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CRPH wishes the Muslim community of Myanmar and the world a blessed Eid al-Adha

The Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw released the statement on wishing the Muslim community of Myanmar and the world a blessed Eid al-Adha on 10 July.

The statement said, “The Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw – CRPH wishes the Muslim community of Myanmar and the world a blessed Eid al-Adha.”

It also said that the CRPH highly appreciated the participation of Muslim people in building a new Federal State with diversities and also urged to work together with us in the future.

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.

A fake account has been set up on social media in the name of Foreign Minister Daw Zin Mar Aung

On 9 July, Union Minister Daw Zin Mar Aung notified the public regarding a fake account with her name, “That account is a fake and I do not use it. The contents of that account have nothing to do with me.”

The fake account does not have a blue verification badge but uses a photo of the Minister.

Union Minister Dr. Sa Sa urges the people to donate mosquito nets for refugees by saving a cup of tea or coffee

Union Minister Dr. Sa Sa urged the people to donate mosquito nets for refugees by saving a cup of tea or coffee.

Union Minister Dr. Sa Sa remarked at the second Global Myanmar Forum held on 10 July, “Currently, we are not able to defend the bullets of the generals. But we are able to prevent mosquitos. We can save a cup of tea or coffee and donate mosquito nets.”

As a result of the atrocities committed by the soldiers led by the terrorist military leader, 27 million people, about half of Myanmar’s population, are facing starvation.

Of these, over 15 million Myanmar citizens are in the worst situation.

An estimated 1.2 million Myanmar citizens become homeless and live in refugee camps in the jungle.

Federal Democratic Union of Myanmar, new Myanmar with no military dictator and dictator  

On 9 July, Dr. Zaw Wai Soe, Union Minister for Health and Education, described and posted the Federal Democratic Union of Myanmar on social media as “New Myanmar (with no dictator), New Constitution, New Army”

It is learned that the National Unity Government has decided to draft the Transitional Constitution.

At present, the National Unity Government is implementing the Political Road Map developed by the National Unity Consultative Council.

5.            Secretary of Defense informs that revolutionary forces can now occupy more than 80 percent of Sagaing Division

At the Dancing with Ladies Campaign’s Ground Revolutionary Talk Show held on 9 July, Secretary of Defense U Naing Htoo Aung said, “It can now be said that more than 80 percent of the territory in Sagaing Division is now a stronghold of the revolutionary forces.”

The Secretary of Defense added that, however, there are still military bases in the city and other places in Sagaing Division and that weapons are still needed to occupy the bases.

According to the press release issued on 21 June, PDFs now can control about 90 percent of the main roads and 80 percent of the villages in Sagaing and Magway (Northern) Regions.

Evaluations on the completion of basic education will be conducted in February 2023 by the Ministry of Education, the National Unity Government

On 9 July, the Ministry of Education of the National Unity Government released the Statement (11/2022).

According to the statement, the evaluations on the completion of basic education will be conducted and those who want to take the evaluation must be 17-year old and older by 31 August 2022 and must have ever attended ninth grade (old system).

In addition, the evaluations of the completion of basic education will be based on the former ninth-grade curriculum but will focus on students’ Knowledge and Understanding, Application and Analysis, and Creative Problem-Solving.

Each questionnaire will be given two hours of answering time and will include Objective Type Items, which will be analyzed based on thinking based on international assessment criteria.

The evaluations will be conducted in February and August 2023.

A total of about 500 people in the villages were evacuated by the Seikphyu Bar Mahti Force after the military junta troops launched a military operation

On 9 July, the Seikphyu Bar Mahti force announced, “Seikphyu Bar Mahti Force has evacuated a total of about 500 people from the nearby villages; Phalama village, Aigyi, Yepoat Saitkhin village.”

The military council is working hard to gain control of Magway Division and is burning villages.

NUGPay can be used to provide support for the revolutionary forces

On 10 July, NUGPay announced the list of revolutionary forces that have been able to transfer money.

It said, “With NUGPay, in order to completely overthrow the military dictatorship and achieve the aspiring revolutionary victory and reach out the new dawn, we can easily and securely provide support to revolutionary forces, and CDM civil servants who stand with the people.

Moreover, the main advantage of NUGPay is that it is free from the control of the military council and we can manage our own money, which allows revolutionary forces to request donations openly by using NUGPay QR Code and allows supporters to transfer directly to revolutionary forces securely.

Currently, the revolutionary forces using NUGPay QR Code include

  • Myanmar Defence Force,
  • Karenni Nationalities Defence Force,
  • PDF Loikaw, ANTS,
  • Nway Oo Clinic,
  • BPLA-Venture,
  • FLA,
  • Revolutionary Comic,
  • People’s Embrace,
  • Dove Kk,
  • Fundraising by YTUSU,
  • DRPDN and UMCD.”

#Credit : Radio NUG

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