Bago Region Hluttaw

Bago Region Hluttaw
2nd Bago Region Hluttaw
Founded 8 February 2016
Khin Maung Yin, NLD
Since 8 February 2016
Deputy Speaker
Kyi Zin, NLD
Since 8 February 2016
Seats 76
57 elected MPs
19 military appointees
Political groups

     National League for Democracy (55)*
     Military (19)

     Union Solidarity and Development Party (2)
Last election
8 November 2015
Meeting place
Region Hluttaw Meeting Hall
Bago, Bago Region
  • Includes one 'Ethnic Minister (Kayin)' from the NLD.

Bago Region Hluttaw (Burmese: ပဲခူးတိုင်းဒေသကြီးလွှတ်တော်) is the legislature of the Burmese region of Bago Region. It is a unicameral body, consisting of 76 members, including 57 elected members and 19 military representatives.[1] As of February 2016, the Hluttaw was led by speaker Khin Maung Yin of the National League for Democracy (NLD).

As of the 2015 general election, the National League for Democracy (NLD) won the most contested seats in the legislature, based on the most recent election results.[2]

General Election results (Nov. 2015)

Party Seats +/–
National League for Democracy (NLD)55Increase54
Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP)2Decrease50
National Unity Party (NUP)0Decrease3
Kayin People's Party (KPP)0Decrease1

See also


  1. Nixon, Hamish (September 2013). State and Region Governments in Myanmar (PDF). Myanmar Development Resource Institute. p. 92.
  2. Myanmar Times - Election Winners
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