Spring Revolution Local News – May 29 (Evening)

Summary of News

1. Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe says that during his U.S. trip, discussions regarding the education of CDM students were held

At an interview program on his United States trip experiences held on May 28, Dr. Zaw Wai Soe, Union Minister of Education, stated the following regarding the discussions of the issue of CDM students during his trip:

“Right now, there is a struggle in Myanmar during the revolutionary period, and there are students taking part in the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM). We discussed how to implement things related to education for them and how to implement education in the midst of this conflict. The other side also shared their experiences.”

On May 23, the NUG Union Ministers arrived at the University of San Francisco (USF) and had a meeting with the Professor of the Department of Education and six other professors.

2. Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe will meet with U.S. government officials, members of Congress, and leaders of Myanmar ethnic organisations during his U.S. trip 

Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe’s meetings with representatives of U.S. government officials, members of Congress, and leaders of Myanmar ethnic organisations have been scheduled, according to U Htin Linn Aung, Union Minister for Communications, Information, and Technology.

“During the Washington, D.C., trip, we will discuss whether the situation on the ground is consistent with what we are hearing here. NUG Union Ministers will attend the discussion. Besides, we will invite both US government officials and senators to the talks. We will continue to meet with individuals, organisations, leaders, and representatives of ethnic organisations that the Professor should meet here, and we will have open discussions,” Union Minister U Htin Linn Aung said.

Dr. Zaw Wai Soe, Union Minister of the NUG Ministries of Education and Health, is on a work trip to the United States.

3. Acting President’s Office spokesperson U Kyaw Zaw says that the revolution has reached the point where it can threaten the most secure places of the terrorist military regime and that he is aware of the public’s comments, which were made out of frustration

On May 29, U Kyaw Zaw, spokesperson for the Office of the Acting President, told Radio NUG about the revolution.

“It has been more than two years since the Spring Revolution began, and it has been almost two years since we declared our armed resistance revolution. It will be two years on September 7. Because of the zeal and desire of the people in our revolution, our revolution has not lost momentum, and we have been able to achieve great success. The period of two years, when compared to the other revolutions throughout the world, has not been too long. However, since our revolution has been carried out in the midst of hardships and sacrifices by the public, we all understand that the public wants this revolution to be successful as soon as possible. That is why we are working on all sides to ensure the success of the revolution. I also believe that the public will be able to comprehend that there will be some weakness during the revolution.”

((((  U Kyaw Zaw, spokesperson for the Office of the Acting President   ))))

U Kyaw Zaw said that the military council is already quite weak, according to international observers of the current Myanmar concerns, and he also urged all revolutionaries to work together for the victory of the revolution.

4. The NUG Interim Local Administrative Central Committee (ILACC) and the Interim Chin National Consultative Council (ICNCC) held a meeting to discuss the rehabilitation of the Cyclone Mocha-affected townships in Chin State

The NUG Interim Local Administrative Central Committee (ILACC), the Interim Chin National Consultative Council (ICNCC), and regional representatives had a meeting on May 28 to discuss the rehabilitation of the Cyclone Mocha-affected townships in Chin State, which was the second most severely affected.

At the meeting, relevant township representatives brought up the damages caused by Cyclone Mocha in Chin State, such as many homes losing their roofs and collapsing, destructions of schools and religious buildings, destructions of storage barns in villages, the deaths of cattle (buffalos, cows, and bulls), landslides, and subsequent blocks of village connecting roads.

The township humanitarian representatives then reported the progress of data collection on damages caused by the cyclone in each township, the provision of shelters, food, and medications from the emergency humanitarian aid fund quota, and then the meeting discussed additional assistance needed to be provided.

5. Nine casualties, including a battalion commander, and many injuries in the simultaneous attacks on three military outposts in Karen State

On May 29, the Federal Wings Drone Force released the following military report:

“Since May 23, the allied force comprising of the KNU/KNLA 201st Battalion, the KNDO 8th Battalion, and the Federal Wings Drone has launched drone operations against the three military council outposts of Waw Lay strategic hill outpost, Maw Khee outpost, and Kanelay outpost, located south of Myawaddy Town, Karen State. According to the ground report from the officer of the KNDO 8th Battalion, who is also the drone commander of the KNDO and Federal Wings allied forces, in the attacks, there have been nine casualties, including the battalion commander of the Kanelay outpost.”

The Federal Wings Drone Force also stated that there may be injuries in the attacks on the other two outposts, Waw Lay Strategic Hill and Maw Khee.

Following the outpost attacks, the military council forces launched aerial bombardments against Panwe Phoe Kloe village, situated near the Mawkhee outpost, which resulted in the Christian church suffering damage, as reported in the statement by the Federal Wings, which also claimed that the military council forces fired heavy weapons indiscriminately into the nearby villages that had nothing to do with the clashes.

6. The raffle ticket campaign “Together We Win (Nway Oo Lel Ku, Su Lel Yu)” will run until June 11

The “Together We Win (Nway Oo Lel Ku, Su Lel Yu)” raffle ticket campaign, which was organised by OFP international fundraisers with the support of the CRPH-OFP, will run from May 13 to June 11. Tickets can be purchased at the appropriate sale agents for USD 20, SGD 30, MMK 60000, or NUG Pay’s DMMK 6000.

The lucky prizes include a Spring Inya condominium unit, a Spring Bliss affordable housing apartment unit, three Treasury Bonds worth USD 100 each, three shares of the Inya View @ 6.5 Mile worth USD 100 each, a NUGPay top-up of 100,000 DMMK, a thick gold diamond ring worth USD 4,000, and a pair of emerald earrings worth USD 1,600.

In addition, a Spring Lottery (NUG Lottery) ticket will be given as a gift for each raffle ticket purchased, according to the campaign organisers.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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