate rules and regulations, orders and by-laws. The notification is the last stage for the emergence of a law. Therefore, the proposal to review the notification before issuing it to the people has been submitted to the parliament.
The parliament needs whether the notification should be issued or not after being approved by the Union Assembly. “We will take into consideration of this point. If it is thought to be good, it needs to be practically implemented”, the Lower House Speaker Shwe Mann said.
Thein Nyunt, MP of Lower House said, “The ministries need to learn the Constitution for the time being. The Union Assembly has the legislation power to pass, amend and change laws and it does not deliver the right to passing laws to any ministry. Accordingly, next laws to be promulgated should be reviewed.”
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