Summary of News

1. Acting President Duwa Lashi La advises including strong political visionaries as well as legal experts in forming the interim constitutional amendment committee

At the 78th Cabinet Meeting of the National Unity Government held on December 13, Acting President Duwa Lashi La remarks the following:

“When forming the transitional constitutional amendment committee, it is necessary to include strong political visionaries as well as legal experts. Besides, I think that those who have experience effectively dealing with conflict resolution issues should also be included. Those appointed to the transitional constitutional amendment committee should not only be talented but also benevolent to the country and the revolution.”

Furthermore, the Acting President stated that the basic principles of federal democracy must be adopted as the basic framework of the transitional constitution.

2. Deputy Minister for Education says that the National Unity Government will develop an education system that represents and recognizes “pluralism”

Dr. Sai Khaing Myo Tun, Deputy Minister for Education, says that the National Unity Government will develop an education system that represents and recognizes “pluralism.”

The Deputy Minister of Education said this in a meeting between the Ministry of Education of the National Unity Government and the Myanmar Muslim Revolution Force (MMRF) on December 11.

Deputy Minister Dr. Sai Khaing Myo Tun responded to the Myanmar Muslim Revolutionary Force’s inquiry regarding the NUG’s future plans for education by declaring that the NUG would “create a system that respects, honors, and recognizes pluralism.”

Young students and activists from the Myanmar Muslim Revolution Force discussed ideas and issues to consider based on their personal experiences.

The Deputy Minister then expressed his appreciation for the ideas provided by the Myanmar Muslim Revolutionary Force, and both parties then freely discussed how they could work together to establish a non-discriminatory educational system in the future and also during the revolution.

3. The NUG-MOE’s education completion assessment is open to community-based high schools in the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh

U Aung Kyaw Moe, Advisor to the National Unity Government’s Ministry of Human Rights, announced on December 14 that community-based high schools in the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh that are interested in the NUG-MOE’s basic education completion assessment can get in touch with him.

He said, “If there are any community-based high schools in the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh interested in taking the NUG-MOE’s basic education completion assessment, please contact me as soon as possible.”

The majority of the Rohingya who fled Myanmar due to the terrorist military are taking shelter in refugee camps just across the border in Bangladesh.

4. The Ta’ang Political Consultative Committee (TPCC) calls for the international community to take action against the terrorist military’s use of helicopters and jets to attack the villages

On December 14, the Ta’ang Political Consultative Committee (TPCC) released a statement calling for the to take action against the terrorist military’s use of helicopters and jets to attack the villages.

The statement stated that more than 2,000 civilians from Kone Thar, Hu Man, Pan Alo, and Man Long villages have been displaced to the nearby villages due to the terrorist junta’s firing of heavy artillery shells and bombardments on the villages in Namhsan Township in the Ta’ang region.

In addition, it is also stated that the Ta’ang Political Consultative Committee (TPCC) strongly condemned the military offensive and arson attacks that caused damage to civilians’ houses and religious buildings.

The TPCC urged the international community to take action against those aerial bombardments since those are flagrant violations of human rights and are committing international human rights and war crimes as well.

5. MPDF Salingyi Subcommittee recruits new trainees for basic military training

Since December 7, fierce fighting has resumed between the terrorist coup military and the Ta’ang National Liberation Army (TNLA), and the coup military is conducting its most relied-upon airstrikes.

Since the beginning of December, the military council has been targeting civilians because they are suffering losses.

They bombarded the village with airplanes up until last night, which caused the monastery’s dining hall and homes to burn down, said a local resident of Kone Thar Village.

The military council air force carried out five aerial bombardments on the night of December 11 in the vicinity of Kone Thar Village, Namhsan Township, and Northern Shan State, according to a statement released by the TNLA on December 12.

The battle resumed between the TNLA and the junta military, and on the 6th day of battle, the junta’s air force is using 500-pound aerial bombs to attack.

According to the KNLA, the junta’s Tada-U Air Base launched 500-pound aerial bombs five times at 8:00 p.m. on December 11: twice near the location of the battle and once farther away from Yae Pong Village, and no one was hurt.

According to TNLA sources, the military junta’s air force has carried out about 30 aerial bombardments in the last few days of fighting. It is also claimed that as a result of the military junta’s offensive, approximately 1,500 local residents of nearby villages such as Kone Thar, Hu Man, Man Lone, and Tar Lat were forced to flee.

6. Pakokku District Battalion 6 (MVRF) seized and destroyed military-liquor bottles

On December 13, the Myaing Villages Revolution Front, the Pakokku District Battalion 6, said that it had seized and destroyed military-product liquor bottles.

It states, “The MVRF, the Pakokku District Battalion 6, seized and destroyed bottles of intoxicating liquor that could poison civilians and was produced by companies belonging to the military.”

Myaing Villages Revolution Front (MVRF) further declared that the defense forces would strictly deal with any products and goods from junta-owned companies that could poison civilians.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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