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Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khine Thann pledges to fight for the Spring Revolution with the entire people until it succeeds

Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khine Thann pledged to fight for the Spring Revolution with all the people until it succeeds.

At the Commemoration Ceremony of the 75th Anniversary of Martyrs’ Day, Union Prime Minister said, “We want to reiterate that the entire ethnic people, including monks, students, and youth, can fully exercise their freedom of choice and exercise their rights only when the military dictatorship ends and the federal democracy flourishes. Therefore, we pledged to fight until the success of the Spring Revolution we are fighting, with the entire people.”

After the military coup on 1 February 2021, the Spring Revolution against the military dictatorship emerged.

At the present time, the entire people are fighting against the dictator’s terrorist military.

Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun states that, since the coup, over 1,400 children have been arbitrarily arrested by the military

At the Commemoration Ceremony of the 75th Anniversary of Martyrs’ Day, Union Prime Minister said, “We want to reiterate that the entire ethnic people, including monks, students, and youth, can fully exercise their freedom of choice and exercise their rights only when the military dictatorship ends and the federal democracy flourishes. Therefore, we pledged to fight until the success of the Spring Revolution we are fighting, with the entire people.”

After the military coup on 1 February 2021, the Spring Revolution against the military dictatorship emerged.

At the present time, the entire people are fighting against the dictator’s terrorist military.

Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun states that, since the coup, over 1,400 children have been arbitrarily arrested by the military

Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun, Permanent Representative of Myanmar to the United Nations, delivered a speech at the UN Security Council Open Debate on “Children and Armed Conflict”.

Ambassador stated, “Since the coup, over 1,400 children have been arbitrarily arrested. The military took children hostage to force their parents to surrender.”

Moreover, Ambassador also stated that the military killed and maimed 75 children and recruited and used 222 children. Nearly 7.8 million children remain out of school, and 250,000 out of over 1 million internal displaced persons (IDPs) in Myanmar are children.

A Federal University related to ethnic groups is being tried to build both On-Campus and online

Union Minister for Education Dr. Zaw Wai Soe said that a Federal University related to ethnic groups is being tried to build both On-Campus and online.

At the Global Virtual Meeting held in July, Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe said, “Now we are working to build a Federal University, a university related to the ethnic groups, both On-Campus and online. We are working to receive international support for that.”

Union Minister also said that they are working on producing human resources according to the relevant region from the Federal University.

The revolution was delayed by a certain group of people who have always regarded NLD as their opposition

Union Minister Dr. Tu Hkawng said that the revolution was delayed by a group of people who have always regarded NLD as their opposition.

On 19 July, the Union Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation (NUG) wrote on social media, “There are no permanent friends or enemies in politics. At one time, because of Sama Duwa Sinwa Naung, who considered the English as a permanent enemy, the Kachin leaders did not listen to the advice of the American missionaries, deviating from the path of establishing an independent nation. The revolution was delayed by a group of people who have always regarded NLD as their opposition. There are no coincidences in politics, and there is no spontaneous luck. Since karma is “action”, we must try to build on common values, common interests, and common goals while considering everything practically.”

In the parliament at the time during the People’s government, the terrorist army stood as an opposition.

Public Affairs Committee of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH), and the Committee of Implementing the People Embrace Project meet and discuss

The meeting between the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH), Public Affairs Committee, and Committee of Implementing the People Embrace Project was held at 3:00 pm on 19 July via video conferencing.

At the meeting, the secretary member U Tun Myint, and committee members of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) exchanged greetings with the officials from the Committee of Implementing the People Embrace Project. Then, the Chairwoman of the Public Affairs Committee Dr. Khin Soe Soe Kyi explained the purpose of the meeting.

During the meeting, attended representatives discussed the policies, structure, and operations of the Committee of Implementing the People Embrace Project, the situation of police and soldiers standing with the people, on-ground support for police and military CDMs, and the points to be coordinated between the Committee of Implementing the People Embrace Project and the Public Affairs Committee of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH).

U Tun Myint – the secretary member of CRPH, committee members of CRPH, chairmen and secretaries of affairs committees, Dr. Khin Soe Soe Kyi – Chairwoman of the Public Affairs Committee, and its committee members, and the secretary members of the Committee of Implementing the People Embrace Project attended the meeting.

The banner “Be in good health, Aung San’s daughter” is auctioned off as requested by a Yangon-based revolutionary force

On 19 July, Pencilo, who helped to put up the auction, posted a message on social media, “Today, a revolutionary force based in Yangon has asked for help, so I would like to auction the banner they used. This banner was hand-drawn by revolutionary comrades because no shop could print them for the strike column that came out on Mother Suu’s birthday.”

The floor pricing starts at USD 500 and can be bid competitively through Facebook Messenger.

Pencilo also said, “This banner may not have a value in terms of money, and those who drew it are not famous artists, but it has a great revolutionary value, as it is the work of the brave young people and student heroes who are fighting for their lives in the face of danger for the urban strike battle. It may also become a historical work to be displayed in the spring museum one day. All the proceeds from the auction will be given to the force without a penny left over, and it will be the strength and motivation to continue their activities.”

The awards ceremony was held for the winners of the sports competitions held as commemoration of Martyrs’ Day in the people-centered schools in Myaing Township

An awards ceremony was held for the winners of the sports competitions held as commemoration of Martyrs’ Day, on 19 July in the people-centered schools in Myaing Township, Magway Division.

Board of Education-Myaing posted some images of the awards ceremony for the winners of the sports competitions as the commemoration of 75th Martyrs’ Day.

Currently, people’s schools in liberated areas are able to hold events such as  sports competitions and exams.

A shootout between the police resulted in the death of Deputy Police Captain Kyaw Thu Win at the Ma Hlwe Taung checkpoint in Dawei Township

Tanintharyi Defense Force posted on 20 July, “They shot each other because of unfair share.  A police informant said that the deputy police captain was dead.”

Tanintharyi Defense Force stated that, according to the motorists, passenger lines are allowed to pass after asking for illegal money at the Ma Hlwe Taung checkpoint.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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