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NUG Union Minister U Tin Tun Naing says that if the dictator is to be rooted out, their traditional beliefs must be destroyed as well

On October 27, U Tin Tun Naing, Union Minister of Planning, Finance and Investment, posted on social media.

“According to traditional consciousness and examples, not only Min Aung Hlaing but also the dictators who have developed in the history of the world and the dictators who will develop in the future, there are certain points that they firmly believe in their minds. If the dictators are to be eradicated, their traditional beliefs must be destroyed. We must prove that our unity is not temporary but eternal.”— Union Minister U Tin Tun Naing said.

After the military coup on February 1, 2021, the military regime killed at least two thousand people and arrested and detained at least ten thousand people.

The NUG Human Rights Minister urges all people to participate in the blackout strike

On October 27, through his social media, U Aung Myo Min, Union Minister of Human Rights of the National Unity Government, urged all the people to participate in the blackout strike.

“Let the whole house, the whole city, the whole country be dark. Turn off the lights and be quiet!

A blackout movement will be conducted on October 28, starting at 8:30 p.m. for exactly 10 minutes. Message your friends, get involved, show your condolences, pray, punch the dictator in the gut.” —Union Minister U Aung Myo Min said.

Kachin ethnic artists were killed along with civilians in a deliberate airstrike conducted by the terrorist military in A Nang Pa, Hpakant, Kachin State.

The Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw and the Representative of the National Unity Government to Australia had a meeting on the issue of Universal Jurisdiction

The Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) invited Dr. Tun Aung Shwe, Representative of the National Unity Government (NUG) to Australia, to discuss the issue of Universal Jurisdiction via video conferencing on October 26, at 3:00 p.m.

At the meeting, after U Tin Myint, secretary of the CRPH, gave an opening remark, Dr. Tun Aung Shwe explained the conditions of the operation in relation to the global jurisdiction, along with the comprehensive research and documentation of the criminal cases committed by the terrorist military council; the process of cooperation with governments, parliaments, organizations, and individuals, according to the field; the situation of implementation of the process and the difficulties that may be encountered.

The secretary and members of the CRPH, chairmen and secretaries of affairs committees from the CRPH, and U Tun Aung Shwe, Representative of the National Unity Government to Australia, attended the meeting.

Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun states that the time has come to break the cycle of military atrocities

U Kyaw Moe Tun, Permanent Representative of Myanmar to the United Nations, delivered a statement at the Interactive Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Myanmar at the Third Committee of the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly held on October 26.

“The military junta might have thought that they could crush the people’s democratic aspirations with guns and violence, and they could never be held accountable for the serious crimes they committed against the people. We must prove that there is no more impunity for the serious international crimes committed in Myanmar. In this regard, the National Unity Government informed the International Criminal Court that Myanmar accepts the Court’s jurisdiction. We will continue to fully cooperate with all accountability efforts, including the Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar and the application of the principle of universal jurisdiction. It is time to break the cycle of military atrocities.” —Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun stated.

It was Mr. Thomas Andrew who submitted the special report on the situation of human rights in Myanmar to the third committee of the 77th Section of the UN General Assembly.

The Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration (NUG) had a meeting with the township administration groups from Sagaing and Magway Divisions

The Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration of the National Unity Government (MOHAI-NUG) had a meeting with the township administration groups (PaAhPha) from Sagaing and Magway Divisions at 10:00 a.m. on October 26.

At the meeting, an official of the Department of People’s Administration explained the policies of the district administration, and the attending members of the township administration groups (PaAhPha) presented the activities of the administration process being implemented on the ground, and the difficulties they are facing, needs, etc., and asked what they wanted to know about the policy.

Then, the Associate Permanent Secretary of the MOHAI-NUG said that it is necessary to be more robust and carry out the operations with security awareness in response to the overall brutality of the terrorist military council; and that it will be possible to improve the activities only if people’s administration groups (PaAhPha), people’s defense forces (PaKaPha), and people’s security forces (PaLaPha) coordinate.

The Associate Permanent Secretary, Department of People’s Administration, People’s Police Force, Fire Department, Immigration Department, Special Investigation Department, and the members of the people’s administration groups from Sagaing and Magway Divisions attended the meeting.

Hundreds of Myanmar people in Britain protest for the people who have fallen in A Nang Pa, Hpakant, Kachin State

The people of Myanmar in Britain held a protest movement for the people who were killed by the aerial attack of the terrorist military junta in A Nang Pa, Hpakant Township, Kachin State.

Myanmar protesters protested in front of the junta’s embassy and the Russian embassy in Britain, holding Kachin flags.

In addition, the Myanmar protesters chanted that the people of Myanmar in Britain stand with the people of Kachin.

The terrorist military junta troops invaded Sel Pya Village in the southern part of Myaing Township this morning

Local residents confirmed that the military council troops entered Sel Pya Village in the southern part of Myaing Township on the morning of October 27.

They said, “The terrorist military council troops who spent last night in Hninsi Kan Village in the southern part of Myaing Township entered Sel Pya Village in the southern part of Myaing Township at 8:00 a.m.”

On these days, the military council troops marched in a column and burned down the villages in Myaing Township, Magway Division.

Air raids on the surrounding areas of Nwe Inn Villages, Hpa Lan Pin Village, and Yaw Ai Ma Village in Pale Township

The Battalion-1 of the Pale Township People’s Defense Force (Royal Eagle PDF) confirmed that the military council conducted air raids near Nwe Inn Village, and the surrounding areas of Hpa Lan Pin Village and Yaw Ai Ma Village in Pale Township.

It said, “At 10:45 a.m. on October 27, a fighter jet arbitrarily conducted air raids near Nwe Inn Village, and the surrounding areas of Hpa Lan Pin Village and Yaw Ai Ma Village in Pale Township. Another fighter jet also came up. People and comrades of people’s defense forces from nearby villages should take special care and escape to safety.”

On October 25, at around 3:00 p.m., the Pale Township People’s Administration/People’s Defense Force office and a squadron of the Battalion-1 of the Pale Township People’s Defense Force were raided by three helicopters from the junta’s North Western Military Command (NaMaKha).

New York is at the top of the international fundraising list for the short film “The Road Not Taken”

The Road Not Taken” short film was premiered in New York, and, in terms of total fundraising, New York stands at the top of the international fundraising list.

On October 27, the Helping Hands for Burma (H2B) and the Spring Myanmar Society (SMS) teams announced, “Approximately 500 audiences attended six back-to-back shows. The short film was screened in fifteen cities in twelve countries around the world. We are delighted to inform you that a total of $40,066 was raised from this event, while noting that this was not intended as a fundraising event.”

They also added, “This movie has been shown and will be shown in 12 countries and 15 cities around the globe. So far, our event has raised the most funds of any event. After deducting expenses incurred for the event, $33,511.03 net funds will be donated towards the most needed areas of our motherland.”

#Credit : Radio NUG

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