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Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) welcomes the
formation of the Burma’s Patriotic Military Network 
18 April 2011
Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) welcomes the formation of the Burma’s Patriotic
Military Network with reference to the BBC/Burmese news on 18 April 2011. According to the news the network is comprises of with Army, Navy and Air Forcemilitary personnel ranging from the ranks of the soldiers to major-general. Please seethe link http://www.bbc.co.uk/burmese/burma/2011/04/110418_army_network.shtml According to the BBC/Burmese, the network members units and members are1.
Hi-Gyi Island Navy Base,2.
No. 501 Maw-Bi Air Force Base,3.
Mait-Hti-La Air Force Training Base,4.
Infantry Regiment 6,5.
Light Infantry Regiment 7,6.
Light Infantry Regiment 8,7.
Main Military Ammunitions Storage Base,8.
Main Electronic Engineers Base,9.
Inn-Ma Army Base and10.
 Ye-Mon Infantry Regiment 214.Myo Thein, the Director of the Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) said
“We are very 
glad to learn that patriotic soldiers of Burma are forming the
Patriotic Military Network 
which we believe it will be leading towards working with the people so as toget rid of the military dictatorship system in Burma. We sincerely hope that the restof the soldiers in the Burma military will follow steps joining the Patriotic Militar
 Recently on 13 April 2011, an army captain from Ka-La-Ya (91) based in Maw-Biunder the command of the Rangoon Division Military Command has fallen as theresult of the shooting from military units outside the regiment which are takingposition outside the Ka-La-Ya (91). Please see the reporthttp://www.bbc.co.uk/burmese/burma/2011/04/110415_hmawbishooting.shtml
Soldiers from various military bases including Ka-La-Ya (91) had called for the (4)demands since 28 March 2011 such as1.
To review the constitution2.
To amend the veteran soldiers law and increase the pension3.
To find the solution of the Burma political crisis in political means4.
To re-form the government which gains the support of the publicU Khin Maung Win
, the Director of the Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) said “In
Burma, it is our general beliefs that if the three sons of Burma are united togetherand joined hands together, we can bring about the change in Burma. In 1988 and1996, the students (the sons of the schools) were spear-headed the public and openedthe new chapters in Burma. In 2007, the Buddhist monks (the sons of the LordBuddha) were at the fore-front of the public demanding the change in Burma. Now this time, we genuinely hope that the soldiers (sons of the wars) will take the lead
 bringing about the peace and prosperity in Burma.
  According to the BBC/Burmesehttp://www.bbc.co.uk/burmese/burma/2011/04/110414_shootings709.shtmlthereare reports of the clashes between the combined forces of Ka-La-Ya (709) & (710)and Rangoon Division Special Forces resulting in one sergeant had fallen and 4injured of which 3 seriously wounded.
U Tint Swe Thiha, the Patron of the Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) said “The
Burma soldiers have the good reputation of standing with the public decisively whenthe time is necessary. When we look at the 1988 mass uprising, the Burma soldiersfrom army, navy and air-force joined hands together with the public and unitedtogether. As the result, General Ne Win led one party authoritarian regime wastoppled leading toward holding the election in 1990 in which Daw Aung San Suu Kyiled National League for Democracy (NLD) won the land-
slide victory.”
 Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) understands that most of the soldiers in theBurma military wanted to serve the people and the nation rather than a bunch of thecorrupted dictator generals.
Daw Khin Aye Aye Mar, the Patron of the Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) said “In
Burma, Maw-Bi, Taik-Gyi, Min-Gala-Don and Maik-Hti-La constituencies are rightto say the military towns since they are mostly hosting soldiers of the military bases.In 1990 election, almost all of the military towns voted for the Daw Aung San Suu
Kyi’s Party and elected the NLD MPs. Now, the time is RIGHT again and we honest
ly hope that patriotic soldiers will take action decisively leading towards national
reconciliation in Burma.”
 Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) expresses our solidarity with the patriotic soldiersfighting for their rights and we would like to call for all the people of Burma to welcome the brave patriotic soldiers.

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