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Acting President Duwa Lashi La says that the money laundering, terrorism, and financial mismanagement of the terrorist regime have brought instability and destruction

In the evening of October 21, Acting President Duwa Lashi La tweeted, “The junta’s money laundering, terrorism, and financial mismanagement bring instability and destruction. Following the FATF blacklisting of Myanmar, the NUG recommits to building a better future for our people, in cooperation with international institutions.”

After the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Plenary on October 21, it was announced that Myanmar has been added to the FATF’s high-risk jurisdictions list, often referred to as the “black list”. It is stated that Myanmar has been added to the blacklist due to its failure to combat money laundering and lack of reform.

The Ministry of Education, the National Unity Government launches the Myanmar Education System (MES) platform

On October 22, the Ministry of Education of the National Unity Government introduced the Myanmar Education System (MES) platform that includes a security system.

Daw Ja Htoi Pan, Deputy Minister of Education, posted, “Whether it is to register for the online course or to register for the Basic Education Completion Assessment (BECA), the Ministry of Education has introduced the Myanmar Education System (MES) platform to keep students’ data safe and secure.”

The Myanmar Education System (MES) platform of the Ministry of Education of the National Unity Government, which includes a security system, will eliminate the need for students to repeatedly fill in the Google application forms. It is easy to register and all the information, such as the student’s information, certificates, and assessment results, can be saved in one place.

To find out how the Myanmar Education System (MES) works, it is fully described on the Ministry of Education’s Facebook Page.

Press Secretary U Nay Phone Latt says that it is the old way of the military leaders to detonate in public places and point the finger at others when there is a political crisis

U Nay Phone Latt, Press Secretary of the National Unity Government, told a media in October.

He said, “There have been examples in the past of terrorist military treating people like chickens and killing them arbitrarily in order to maintain their power and for the benefit of their descendants. When there is a political crisis, it is the old way of the military leaders to throw bombs in the middle of the public and point the finger at others. As for the People’s Defense Force (PDF), revolutionary forces, and ethnic allies, they are making sure there is zero percent harm to the people. As for the terrorist military regime, we need to be mindful of the fact that they are sacrificing not only the people but also their subordinates arbitrarily.”

Recently, the terrorist military council has shifted the blame onto the revolutionary forces for the shooting near Kyaik Htee Yoe Pagoda and also made the allegation that the People’s Defense Forces were responsible for the explosions at the Yangon Insein Prison.

Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun addresses that the Myanmar military has repeatedly committing massacres

U Kyaw Moe Tun, Permanent Representative of Myanmar to the United Nations, stated at the General Discussion under Agenda Item 68: Promotion and Protection of Human Rights at the Third Committee of the 77th Session of UNGA on October 21.

“Since the attempted coup, the military has repeatedly committed massacres. The massacre on 24 December 2021 was one of the most tragic when more than 38 people, including women and children, were arrested, shot and burned in their cars by the terrorist military in Hpruso Township, Karenni (Kayah) State.”— Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun stated.

Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun reiterated that in an era full of global challenges, it is important for UN member states to adhere to the basic principles of the UN Charter, and that they should work together to protect and promote human rights without difference and discrimination.

The terrorist military launched 20 air attacks on the village in order to divide the locals and the revolutionary forces in Karen State

On October 22, the Justice Soldiers PDF, a revolutionary force in Karen Region, announced as follows: “A military helicopter fired 20 air strikes into the village with the intention of dividing the local residents and the revolutionary forces in Karen State. They also fired 120 mm artillery shells into the village, including a temple and a monastery, from their base on the hill of Thingan Nyinaung. Is this what they said of unity or religion?”

On October 21, clashes took place in Kawkareik Township, Karen State, between the KNLA allied forces and the military junta troops. The junta force conducted 56 airstrikes, but only the junta force suffered casualties.

In the forest near Tha Man Kyin Village, the junta forces opened fire on IPDs, hitting a husband and wife, and the husband died on the spot

On October 21, the GZ Special Task Force-Wetlet, a revolutionary force in Wetlet Township, reported that a husband and wife were hit and the husband died in the forest near Tha Man Kyin Village, Wetlet Township, Sagaing Division, when the junta forces opened fire on IDPs.

“On October 21, in the forest near Tha Man Kyin Village in the eastern part of Wetlet Wownship, the junta troops opened fire on the people fleeing the war. The couple were hit and the husband died on the spot, and the wife was seriously injured by two gunshot wounds,” they said. It is said that the woman was in critical condition with two gunshot wounds. The victim who died is U Aung Ngwe, and the woman seriously injured is Daw Cho.

Donors bought and donated 21 NUG Bonds for the people’s heroes through NUG Bond agents in four countries

On October 22, Our Spring Heroes announced treasury bond purchase donations.

It states, “Through NUG Bond agents in four countries, donors brought and donated 21 Treasury Bonds for heroes of our spring. During the battles with the terrorist military junta, the people’s heroes sacrificed their lives for the country.”

For 21 heroes who gave their lives while fighting for the country and people, donors brought and donated Treasury Bonds: 12 from Singapore agent Soe Tun (Phoeni Lunn), 5 from American agent Nandar Min Swe/LA NUG Supporters, 1 from NwayOo MoeSett Team (NOMZ), 2 from Australia’s agent Ma Boke, and 1 from Thailand’s agent Lucas Elias/People’s Force.

Our Spring Heroes team stated that people can contact and purchase “Treasury Bond for Our Spring Heroes” as a dedicated donation for spring heroes and donate to their bereaved families.

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