Mon State’s military council pushes for reopening of cinemas

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Mawlamyine, April (1)

In Mon State, the military council is pushing for the reopening of cinemas, which have been closed for more than two years due to the pandemic.

The Mon State Council met with departmental officials, cinema owners and agents on March 30 to press for the reopening of cinemas in the State.

At the meeting, Zaw Lin Tun, State Chief Minister of the Military Council, called for the renewal of the Royal Theater, Thiri Myaing Cinema in Mawlamyine and Ocean Center, and he added, the rest needed to continue operation.



In addition, the cinemas that are not yet in operation need to comply with certain rules and regulations, and failure to do so would lead to a breach of contract, he insisted.

The regime’s Ministry of Information has announced that 60 of the more than 190 cinemas across the country will reopen on April 17.

On the opening day of the cinema, the movie “Can’t Stay Away From You” starring Lu Min and Shwe Hmonen Rati is scheduled to be released.

Pro-democracy and revolutionary forces have called for a boycott of cinemas to be reopened on the orders of the regime.

News – Than Lwin Times

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