Spring Revolution Local News – May 2 (Morning)

Summary of News

  1. Union Minister Dr Sasa, his members and Dr. Tay Za San, Protest leaders from various parts of Myanmar, the leaders of the student union discussed about the crimes committed by the military council as well as activities related to the revolution
  2. National Unity Government; U Aung Myo Min, the Minister of Human Rights, urges to report without hesitating, if there is any violations of labor rights on the May Day celebrations, held by the Ministry of Labor
  3. The Union Minister for Economy and Trade, Daw Khin Ma Ma Myo, said in an interview with NST on May 2 that governments, including the International Monetary Fund, are negotiating to set up a fund to support SMEs
  4. Some employers and non-CDMs still serve the military council to this day, said Deputy Labor Minister U Kyaw Ni at a ceremony to mark World Labor Day (May Day) held by the National Unity Government’s Labor Ministry
  5. According to the Interim Education Program, the Ministry of Education will open a business English language course for the students to continue their education
Union Minister Dr Sasa, his members and Dr. Tay Za San, Protest leaders from various parts of Myanmar, the leaders of the student union discussed about the crimes committed by the military council as well as activities related to the revolution

The Union Minister spoke about the activities of the National Unity Government (NUG) and the Ministry of International Cooperation (MOIC) and the achievements of the people of Myanmar. They agreed to work more closely together for the future of democracy in Myanmar.

National Unity Government; U Aung Myo Min, the Minister of Human Rights, urges to report without hesitating, if there is any violations of labor rights on the May Day celebrations, held by the Ministry of Labors house

“In this regard, both the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Human Rights are urging the international community to take action against both employers and military councils for violating labor rights, so bring these cases together and send them to justice so that they can be prosecuted,” he said.

During the Spring Revolution, military councils killed more than 30 workers and detained more than 100.

The Union Minister for Economy and Trade, Daw Khin Ma Ma Myo, said in an interview with NST on May 2 that governments, including the International Monetary Fund, are negotiating to set up a fund to support SMEs

Based on the draft at the union level, we are now working more to support both in terms of technical and financial support as well as the establishment of development centers, for SMEs. We are also working with international funds and governments to establish and support SME funding

At present, the National Unity Government has formed a committee at the union level to increase employment opportunities and increase income, and is working on a project in collaboration with various ministries.

Some employers and non-CDMs still serve the military council to this day, said Deputy Labor Minister U Kyaw Ni at a ceremony to mark World Labor Day (May Day) held by the National Unity Government’s Labor Ministry

“Now the country is falling apart. There is no rule of law in the country. At a time when the country people are sacrificing for the future of a federal union in Burma, some employers and some non-CDMs are serving the military council. The junta is to blame for all the problems in the country today,” he said. 1.6 million workers lost their jobs due to the military coup

According to the Interim Education Program, the Ministry of Education will open a business English language course for the students to continue their education

The short course program, Business English, will last from three to five months and will start on May 11.

The teaching format is Facebook Closed Group and Zoom and will initially teach 50 participants, the application deadline is on May 9 at 6 pm.

The course will be held weekly on Thursdays and Fridays from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. The course is led by the Technical Engineering Students Network of the University of Technology.

6. News of the violence in the villages by more than 40 people have been taken hostage by the military council in Pinlaebu Township

Sagaing Division, Katha District, Kawlin town, south of Pinlaebu Township villages were raided by the military council on May 1, taking nearly 40 to 50 people hostage, locals said. In Pinlaebu, more than 300 Pyu Saw Htee with soldiers were divided into two divisions, a troop with more than 170 were involving violence in villages.

(Pinlaebu resident)

In Sagaing Division, the military continues to carry out acts of terrorism in a way that causes Pyu Saw Htee and PDFs to clash with each other as the military becomes understaffed.

A Palei resident said the military council was also using religious and racist tactics to find ways to divide the PDFs.

(A resident of Pa Lae)

On April 22, six houses in Pinlaebu were set on fire by soldiers and civilian homes believed to be providing PDFs were destroyed by heavy artillery, destroying nearly half of Myoma ward and destroying the city. Since the second week of April, the military council has also used fighter jets to carry out violence in Pinlaebu.

#Credit : Radio NUG

Related Posts