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Naypyidaw: Myanmar’s parliament speaker U Shwe Mann on Tuesday hoped the country would witness the democratic reform in a smooth and stable way, Xinhua reported.

Responding to the leadership change of the ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP), he told the House of Representatives that he did not want to bring matters of the party to the parliament.

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U Shwe Mann

U Htay Oo, who replaced U Shwe Mann as the USDP chairman on August 13, said the party’s leadership change was done with consolidation within the party and it would not bear grudge over any person.

The party would enter the November 8 general election without change of its candidates, he said, stressing that there was also no change in the party’s policy.

(IANS)

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Narendra Modi to fast on April 12 against Parliament disruption

BJP President Amit Shah will observe a hunger strike at Hubli in Karnataka while party MPs will fast in their constituencies

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will fast on Thursday against the washout of the second edition of the budget session of Parliament that ended on April 6 due to protests by opposition parties.

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Prime Minister, Narendra Modi stressed on the importance of service to others in his last Mann Ki Baat edition for 2017.
Prime Minister, Narendra Modi will be fasting on 12th April.

“The Prime Minister will observe a fast even while engaged in his official duty and official engagements,” BJP spokesperson G.V.L. Narsimha Rao told IANS.

This will be part of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s day-long hunger strike that day to protest against the disruption of Parliament by the opposition. BJP President Amit Shah will observe a hunger strike at Hubli in Karnataka while party MPs will fast in their constituencies. IANS

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