“Our media outlet takes sole responsibility for the publication of each article,” said Myo Aung. “As editor-in-chief of Tanintharyi Weekly, it is I who will face any legal proceedings.”
The ill-fated, Chinese-manufactured Y-8-200F aircraft was en route to Rangoon from Myeik when it went missing last week.
“As of 3:30pm on 8 June, 29 bodies – one man, 20 women and eight children – have been recovered by the team,” says military statement.
After Tun Hla kept yelling, MP Ye Myint Swe walked up to him and slapped him across the face.
Incident happened after an argument over shabby workmanship on the doors and window frames of a school building.
The Heinda Tin Mine is operated by Myanmar Pongpipat Co Ltd which is owned by a Thai company but registered in Burma.