The military council, which has fewer and fewer ways to earn foreign currency, has once again come up with another plan to seize the people’s hard-earned money to earn foreign currency. 25 percent of the salary sent back to the country by those who work abroad must be remitted to the banking systems controlled by the military council. The transfer of money is controlled by the Military Council and must be transferred only according to the transfer rate set by them. It is said that this fact must be signed between the employment agencies and the workers. At that point, the workers will no longer receive according to the market price, but will only receive the price offset by the military council. Most of the current workers are sending money through the hondy system, and the remittance rate set by the military council is very different from the outside market price. Foreign countries are only trying to get the dollars they want without making anything convenient for Myanmar workers.