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Acting President Duwa Lashi La expresses his warmest congratulations to East Timor and its President on becoming the 11th member of ASEAN

On November 12, Acting President Duwa Lashi La tweeted his congratulations to East Timor and the president, which has become the 11th member of ASEAN.

“My warmest Congratulations to President Jose Ramos Horta and Timor-Leste in becoming the 11th member of the ASEAN family.” Acting President Duwa Lashi La said.

ASEAN has agreed in principle to admit East Timor, which has a population of just over 1.3 million people, as the 11th member.

“Congratulations, Timor-Leste, in principle, in becoming the 11th member of the ASEAN family.” Foreign Minister Daw Zin Mar Aung tweeted.

NUG Deputy Minister Daw Ei Thinzar Maung says that the public should not forget that the military dictators are trying to restore normalcy

Daw Ei Thinzar Maung, Deputy Minister of Women, Youths and Children Affairs, said during the Introductory Conversation of the Great Exodus online live show held on November 11 to support people displaced by war.

“Sometimes, when we are oppressed so much, we forget that our country is still under a military dictatorship. We need to always keep that in mind. Dictators are trying to bring about normalcy, so we sometimes forget to resist the dictatorship.” Deputy Minister Daw Ei Thinzar Maung said.

The terrorist military group has detained over ten thousand people and killed over two thousand.

Three junta outposts in the Bago KNLA Battalions 9 and 7 territory—Bawkahtar outpost, Tonetakar outpost, and Thanseih outpost—were raided and occupied by the KNLA and joint forces

The Bago People’s Defense Force (BPDF-Yoma), Battalion-3702 of Bago Division, claimed that the KNLA and allied forces attacked and occupied the military outposts starting at 4:00 a.m. on November 12.

It states, “The KNLA and allied forces raided and occupied three military outposts in KNLA Battalions 9 and 7 territory in Bago Division: Bawkahtar outpost, Tonetakar outpost, and Thanseih outpost, starting at 4:00 a.m. on November 12.”

The military junta launched air strikes from 7:00 p.m. to 9:45 a.m. by using three fighter jets and a helicopter.

A major and four Pyu (pro-junta militia) members were killed in close combat between the Bo Linn Yone Unit and the military council troops

On November 12, the Bo Linn Yone Unit, the Pyin Oo Lwin District People’s Defense Force (PaKaPha), confirmed the military news that a major and four Pyu (pro-junta militia) members were killed in close combat between the Bo Linn Yone Unit and the military council troops in Inn Zauk Gyi Village, Singu Township, Mandalay Division.

It states, “We attacked the military ships sailing down from Takaung with a 60-mm long-range weapon when they arrived between Tha Yet Kone Village and Than Bo Valley, but were only able to shoot once due to the fire returned by the military troops on the ship. After that, the military ships sailed down, and when our comrades on the other side of the river were in Inn Zauk Gyi Village, the military council troops entered the village under the guise of the PDF, and a close combat with the defense forces took place.”

During the combat, four Pyu (pro-junta militia) members were killed on the spot, and Major Zaw Htet Aung died while being treated at Kyauk Gyi Hospital with two bullets penetrating his pelvis.

The number of houses and buildings unjustly sealed off and confiscated by the junta has surpassed 786

On November 11, the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) released a report that from the time of the military coup to the end of October 2022, at least 786 houses and buildings had been sealed off by the junta.

According to the statement of the National League for Democracy (NLD), the houses and buildings of senior executives, party members, and parliamentarians of the NLD Party have been unjustly sealed off by the junta.

MEF-Canada launches the Demo-Heroes Fundraising Campaign

The MEF-Canada has started a new fundraising campaign called “New Year’s 2023 Gift for Demo-Heroes.” The raffle ticket price starts at CA$10, and the ticket sale will close on December 26.

“When thinking about buying Christmas or New Year gifts for your family, loved ones, and respected ones, we don’t want you to forget our Demo-Heroes,” says MEF-Canada.

Exciting “Drawing Night” live will be held on December 30, and raffles will include valuable pearl rings, diamond necklaces, and cash.

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