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NUG Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khaing Thann says that the terrorist military council may use all its resources to hinder the revolutionary groups

Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khaing Thann included this during the 73rd Cabinet Meeting of the National Unity Government held on November 1.

“There is another issue to which we must pay special attention. As the revolution takes longer time, the terrorist military council may use all kinds of resources and plan one by one to make things different for the revolutionary groups. For that, we will have to prepare, respond, and plan with special caution.”— Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khaing Thann said.

At present, the terrorist military leader is trying to deceive the ethnic revolutionary groups under the pretext of peace talks.

The NUG Press Secretary says that the terrorist military council is afraid of the unity of the revolutionary group

U Nay Phone Latt, Press Secretary of the NUG government, said the following in a meeting with a news agency in November.

“This terrorist military is mercilessly carrying out massacres throughout the country to maintain their power. They will also continue to do it. These actions will stop only when we unite and root out this terrorist military council. What is important at this time is to work together to stop the inhuman acts of the terrorist military. At this time, the military council’s biggest fear is that we will unite and respond. They will also disturb it by all means.”

U Nay Phone Latt also said that the terrorist military may use tactics aimed at dividing the revolutionary forces and distracting them.

At the United Nations, Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun said that domestic justice system in Myanmar has failed since the illegal military coup

At the 22nd Plenary Discussion of the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly, U Kyaw Moe Tun, Permanent Representative of Myanmar to the United Nations, stated the following while discussing the report of the International Criminal Court.

“Our domestic justice system has failed since the illegal military coup in February 2021 and we have been looking for the help through the international justice system including ICC to bring the perpetrators of heinous crimes committed in Myanmar to justice.”

The ambassador also states that Myanmar military continues committing systematic, widespread serious violations of human rights including massacres, air strikes on civilians and whole-sale arson.

The CRPH/NUG Support Group (Australia) was presented the 2022 Sir Ronald Wilson Human Rights Award by the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID)

On November 2, the NUG Representative office in Australia described that the CRPH/NUG Support Group (Australia) was awarded the 2022 Sir Ronald Wilson Human Rights Award by the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID).

It states, “The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) has awarded the Sir Ronald Wilson Human Rights Award (2022) to CRPH/NUG Support Group (Australia). Big Congratulations! to CRPH/NUG Support Group (Australia)! It is absolutely deserved and very proud & high Honour! Cheers to CRPH/NUG Support Group (Australia) and our Burmese (Myanmar) community in Australia!”

The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) presents this award annually to individuals and organizations who have made strong efforts for human rights.

The CRPH/NUG Support Group (Australia) is a group that is providing the main support activities for the Spring Revolution.

The UK Myanmar Embassy stated that journalists in Myanmar are facing arbitrary detention, prosecution and extreme violence, simply for reporting the truth

On the occasion of the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists which fells on November 2, the UK Embassy in Myanmar released a statement that journalists in Myanmar face arbitrary detention, prosecution and extreme violence, simply for reporting the truth.

The complete statement is, “Journalists in Myanmar face arbitrary detention, prosecution and extreme violence, simply for reporting the truth. Since the coup in 2021, at least 4 journalists have been killed by the military in complete impunity.

So on this international day to end impunity for crimes against journalists, we remember and pay tribute to all the journalists in Myanmar who have risked their lives and their freedom to provide vital news and information for the people of Myanmar.

Nearly 50 journalists are still in detention and 22 media workers have now been unjustly convicted since the coup. This includes the BBC Media Action freelance producer Htet Htet Khine, who was last month sentenced to six years hard labour.

The UK condemns any violation of media freedom and believes those abusing or restricting media freedom must be held to account.  We will continue to support a range of emergency protection services to help the safety of journalists and human rights defenders in Myanmar and across the world.”

A junta policeman was killed and another injured when the Natogyi People’s Defense Force bombarded the Natogyi City Police Station with a drone

On November 2, the Natogyi People’s Defense Force, Myingyan District Batallion-4 of the People’s Defense Force of the MOD, released a military report.

It states, “On November 1, at around 8:00 a.m., the Natogyi People’s Defense Force bombed the Natogyi City Police Station with a drone, killing a policeman who was guarding the station gate and injuring another one.”

The Natogyi People’s Defense Force (Myingyan District Battalion-4) is a revolutionary force that is resisting the military council.

The third campaign of “For Our People,” initiated by the NUGPay family, the anti-snake venom fundraising program, raised over 170 million kyats

On November 2, the NUGPay family announced that, with the contribution of the revolutionary people, the NUGPay family had raised 17,895,300 DMMK in the third fundraising campaign of “For Our People,” the anti-snake venom fundraising program.

The NUGPay family stated that the funds raised were donated to the Ministry of Health of the National Unity Government.

NUGpay currently has about 15,000 users and it is the only financial system free from the control of the military dictator.

In Yangon, pickpockets commit systematic crimes on buses

In October, the people of Yangon unanimously said that more gangs committed pickpocketing.

“Mainly during rush hours in the morning and evening when people are going to and coming back from work. When one of them [pickpockets] picks a pocket from a passenger, the other three or four monitor, and the surrounding people do not dare say anything even if they see it. They often bring weapons,” said a resident of Yangon.

There was a report the previous day that a man on YBS 42 in Yangon was robbed of his iPhone 11, and when he screamed for help in the bus, seven people came out with knives to fight, and he had to stay still.

Even though people went to the police station to complain about these pickpocket incidents, some police stations even asked them to go home under the pretext of station security.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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