Myanmar Law (2001)
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The State Peace and Development Council
The Law Amending the Political Pension Law
(The State Peace and Development Council Law No. 2/2001)
The7th Waxing Day of Tabaung, 1362 M.E.
(28th February, 2001 )

The State Peace and Development Council hereby enacts the following

1. This Law shall be called the Law Amending the Political Pension Law.

2. Sub-section (a) and sub-section (b) of section 17 of the Political Pension shall be substituted by the following sub-section (a) and sub-section (b) : -

(a) There is the right to enjoy political gratuity only after completion of a total period of at least 4 years, during which political responsibility was carried out. However, the political gratuity shall be enjoyed only when assignment of political responsibility is not continued. In calculating the political gratuity, it shall be the political gratuity equivalent to the salary determined for one month, according to the political responsibility for each year of the period during which political responsibility was carried out.

(b) After carrying out the political responsibility satisfactorily, if assignment of responsibility is not continued due to reason of health , injury or organization purpose or death, there is the right to enjoy political gratuity for the period during which political responsibility was carried out ,without the stipulation of period of political responsibility.

In calculating the political gratuity it shall be the political gratuity equivalent to the salary determined for one month, according to the political responsibility for each year of the period during which political responsibility was carried out.

3. The provisions relating to political gratuity contained in section 2 of this Law shall have effect from 1st February, 2001.


(Sd.) Than Shwe
Senior General
Chairman
The State Peace and Development Council

 
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