Spring Revolution Local News – May 16 (Morning)

Summary of News

  • CRPH says it is be clear that the terrorist army is enacting unjust laws against the essence of democracy
  • The Minister of Education says that those who participated in the Spring Revolution cannot be said to be uneducated
  • The National Unity Government says it is deeply saddened by the suffering of the people affected by the military and political conflicts in Rakhine State
  • Min Ko Naing says the National Unity Government is a good guest in the international arena
CRPH says it is be clear that the terrorist army is enacting unjust laws against the essence of democracy

The Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Representative Committee stated in the message sent to the 9th Rakhine National Day on 15 May, “The Rakhine people have suffered bitterly from the war for many years, and the development of the region has lagged behind, and the nation as a whole has bravely resisted all forms of oppression for self-determination, equality and freedom. It is clear that instead of establishing national unity with ethnic people, the terrorist army has unjustly enacted unjust laws and created them to threaten people, which are clearly against the essence of democracy.”

Today, problems, all the ethnic groups across the country, including the Rakhine State, are facing must be overcome hand in hand with faith and perseverance, the same spirit and courage. The Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Representative Committee said that it is time to work together with faith and perseverance and that it is a good time to build a colorful federal democratic union together.

The Minister of Education says that those who participated in the Spring Revolution cannot be said to be uneducated

In an interview with actor Daung in May, Union Minister for Education Dr. Zaw Wai Soe said “Actually, participating in the revolution does not mean that they are uneducated. They have learned a lot. In fact, they have learned a lot about how to interact with each other, how to gather information, and how to work together while fighting for their lives. It has to be recognized and graded by teachers.”

Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe added that a law should be enacted to provide education for the participants after the revolution and it is important for students, activists and comrades to continue their education.

The National Unity Government says it is deeply saddened by the suffering of the people affected by the military and political conflicts in Rakhine State

It is stated in the message sent by the National Unity Government on the 9th Rakhine National Day, “We would like to express our deepest sympathy to the people who suffer in various ways due to the military and political conflicts in the border areas including Rakhine State over the past years, and we also feel very sorry for our absences. Our government will work with relevant organizations to bring about justice for the suffering of the people in Rakhine State, and to ensure their rights.”

At present, the Rakhine people are trying to have the right to self-determination, to achieve political equality and to build national unity in Rakhine State, and all ethnic nationalities who want a federal democracy are working to rebuild the Union of Myanmar with a true federal democracy.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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