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Updated on November 5, 2018 From Daily Eleven

President receives 26 complaint letters

President U Win Myint received 26 complaint letters when he came to the polling station in Tamwe Township to cast his vote in the by-election yesterday.

Most of complaints are linked to Multi-Level Marketing (MLM). The temporary center opened near No.3 polling booth to receive the complaints. Officials of the General Administration Department and the Special Branch (SB) received complaint letters.

The complaints are related to farmland disputes, building ownership disputes and the losses caused by MLM system.

During the two-day tour to Ayeyawady Region in late October, the President received 81 complaints. The President himself will read all complaint letters.

On September 18, the Commerce Ministry issued an order banning the MLM businesses. It takes effect from the day the order is issued. Action will be taken against MLM businesses in accordance with Section 5 of the Important Goods and Services Law.

An official from the Special Branch said: “Currently, the temporary complaint center has received 26 letters. We will send them to the director who accompanies the President. He will forward them to the President. Some envelopes include even three letters.”

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