Myanmar's deputy minister for Information Zaw Min Tun speaks during a press briefing at the Defense Service Museum in Naypyidaw on Jan 26, 2021. (THET AUNG/ AFP)
YANGON - Myanmar's State Administration Council will proceed with its five roadmaps in the country, Zaw Min Tun, deputy minister for Information told a press conference on Thursday.
At this time, ASEAN and other countries urged us to go through dialogue to solve the country's crisis. As we said, we will proceed with our five roadmaps.
Zaw Min Tun, deputy minister for Information
"At this time, ASEAN and other countries urged us to go through dialogue to solve the country's crisis. As we said, we will proceed with our five roadmaps," said Zaw Min Tun, adding that they headed to the dialogue path from November last year to January to solve disputes over the voting results of general elections.
Under the roadmaps, the inspection of voter lists of last year's general elections will continue to be carried out and the country's power will be transferred to the winning party after a new election is held as a final step, he said.
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A one-year state of emergency was declared in Myanmar on Feb 1 this year and the state power was handed over to the Commander-in-Chief of Defense Services Sen-Gen Min Aung Hlaing, chair of newly formed State Administration Council.
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