29.08.2022 – 02.09.2022 A Tate Papers A Pine (2)

A social worker who was a prosecution witness for the criminal case No. (50) filed under the Anti-Corruption Law against U Win Myint and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi regarding the handling of helicopter maintenance matters. According to reports about the case, former Deputy Minister of Rescue and Resettlement U Soe Aung was examined.

On August 9, U Win Myint and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, who were charged with anti-corruption laws, were examined in court at the special court in Nay Pyi Taw Prison.

At the trial, Criminal Case No. 46, which was charged under the Anti-Corruption Law against U Win Myint and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. 47 48 49 and 50, social worker who was a prosecution witness for case No. U Soe Aung, former deputy minister of the Ministry of Rescue and Resettlement, was examined.


These cases include renting a helicopter while in political office; It is reported that U Win Myint and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi have been prosecuted under the anti-corruption law because they used their authority and authority in purchasing and preservation matters and did not comply with the financial regulations and allowed them to proceed through the steps of the office letter.


Under the previous government, a helicopter was rented from the National Disaster Management Fund between 2019 and 2021 under the pretext of carrying out natural disaster prevention activities. In addition to non-compliance with the directive No. 1/2017 of the President’s Office, including the financial payments for the lease period, U Win Myint and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi were prosecuted under anti-corruption laws for failing to comply with financial regulations due to the use of the National Disaster Management Fund, which was not authorized to be used by the relevant ministry in accordance with the procedure for the purchase and use of a state-owned helicopter.


helicopter rental; purchase; Regarding conservation matters, U Win Myint and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi have been scheduled to appear in court again on August 15 for the cases in which they have been charged with anti-corruption laws.

According to some pawnshops, the interest rate on gold has increased from only (two) percent to three (3) percent, and there are people who cannot choose gold again.

“It has been set since this month. Before, it only took two kyats. “Now the prices of other goods are rising, so we have to raise the interest,” said an owner of a pawn shop in a suburban township.


Previously, the gold interest rate in pawnshops was only (2) percent, but it has increased to (3) percent since August.

Also, according to some pawnshops, there are more people who have gold pawns in pawnshops who cannot redeem them.

“There are more and more people who cannot re-elect. They ended up selling the goods,” said an owner of a pawn shop in Yangon.


Currently, there are financial difficulties; Due to the imbalance between income and expenditure, those who have mortgaged their gold in pawnshops are unable to redeem it and end up dying.


“Even if they can’t be re-elected, they will pay interest. Pay interest every three months. I can’t pay interest, so I’m running out of money. Now, let alone to redeem, I have to withdraw the interest cost. Spending is no longer equal to income,” said a resident of Dagon East Township.

According to the pawnshops, there are more and more people who are not able to buy not only gold but also other useful items in the pawnshops.

It is reported that pawnshops lend only 70 percent of the value of the mortgage.

On August 19, more than 800 workers were sent to Thailand through the Myawady Mae Sot No. 2 Friendship Bridge under the MoU system.

On August 19th, one of the foreign employment agency companies that sent MoU workers to Thailand, Phu Aung agency sent 333 workers to restaurants, restaurants in Thailand. factory They will have to go to the workshops to work.


It is known that 194 workers from Myanmar Shwe Rhant Agency have been sent to work in a pineapple factory in Thailand.

In addition, 40 male MoU workers signed a bilateral agreement to legally work in the seafood industry in Bangkok, Thailand. It is also known that 10 women were sent from the Kawthaung – Ranong waterway on August 19.


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