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Published on Wednesday, 12 December 2012 20:18
Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC) has imposed a ban on graffiti painting on wall in public since December 3.
In an announcement, YCDC said the move is aimed at preventing the undisciplined manners of graffiti and making Yangon a clean and beautiful city.
The characters and paintings, drawn by some city dwellers on the buildings, bridges and fences of schools, parks, markets and playgrounds, are hideous to the city’s image, the committee said.
Violation will incur certain consequences in accordance with the YCDC regulation.