Chin State Hluttaw

2nd Chin State Hluttaw
Founded8 February 2016
Zo Bawi, NLD
since 8 February 2016
Deputy Speaker
Aung Than, NLD
since 8 February 2016
18 elected MPs
6 military appointees
Political groups
  National League for Democracy (12)

  Military (6)
  Union Solidarity and Development Party (4)

  Zomi Congress for Democracy (2)
Last election
8 November 2015
Meeting place
State Hluttaw Meeting Hall
Hakha, Chin State

Chin State Hluttaw (Burmese: ချင်းပြည်နယ်လွှတ်တော်) is the legislature of the Burmese state of Chin State. It is a unicameral body, consisting of 24 members, including 18 elected members and 6 military representatives.[1] As of February 2016, the Hluttaw was led by speaker Zo Bawi 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.[2][3] Nevertheless, the NLD was unable to win an absolute majority in the legislature due to the 6 appointed military members in the legislature.

Election results


Party Seats +/– %
National League for Democracy (NLD) 12 Increase12 50.00
Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) 4 Decrease3 16.67
Zomi Congress for Democracy (ZCD) 2 Increase2 8.33
Chin National Party (CNP) 0 Decrease5 0.00
Chin Progressive Party (CPP) 0 Decrease5 0.00
Ethnic National Development Party (ENDP) 0 Decrease1 0.00
Military Appointees 6 25.00
Total 24 100.00

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
  3. ^ Myanmar Times - State/Region Hluttaw Results: Graphics