State Counselor for the 2020 General Election; NLD chairwoman Aung San Suu Kyi reportedly made some attempts to file a land dispute while submitting her list of candidates.
The incident took place outside the office of the Rangoon Southern District Election Commission branch office in Thanlyin Township on August 4.
Aung Naing, a resident of Thanlyin Township’s Old Quarter, said: The ward administrator, The township administrator pretended not to know. We also sent a letter to the Region Representative Constituency 2. When we wrote the letter, they said they could not interfere. It is a government that our people voted with one vote in their hearts. What helps us? So the representative did not help and the township administrator pretended not to know. So, as a people, let me give you this letter, ”he said.
Although there is a separate area for receiving complaints, some people who are facing land disputes have been prevented from doing so by security officials as they try to get the letter written directly on Suu Kyi’s car, fearing it will be lost.
“We have been arrested,” he said. We are not mobs. I knelt down and gave it to him, ”said Aung Naing, the complainant.
An official from the Southern District General Administration Department met with some people trying to file a complaint, saying that the ban was in compliance with the regulations during the COVID-19 epidemic and that they would still disinfect the letter and send it to the State Counselor.
The Rangoon Southern District Administrator said, “It was also the Kovis period. The virus is contagious. Once disinfected, it will be handed over to an adult. There are officials from the President’s Office. Once we have disinfected, we will deliver them. Not everything that is done through them is here. It’s the same everywhere. We guarantee it will be in our hands, ”he said.
Negotiations then went well and complaints were lodged about the land issue. About four letters were received, and a letter of complaint was received at the complaint department.