May Thingyan Hein (Myit Makha)
Iâ€™m confused and canâ€™t understand about why the MPs want to disband the Constitutional Tribunal.
The MPs will say if the committees are recognized as national level, they will have the same authorities as ministers and so they can do more for the public.
The duties of the MPs are to revise and pass laws. In this case, the president even told them to revise the constitution. Instead, they tried to disband the tribunal. As a normal citizen, I canâ€™t understand it at all.
We have no choice but just to listen what they are doing.
Meanwhile, I realized people are more and more interested about the happenings in the parliament.
What I can tell is the street-side shop owners know what MPs are talking about.
Since NLD stepped into the parliament, the people pay attending to the parliamentary news via TV channels, Radio channels, newspapers and journals. The listened, read and hoped.
What I learned is they are always hoping for the good of the country. Why? Because they believe that if the country improves, so do their lives.
Their hopes much depend on Daw Aung San Suu Kyi (DASSK).
I can understand the opinions of the MPs who want the committees to be recognized as national level. They need to strengthen their powers. I donâ€™t think the tribunal did a wrong decision by refusing to recognize.
They did their jobs. They followed the constitution.
I still remember what one of my friends said: Democracy doesnâ€™t have Iâ€™m right and he is wrong, it is both sides have right things. An interesting note.
As far as I know, a true democracy values the common grounds. Of course, the human rights and public sentiments are the main principles.
If that is right, the public also have the duties, not just the government, legislature and judiciary.
The leading people should take the concerns about the normal citizens.
In this tribunal dispute, I believe the rules are important.
There are many weak points in the constitution. The problems emerge from the weaknesses. The presidents had pointed it out. Therefore, the weaknesses should be revised.
This is not a matter worth of arguing. Disbanding the tribunal is not the main problem. I worry the target would divert.
Currently, the rules and regulations are important for the countryâ€™s democratic developments, I think.
The people want liberal democracy. To establish a strong constitution, rules are needed to be revised.
To oust people for such reason is against a democratic way.
As DASSK said, democracy is a way to work together on the common ground even if they have different views. She also said to listen the voices of the people.
Think carefully. Does disbanding the tribunal recognize the committees as national level?
At the moment, the MPs have much more issues to handle instead of enjoying their victory.
I just want to ask them to be ready for solving the coming problems.
The citizens are disappointed with the civil war going on the Kachin State plus the disputes in the parliament.
We want quiet, pleasant lives.