Spring Revolution Local News – May 1 (Evening)

Summary of News

  1. Union Minister Dr Sasa says all ethnic brothers and sisters have signed the Panglong Agreement in the blood of ending the military dictatorship on Myanmar Land
  2. 98% of People voted to buy back terrorist Military Leader Min Aung Hlaing’s house
  3. Norway welcomes ILO’s commission of inquiry into neglect of international labor standards in Myanmar
Union Minister Dr Sasa says all ethnic brothers and sisters have signed the Panglong Agreement in the blood of ending the military dictatorship on Myanmar Land

In the blood of ending the military dictatorship on Myanmar land, all ethnic brothers and sisters have signed the Panglong Agreement, Union Minister Dr Sasa told a global meeting of Myanmar nationals on May 1. “In the past, General Aung San signed the Panglong Agreement in the agreement. None of the generals implemented it. Today, the Panglong Agreement is signed in the blood of the people of Burma. It is written in the heart.

98% of People voted to buy back terrorist Military Leader Min Aung Hlaing’s house

On May 1, Union Minister U Tin Tun Naing released the “48-hour results” of the popular vote results as 98% to buy back terrorist Military Leader Min Aung Hlaing’s house.
More than 13,000 people, 98 percent of the people, voted to buy back the home of terrorist leader Min Aung Hlaing. 98% of the people want to buy back the property that was illegally taken by Min Aung Hlaing and his friends. Most people hate the military dictatorship. “It reflects the reality that they want to eradicate it.”

The total budget for the purchase is 150,000 kyats (US $ 7.5 million). There may be people who cannot buy due to various reasons, but there may be increasing amount of people when the actual sale. Nearly 4,000 people want to report on the assets of military council members and received more than 200 reports. There are some suggestions on how to look or get an appointment for antique items. I respectfully listen and read for the voice of the people. The majority advice is to buy and sell quickly and efficiently. To use all the proceeds regularly and quickly to win the revolution.

The EOD project is also trying to start the first sale, ”he added.

Norway welcomes ILO’s commission of inquiry into neglect of international labor standards in Myanmar

Norway welcomes ILO decision to set up commission of inquiry into neglect of international labor standards in Myanmar published on May 1 by the Norwegian Embassy in Rangoon.
“Every year on May 1, World Labor Day is celebrated around the world in recognition of workers’ rights. The Burmese workforce is at the forefront of improving working conditions and is also involved in the pro-democracy movement in Burma.
Covid-19 pandemic and last year’s Burmese military coup, workers suffered from worsening working conditions. With the loss of job opportunities, facing very difficult situation. “Today, we will be honoring their sacrifices and encouraging their ongoing efforts to improve working conditions.”

#Credit : Radio NUG

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