Mr. President… The development of a country is measured by the improvement of the lives of ordinary citizens in the country. The most important factor is how easy or hard the daily needs were reached.
Saying the country has development while the people are plunging deeper into poverty is neither consistent nor right. Moreover, it is an important duty of the government to improve the education and healthcare sectors.
We had exchanged open letters over an article I wrote in March.
The article I wrote was “Would Myanmar plunge deeper into recession?”
Since you felt dissatisfied with it, you wrote an open letter to me. I replied you in two letters. You then wrote another letter on April 11 over my letter. I have not written anything to you since then.
A comment in President Thein Sein’s radio speech on October 6 stood out. He said, in the next parliamentary term, the Constitution would be amended so city and township councils would be elected by the public rather than appointed by the government.
I could not reply to you immediately as I have been busy lately. But I have to continue telling like it is it because it might be assumed that someone who did the wrong things is actually someone who did the right things.
You said, “A news media has to inquire who is being the plot as it has taken interest from the public. If the perpetrator is known, it is a chance to report it in Tomorrow Journal”.
The article “U Tin Aye and voter lists: let’s solely tell about this to President” published in No.50, Volume 10 of the Weekly Eleven Journal, which was edited and featured in The Nation, Thailand’s Independent Newspaper, is featured again with the new title “Fear grows of another stolen poll in Myanmar.”