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Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw sends the condolence message on the passing of Japanese former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw sent the condolence message on the passing of Japanese Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

On 9 July, Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw released the statement on the passing of Japanese Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

The statement said, “We, the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw and the elected parliamentarians, are deeply stunned and saddened to learn about the passing of His Excellency Shinzo Abe, Former Prime Minister of Japan on 8 July 2022.”

It stated that the Japanese Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who had a good friend of Myanmar, would be remembered for his political leadership and his efforts to make Japan a great nation. Myanmar people would never forget his valuable support for the development of economy, democracy, freedom, and human rights in Myanmar.

Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw said it expressed heartfelt condolences and deepest sympathies to the bereaved family and to the people and Government of Japan and pray for the eternal peace of the departed soul.

Central Committee Implementing the Interim Local People Administration discusses with Committee Representing Mandalay Region Hluttaw

The meeting of the Central Committee Implementing the Interim Local People Administration and Committee Representing Mandalay Region Hluttaw was held on 8 July.

Union Minister for Health and Education Dr. Zaw Wai Soe delivered an opening speech, and the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration briefed on the activities in June, the regular communication matters between the relevant departments and forces in Mandalay Division, and the need for balanced cooperation in line with the situation on the ground.

The meeting was attended by U Lwin Ko Latt, the Vice-Chairman (1) of the Central Committee Implementing the Interim Local People Administration and Union Minister for Home Affairs and Immigration, members of the Central Committee, officials from Committee Representing Mandalay Region Hluttaw, Permanent Secretaries and Directors-General of various Ministries.

NUG Press Secretary Nay Phone Latt says that the donations are being systematically managed to ensure that there is no corruption

The National Unity Government (NUG) Press Secretary Nay Phone Latt officially said that the donations are being systematically managed to ensure that there is no corruption.

In the interview with KIC on 8 July, NUG Press Secretary Nay Phone Latt said, “NUG is working hard to ensure that there is no corruption in the received donations.”

According to the statement issued by NUG at the press conference on 21 June, it has raised USD 38 million from the sale of Treasury Bond, and over USD 7 million from the sale of the illegally occupied house of the Terrorist Military Leader Min Aung Hlaing, raising a total of 45 million, and 95% of it spend on defense.

The NUG Government also says that the revolutionary expenses required to spend USD 10 million a month.

The National League for Democracy will not recognize the elections to be organized by the military council

The National League for Democracy (NLD) announced that it will not recognize the elections to be organized by the military council

On 9 July, the National League for Democracy (NLD) Central Working Committee issued the Statement (7/2022).

According to the statement, the general elections were held on 8 November 2020 in 1,117 constituencies out of 1,117 constituencies. 

Of an estimated 38 million people eligible to vote, over 27 million people turned out to vote for Pyithu Hluttaw, over 27.5 million for Amyotha Hluttaw, and over 30 million for the Region and State Hluttaws, and therefore, it was found that 71 percent of people eligible to vote turned out to vote. The National League for Democracy (NLD) won 82.36 percent of the constituency and 920 members of parliament are elected.

The statement also states that the people of Myanmar had bravely vented their will amid the COVID-19 pandemic. International diplomats and election observers also recognized the election as free and fair. The Union Election Commission (UEC), which was formally formed and has final decision-making power over the election, had officially announced the results of the 2020 general election, and therefore, only the results of the 2020 election are still valid in accordance with the will of the people, and the National League for Democracy (NLD) fully embraces the people’s transfer of power. However, it is learned that the military council is planning to hold another election to deceive the people and the international community at a time when the revolutions against the military council have erupted across the country and the situation in the country is deteriorating as a result of an unjust coup by the military regime, ignoring the will of the people and rejecting the election results.

Not only the coup d’etat of the military regime is inconsistent with the Constitution, which they enacted, but also all rules, regulations, and procedures (including elections) they carry out are not in accordance with any law or procedure because it is not legal to dissolve the official Union Election Commission that only the President has the right to form and the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw had approved, and form a new one. Therefore, the National League for Democracy (NLD) will not accept it at all.

Matupi Township Education Board says 72 people schools have been able to open

Matupi Township Education Board says it has opened 72 people schools.

Under the guidance of the National Unity Government and the Ministry of Education, Matupi Township Education Board of Chin State has cooperated to open people schools for the 2022-2023 academic year.

It was said that starting from 1 June 2022, the Matupi Township Education Board has opened 72 people schools with 6098 local and foreign students and 67 teachers.

Matupi Township Education Board has opened teacher training courses and successfully trained 312 teachers.

In Kachin State, four out of the officer and soldiers, who has defected from the military and stood with the people, were awarded 100,000 kyats people’s honor through the People’s Goal.

On 9 July, the People’s Goal Team released the information.

According to the information, from the beginning of the Spring Revolution until now, one Major, one Captain, and nine soldiers, who defected from the Terrorist Military junta and stood with the people, reached the Kachin State liberated areas.

The People’s Goal Team said, “With the help of people, four of them were initially linked with the relevant organizations and awarded 100,000 kyats each. The People’s Goal Team reports that the rest of the officers and soldiers will be contacted and awarded.”

The officers or soldiers who want to defect the military, join CDM and stand with the people can contact the People’s Goal Team’s Telegram Channel at https://t.me/CDMSOLDIERS for assistance.

Kassapa Vissa PDF successfully produced an Indian pistol

On 9 July, Kassapa Vissa PDF displayed the successfully developed pistol.

It said, “Indian pistol with five-pack was successfully tested and produced.”

The Kassapa Vissa PDF has been fighting the dictator for more than a year.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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