Khoon Clai Free
How do the residents of Ywar Thit, Bawlakha Township, feel about the upcoming 2020 election? What kind of representatives do they want? What do they want to see and change?
Daw Owne Pwint (Southern Ywar Thit)
“When I make a choice, I will look at the candidate name and choose the person who will help people. In our community, everything is in need. It would be good if they come and help after the election, little by little. As we have monastery, what our village needs is the pagoda needs to be renovated. And if commodity prices go up, no more hope that they will go down. If possible, it would be better if the commodity becomes a lower price after the 2020 election. As we are just the person who earn by daily, we may spend more if the price is lower.”
Daw Mya Lay (Southern Ywar Tit)
“I expect a person who serves for the state development, who love and support the villagers, without any discrimination. I would like to expect such attitudes, What I want to request is a lot. But I will ask for it again only when it happens. There are a lot in need, something like the medicines support at the hospital.”
U Toe Aung (Northern Ywar Tit)
“If the voting is that age over-18 is mandatory to vote, our family will vote. Since it is a multi-party democracy, there are many ballot boxes. My family is not in the same house also. As we stay separte, our voting person would be different. As you can see, nothing has happened since the governance era of USDP. In the current five-year term, in Ywar Tit, nothing, like the road, changed although we request to construct the road which has sharp curves. Like this picture. Whichever party wins the seat, we expect only to have good transportation.
Soe Moe Aung (Southern Ywar Tit)
“When the time comes, I will have to vote. I will vote the person I want, and you will see it. It would be good if it (Election) is ran safely without any interruption. There are a lot of requirements in our community such as the roads, lakes, water supply system, and electricity and so on.”