Summary of News

1. Acting President Duwa Lashi La says it is critical that the public reject the sham elections of the military council

Acting President Duwa Lashi La stated in the last week of November that it is critical that the public reject the sham elections of the coup military council.

“The military council is already slanting in every direction. It only has one choice left when it is slanting, and that is to organize sham elections. It is crucial that the public understands and rejects the sham elections that will be held in 2023 and that the rest of the world does not accept them. We are also preparing for and working on this issue,” said the Acting President.

The Acting President further stated that the spring revolution is a revolution involving the entire country that the people will undoubtedly win.

2. The NUG Union Prime Minister has warned that the terrorist military will use every means possible to divide the revolutionary organizations

Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khaing Thann warned at the Cabinet Meeting of the National Unity Government on November 29 that the terrorist military will use every means possible to divide the revolutionary organizations.

“As the revolution drags on, the terrorist military council will use a variety of methods to divide and confuse the revolutionary organizations,” said the Union Prime Minister.

Under the guise of peace, the military council is holding discussions with the revolutionary organizations.

Moreover, false news is also being spread via the propaganda channels of the terrorist council.

3. The NUG Ministry of Women, Youth, and Children Affairs will discuss the LGBTQ policy summary

The Ministry of Women, Youth, and Children Affairs said that the “LGBTQ Policy Summary” will be addressed in a live broadcast on December 1 (Thursday) at 7:00 pm Myanmar Time, and the ministry invited interested parties to attend.

During the Burmese Spring Revolution, LGBTQ persons joined the revolutionary forces.

4. Dates for the Spring Yangon Investment-1’s final installment payments are revealed

The final installment payment dates for the Spring Yangon Investment-1 were announced by the End of Dictatorship (EOD) family on November 30.

The announcement states, “The first project of the Spring Investment, the Spring Yangon Investment-1, went on sale on September 1, 2022. It includes the Spring Glory @Thanthumar and the Spring Villa @MinDhamma, and 99% of the land has been sold.”

The installment payments for the Thanthumar and Min Dhamma plots of land were originally scheduled to be finished by November 30, 2022.

For the remaining installment payments, buyers are asked to contact the respective agents to submit installment order forms before 12:00 p.m. Myanmar Time on November 30, 2022, and pay the money by December 31, 2022.

The End of Dictatorship (EOD) family also announced that the remaining 7 plots of Min Dhamma land are still available for purchase after November 30 in full payment.

5. A 60-year-old Nankin villager was shot and killed by the military council’s police as he passed in front of the Indaw Police Station

On November 30, the Indaw Revolution (IR) team reported that a 60-year-old Nankin villager was shot and killed by the military council’s police as he passed in front of the Indaw Police Station in Indaw Township, Sagaing Division.

“A 60-year-old man was shot by a gun on November 29 around 7:00 p.m. while passing by the police station. The victim, a resident of Nankin Village, was on his way to the city after attending his mother-in-law’s funeral when he was shot two times in front of the police station,” the Indaw Revolution (IR) team reported.

According to the Indaw Revolution (IR) squad, the man who collapsed after being shot was brought into the Indaw Police Station.

There are at least two thousand people who have been killed since the military coup.

6. Villages in Tigyaing Township were burned and destroyed again today by the terrorist military troops

Since the morning of November 30, according to the Tigyaing Revolution (TR) team, Inn Tein Village in Tigyaing Township, Sagaing Division, has been torched once more.

“Inn Tein Village has once more been set on fire by military junta troops. They’re also firing heavy weapons into Sar Twin Village, and one of them burst near the Saw Twin pagoda,” the Tigyaing Revolution (TR) team reported.

The junta troops who torched Inn Tein Village reportedly fired heavy weapons towards Lay Thar Village again and invaded it at 9:45 a.m. on November 30.

On November 28, the junta’s air force bombed Lay Thar Village, and infantry troops also set fire to Ah Lel Taw Village, destroying 86 residential houses, cattle, farms, equipment, and domestic animals, as well as thousands of baskets of rice and paddy.

7. Three Myanmar migrant workers killed and 44 injured in a bus accident in Mae Sot, Thailand

A bus carrying 45 Myanmar MoU workers crashed into the side of the road between 68 and 69 kilometers on the Mae Sot-Mueang Tak Road in Tak Province, Thailand, at about 9:00 p.m. on November 29, killing 3 and injuring 44 others.

According to reports, the bus brakes were damaged and stopped functioning, causing it to collide with concrete barriers on the side of the road and overturn.

The most recent count has 3 people killed and 44 injured, including the critically injured.

8. The Kalay District Battalion (4) reports that military-use warm clothes and blankets have been delivered to the squadrons, thanks to public support

On November 30, the Kalay District Battalion (4) reported, “We have received the warmth provided by the people. We have reached the amount of money needed to purchase military-use warm clothes and blankets. The initial military-use warm clothes and blankets have been delivered to the squadrons. We are trying to purchase and deliver more military-use blankets. We are grateful for the support of the people.”

The people’s defense forces are in need of blankets and warm clothes suited for military use.

9. The Italia-Birmania.Insieme will hold a fundraiser concert in Italy to end violence against Myanmar women

A fundraiser concert will be held in Rome, Italy, by the Italia-Birmania.Insieme to end violence against Myanmar women.

At the event, Myanmar nationals living in Rome will perform traditional dances and carry fliers condemning the military dictatorship and preventing violence against women prepared by the Global Myanmar Spring Revolution (GMSR) organization.

It is stated that special rates have been set for Myanmar nationals living in Italy who will attend the fundraiser concert.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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