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Acting President Duwa Lashi La says that the National Unity Government is a government that is demanding democratic standards

At the International Religious Freedom Day held on October 27, Acting President of the National Unity Government, Duwa Lashi La, said the following:

“Our National Unity Government is a government that values and demands democratic standards. The policies of our government are based on the policies of democracy in accordance with the principles of democracy and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”

In addition, the Acting President added that Myanmar is a diverse society, and only if it is a society that respects the right to freedom of opinion and dissent, will there be fewer side effects in building a federal union system by consolidating different representations.

NUG Union Minister U Tin Tun Naing says that the division and creation of dissension by the military dictator must be able to be fought back

On October 27, Union Minister U Tin Tun Naing posted on social media, “If we want to root out the dictator, we must prove that our unity is not temporary but eternal. We must be able to resist and fight back the division and dissension created by the dictator and his atrocities.”

The terrorist military council is spreading fake news and misinformation through their propaganda television and misleading the public.

At the United Nations General Assembly, Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun urges the ICJ and the ICC to listen to the voices of the people of Myanmar

At the Meeting of the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly, U Kyaw Moe Tun, Permanent Representative of Myanmar to the United Nations, urged the following while discussing the “Report of the International Court of Justice” on October 27.

“It is dangerous if international justice is seen to undermine democratic forces in a conflict State. This may cast doubt on the credibility of international law. I wish, therefore, to urge the ICJ and the ICC to listen to the voices of the people of Myanmar and for the courts to bring justice to the victims.”

The ambassador also stated, “I wish to call for the courts to bring justice to the victims regarding the atrocities directed against the Rohingya during military operations in 2016 and 2017.”

The ambassador added that the National Unity Government has issued a statement expressing its appreciation of the ICJ’s judgement, which sweeps aside the illegal military junta’s spurious objections, clears the way for substantive hearings on the atrocities directed against the Rohingya during military operations in 2016 and 2017.

The NUG Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and his team met with Professor Yanghee Lee

It is reported that the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the National Unity Government met with Professor Yanghee Lee at the NUG Representative Office in Washington, D.C.

On October 28, U Aung Kyaw Moe, Advisor at the Ministry of Human Rights of the National Unity Government, said, “Together with the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of National Unity, U Moe Zaw Oo, we had a very fruitful discussion with Professor Yanghee Lee, the founding member of the Special Advisory Council for Myanmar and the former UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, and her team.”

He also stated that, during the meeting, the current situation in Myanmar, the serious human rights violations by the Myanmar military, and other issues, including the Rohingya issue, were discussed.

Myawaddy Mingyi Sayadaw, who participated actively in the Spring Revolution, passed away with heart disease in Mae Sot Hospital in Thailand

It is reported that Myawaddy Mingyi Sayadaw passed away at the hospital in Mae Sot, Thailand at 10:00 p.m. on October 27 during emergency hospitalization.

Sayadaw Ven. Ariyavensa Bhivamsa (Dhammacariya-Vatansaka), the Buddhist monk of Myawaddy Mingyi monastery, passed away due to ischemic heart disease. Sayadaw was 71 years old and monastic life 51 years old at the time of his passing away.

Sayadaw is a Buddhist monk who is participating peacefully in preaching against the military dictatorship and has been released from the military dictator’s arrest recently.

Rallies will be held in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles to call for justice for the aerial attack on A Nang Pa in Hpakant, Kachin State

It is reported that the United Multi-Ethnic Rallies Calling for Justice for Genocidal Airstrikes in Kachin State will be held in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles on October 29.

Ma Khin Thiri Nandar Soe, who is leading the rallies, told Radio NUG that the rallies will be held with Myanmar people from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on October 29.

I am one of the founders of a group called ‘Alliance for Democracy in Myanmar’, which includes various revolutionary forces from various ethnic groups. After we, as the Alliance for Democracy in Myanmar, gathered all the ethnics and discussed, we decided to hold rallies on coming Saturday, October 29, in front of San Francisco’s City Hall from 3 pm to 7 pm, to condemn the atrocities of the military council which unjustly bombed and brutally killed a large number of people in Kachin State that occurred recently on 23rd October.”

(((((((Ma Khin Thiri Nandar Soe, lead organizer))))))

Myanmar Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun also urged the United Nations to take action as soon as possible against the terrorist army that carried out airstrikes on A Nang Pa in Hpakant, Kachin State.

Director Ko Pauk’s short film “The Road Not Taken” will be screened in Germany

Daw Theingi Lwin Preuss from the CRPH Support Team Germany told Radio NUG that the short film “The Road Not Taken,” directed by Ko Pauk, will be screened in Frankfurt, Germany, on October 30.

Mingalarbar. Just like the movie “The Road Not Taken,” directed by Ko Pauk, was showing internationally, it will be showing in Germany soon. We congratulate all the creators and technical and professional experts behind the film. Through this film, we will be able to support the necessary parts of the Spring Revolution, and we are glad that Myanmar revolutionary forces in Germany can also take part as necessary. We cordially invite you to come and support this event.

(((((((Daw Thanegi Lwin Preuss))))))))

The short film “The Road Not Taken,” directed by Ko Pauk, is based on the story of a CDM captain, and it was filmed with comrades from the revolutionary regions who are not actors.

Director Ko Pauk also said that the money received from the screening of the short film “The Road Not Taken” will be support to the revolutionary forces.

Moon Bean Agency took 19 lakh Kyats per worker as servive fees from workers and seized the passports pf 20 MOU workers arriving in Chonburi Thailand, asking for more money

On October 28, Ko Yemin (Aid Alliance Committee for Myanmar Workers-AAC), said that Moon Beans, one of Myanmar Overseas Employment Agencies, took 19 lakh [kyats] per worker as service fees and seized the passports of 20 MOU workers arriving in Chonburi, Thailand, and asking for additional fees.

“Moon Beans Agency took 19 lakh [kyats] per worker as service fees and seized the passports of 20 MOU workers arriving in Chonburi, Thailand. They are asking for 3,500 baht if they want to get back their passports. At the time when the terrorist military seized control of the country, the agencies sending MOU workers should not look at the money side and be responsible. Do not treat the workers as commodities,” Ko Yemin (AAC) said.

The Aid Alliance Committee for Myanmar Workers (AAC) is an organization dealing with the issues of Myanmar workers in Thailand and is also working with the Ministry of Labour of the National Unity Government.

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