Summary of News

1. Acting President Duwa Lashi La says that he emphasises the mutual trust between the NUG and strike forces

On January 10, Acting President Duwa Lashi La said that he emphasised mutual trust between the NUG government and the strike forces when he met with 12 strike committees via video conferencing, as follows:

“Our NUG government claims to be leading the Spring Revolution on both the political and military fronts, but we cannot move forward without the trust of the revolutionary and striking forces. So, I would like to say that I emphasise the mutual trust between the National Unity Government and the revolutionary and striking forces.”

Furthermore, the Acting President said that the revolutionary youth generation has new ideas, new perspectives, and is innovative.

2. The CRPH and International IDEA Myanmar met and discussed bilateral collaboration matters for the Year 2023

The Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) published a press release announcing that it had a meeting with the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA) Myanmar to discuss bilateral collaboration matters for the Year 2023.

In the meeting, according to the press release, the CRPH briefed its work plans for 2023 and explained specific areas where assistance would be requested, and the International IDEA Myanmar presented its programs and discussed possible support for the CRPH’s plans.

Later, the two sides agreed to have further discussions in areas such as strengthening engagements with the country’s revolutionary forces, enhancing cooperation with the international community, taking transitional measures, and providing support to CDM government officials, among the CRPH’s 2023 work plans.

From the CRPH, Chairman U Aung Kyi Nyunt, Secretary U Tun Myint, CRPH members, Chairpersons of the Legal Affairs, Public Affairs, Federal Affairs, International Relations, and NUCC’s Affairs Committees attended the meeting.

From International IDEA Myanmar, Head of Mission Dr. Marcus Brand, Program Manager Ms. Nathalie Ebead, and officials attended the meeting.

3. The NUG would call on domestic and global investors, who have faith in the revolution and have a strong desire for it to succeed, for the Mogok Mining and Exploration Rights as the first project of the NUG-MoPFI Early Partnership Program

On January 11, U Tin Tun Naing, Union Minister of Planning, Finance, and Investment, had formally introduced the NUG-MoPFI Early Partnership Program (EPP) as follows:

“We are all aware that, in order for this fight to be completed quickly, finding the necessary financial support in a timely manner plays an important role. For this, the first project of the NUG-MoPFI Early Partnership Program (EPP) will be launched soon. As the first project of the EPP, domestic and global investors who have faith in the revolution and have a strong desire for it to succeed will be invited to join the Mogok Mining and Exploration Rights Partnership with the government. The details of the project will be announced soon.”

The Ministry of Planning, Finance and Investment and the Ministry of Electricity and Energy presented the Mogok mining project in relation to the early partnership program during the cabinet meeting on January 10.

The Union Minister also said the ongoing projects, such as the End of Dictatorship (EOD) and selling the Treasury Bonds, will be continued, and many other different projects will also be introduced.

The Union Minister said, “The next EOD projects will include affordable apartment buildings as well as high-end condominium investment projects in Yangon’s central areas, which the terrorist military group unjustly seized. We arrange monthly instalment payments of a few hundred dollars to make affordable apartments more accessible to people.”

4. Union Minister Dr. Tu Hkawng says that the election to be held by the terrorist military regime is intended to break up Myanmar and create their own small world

On January 11, Union Minister Dr. Tu Hkawng reviewed the actions of the terrorist military council and election they planned to hold as follows:

“There are a few things to consider in the aftermath of the junta’s planned election and the awarding of titles and medals like the Thiri Pyan Chi. They are trying to break up Myanmar and create a separate small world. The junta soldiers on the frontlines are not aware of this; they were brainwashed with race and religion.”

The terrorist military regime is planning to hold a sham election in 2023.

5. Click2donate says that it was able to raise 2.119 million SGD in revolutionary funds in 2023 and that 100 million MMK remain to be sent to the revolutionary groups

Click2donate made the following statement about the revolutionary funds raised in 2023:

“Click2donate had raised 2.119 million SGD (approximately 4,000 million MMK with the current average exchange rate) and over 50,000 USD (approximately 150 million MMK). Of that, about 100 million MMK is still being sent, and the rest has been sent to hundreds of revolutionary groups.”

Click2donate also urged iOS users to click more since the Aung Pwe app received about 800,000 MMK with just the clicks of 900 clickers.

6. A clash broke out in Aung Myin Village, Gangaw Township, this morning, and five junta troops were wounded

The PDF-Gangaw (South) reported that they had a clash with the military council troops that were marching into Aung Myin Village at around 7:50 a.m. on January 11 as follows:

“At 7:50 a.m. on January 11, 2023, when a military column of the junta’s LIB-50 with about 90 troops that arrived at Pyar Village, opened fire, and marched into Aung Myin Village, the PDF and CDF-KKG allied forces conducted a guerrilla attack on them.”

Five junta troops could possibly be wounded in the clash, while members of the revolutionary forces escaped unharmed, the PDF-Gangaw said.

The public is requested not to pass through the Gangaw-Monywa road section at all since clashes may occur at any time.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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