Naypyidaw Union Territory
|Naypyidaw Union Territory|
|• President of Myanmar||Win Myint|
|• Mayor and Chairperson of the Naypyidaw Council||Myo Aung|
|Time zone||UTC+6:30 (MMT)|
|Area code(s)||2 (mobile: 69, 90)|
Naypyidaw Union Territory (Burmese: နေပြည်တော် ပြည်တောင်စုနယ်မြေ; also spelled Nay Pyi Taw) is an administrative division in central Myanmar (Burma). The Union Territory encompasses the administrative capital of Myanmar, Naypyidaw.
The Naypyidaw Union Territory consists of the following districts and townships:
- Ottara District (also known as North Naypyidaw)
- Dekkhina District (also known as South Naypyidaw)
Naypyidaw Union Territory is under the direct administration of the President. Day-to-day functions are carried out on the President's behalf by the Naypyidaw Council led by a Chairperson. The Chairperson and members of the Naypyidaw Council are appointed by the President and include both civilians and Armed Forces representatives.
On 30 March 2011, President Thein Sein appointed Thein Nyunt as chairman of the Naypyidaw Council, along with 9 chair members: Than Htay, Colonel Myint Aung Than, Kan Chun, Paing Soe, Saw Hla, Myint Swe, Myint Shwe and Myo Nyunt.
|Source: 2014 Myanmar Census|
The 2014 Myanmar Census reported that Naypyidaw Union Territory had a population of 1,160,242. The population density was 164.4 people per km². The census reported that the median age was 26.8 years, and 95 males per 100 females. There were 262,253 households; the mean household size was 4.1.
The population in terms of religious affiliation was as follows: 96.8% Buddhist, 2.1% Muslim, and 1.1% Christian.
- Census Report. The 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing Census. 2. Naypyitaw: Ministry of Immigration and Population. May 2015. p. 17.
- "Myanmar Area Codes". En.18dao.net. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
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- "Constitution of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar" (PDF). Upload.wikimedia.org. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
- Thein Sein (31 March 2011). "Notification No. 7/2011: Formation of Nay Pyi Taw Council" (PDF). New Light of Myanmar. p. 15. Retrieved 21 August 2011.
- "Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory Report" (PDF). 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing Census. May 2015.
- "The Union Report: Religion" (PDF). The 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing Census. July 2016.
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