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Burma Update - NLD Will NOT Register_ Daw Aung San Suu Kyi_s Six-point Message - 29 March 2010

Burma Update - NLD Will NOT Register_ Daw Aung San Suu Kyi_s Six-point Message - 29 March 2010

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Published by Nyo Gyi
NLD's decision is suitable for Burmese people. Military Dictators are very bad for Burmese people. We must stand for NLD and Burmese people.
NLD's decision is suitable for Burmese people. Military Dictators are very bad for Burmese people. We must stand for NLD and Burmese people.

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Published by: Nyo Gyi on Apr 03, 2010
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Burma’s largest political party, National League for Democracy (NLD) thisafternoon decided not to register with the Election Commission for its continuedexistence in view of the unjust and unfair election laws recently promulgated bythe military junta, chief spokesman of the NLD U Nyan Win told newsmen.This resolution was adopted unanimously by the Central Committee meeting of theparty, which took place at the head office of the NLD in Rangoon this afternoon.The meeting was attended by 113 central committee members from all over Burmaheaded by Central Executive Committee members.The Central Committee meeting of the NLD also adopted another resolution, whichcalled on the Burma military junta to release all political prisoners including DawAung San Suu Kyi immediately.This decision of the NLD, not to register with the Election Commission for itscontinued existence will have devastating effect on the upcoming generalelections to be held by the military government.In explaining about the decision of the NLD not to register with the ElectionCommission, U Nyan Win said: We have adopted this historic decision not for thecontinued existence of our party but for the continued pursuit of political goal of the party.Vice-President of the NLD U Tin Oo, who chaired the today’s central committeemeeting, also briefed the newsmen saying that the NLD itself would not abolish itsown party. The NLD will continue to work peacefully towards the democratic goalwith the strength of the entire people and ethnic national races even though theNLD may not be a political party anymore.Now they (military government) can do as they like. They can arrest all of us anddo whatever they like. We are ready for all kinds of persecution and intimidation,U Tin Oo declared.U Nyan Win, who met Daw Aung San Suu Kyi last Tuesday, now revealed that DawAung San Suu Kyi has given him her views for the NLD Central ExecutiveCommittee, which in fact was made up of six points. They are as follow:
1. She would never accept the 2008 State Constitution of the militarygovernment and would stick to Shwegonedine Declaration, which was issued bythe NLD on April 29 last year.
 
(Note: This declaration called on the military junta torelease all political prisoners, conduct meaningful dialogue with all stake holders including theleaders of the ethnic nationalities and the review of the 2008 State Constitution.)

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