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USDP discuss ‘crucial clauses’ of constitution

Burma’s ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) will on Monday discuss proposals to amend about 80 clauses in the 2008 Constitution, including clause 59(f) which sees denotes qualifications for the President and Vice-Presidents’ positions, according to a party representative speaking on the second day of Central Committee talks in Naypyidaw on Sunday.

The USDP representative said the party’s Central Committee will on Monday vote on what he called some “crucial clauses”.

The press was not invited to cover the USDP Central Committee meeting which has taken place since Saturday.



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