Mon State Hluttaw

Mon State Hluttaw
2nd Mon State Hluttaw
Founded 8 February 2016
Tin Ei, NLD
Since 8 February 2016
Deputy Speaker
Dr. Aung Naing Oo, ANDP
Since 8 February 2016
Seats 31
23 elected MPs
8 military appointees
Political groups

     National League for Democracy (19)*
     Military (8)
     Mon National Party (2)
     All Mon Region Democracy Party (1)

     Union Solidarity and Development Party (1)
Last election
8 November 2015
Meeting place
State Hluttaw Meeting Hall
Mawlamyaing, Mon State
  • Includes three 'Ethnic Ministers (Burmese, Pa-O, Kayin)' from the NLD.

Mon State Hluttaw (Burmese: မွန်ပြည်နယ်လွှတ်တော်) is the legislature of the Burmese state of Mon State. It is a unicameral body, consisting of 31 members, including 23 elected members and 7 military representatives. As of February 2016, the Hluttaw was led by speaker Tin Ei of the National League for Democracy (NLD).

In 2015 general election, the National League for Democracy (NLD) won the most contested seats in the legislature.[1][2]

Seats of Mon State Hluttaw by Parties (result of November 2015 election)
Party Seats +/– Seats %
National League for Democracy (NLD)19Increase1961.27
Mon National Party (MNP)2Increase26.45
Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP)1Decrease133.23
All Mon Region Democracy Party (AMDP; formerly AMRDP)1Decrease63.23
National Unity Party (NUP)0Decrease20
Military appointees8 25.81
Total31 100

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