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Aung Myat

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Preceded by  Khin Zaw
Name  Aung Myat
Spouse(s)  Phyu Phyu Nyunt
Preceded by  Office established

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Born  14 April 1963 (age 52) Pwela, Pindaya Township, Burma (1963-04-14)
Political party  Union Solidarity and Development Party
Children  Su Myat Phyu, Aye Myat Phyu, Htet Myat Aung

Constituency  Pindaya Township No. 1

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Aung Myat (Burmese: အောင်မြတ်) is the Burmese politician and incumbent Deputy Speaker of Shan State Hluttaw. He previously served as Chief Minister of Shan State. Aung Myat is an ethnic Danu.

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Aung Myat was born on 14 April 1963 to parents Nyunt Aung and Khin Kyi, in Pwela, Pindaya Township, Burma. He is a retired Lieutenant-Colonel in the Myanmar Army, having graduated from the Defense Services Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree. Aung Myat is married to Phyu Phyu Nyunt and has 2 daughters and 1 son; Su Myat Phyu, Aye Myat Phyu, and Htet Myat Aung.

A member of the Union Solidarity and Development Party, he was elected to represent Pindaya Township Constituency No. 1 as a Shan State Hluttaw representative in the Burmese general election, 2010.

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Aung Myat Wikipedia


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