|Preceded by||Union Parliament (1947–1962)|
|Succeeded by||Assembly of the Union (2011–present)|
|Burma Socialist Programme Party|
|6–20 October 1985|
The People's Assembly (Burmese: ပြည်သူ့လွှတ်တော်) was the unicameral legislature of the Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma from 1974 to 1988. It was established under the 1974 Constitution of Burma and disbanded with the takeover of the State Law and Order Restoration Council (SLORC) in 1988.
Following the Union Revolutionary Council (RC)'s seizure of government control in 1962, there was no functional legislature in existence from 1962 to 1974, as the Union Revolutionary Council served in its capacity.
Under the 1974 Constitution, the People's Assembly was represented by members of the Burma Socialist Programme Party. Each term was four years. (In August 2010, the old Hluttaw complex on Yangon's Pyay Road used by Gen. Ne Win's military government was slated for occupation by Yangon Division government offices.)
- The Constitution of the Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma (1974), Chapter IV: Pyithu Hluttaw
- "ရန်ကုန်တိုင်း စုပေါင်းရုံးမှ ဌာနအချို့ ပြည်လမ်းမပေါ်ရှိ ယခင်လွှတ်တော် အဆောက်အအုံသို့ ပြောင်းရွှေ့မည်". Weekly Eleven News (in Burmese). 23 August 2010. Retrieved 23 August 2010.