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Myanmar's National League for Democracy confirms its leader Aung San Suu Kyi will not be president as it nominates a close aide for t...
Myanmar's National League for democracy names two candidates for president ruling out party leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Aung San Suu Kyi picks proxy president - National League for Democracy head picks proxy leader after failing to...
Our Regional Director Yoriko Yasukawa met with National League for Democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi today
Daw Suu sends letter for 69th Mon National Day: Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, chairwoman of the National League for De...
GOOD MORNING. Tuesday inspo: Aung San Suu Kyi, President of the National League for Democracy,…
Suu Kyi makes symbolic ‘clean up’ move in Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi, chairperson of the National League for De...
Photos of Aung San Suu Kyi, Chairperson of the National League for Democracy (NLD) that just recently won in a...
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon congratulated Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi and her National League for Democracy Party on Thursd…
Leader of Myanmar's National League for Democracy Party, Aung San Suu Kyi, delivers a speech with party patron
Muslims aren't allowed to contest in "Human Rights champion" Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy
General Election in Burma (Myanmar) to go ahead as planned on 8 November. Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democacy is set to win.
Suu Kyi warns of ‘orchestrated riots’ on Election Day - Aung San Suu Kyi, the chairperson of the National League f...
Aung San Suu Kyi, National League for Democracy chairperson, warned voters of potential of intentionally orchestrated riots on Election Day.
National League for democracy. Party spokesman more principled than Aung San Suu Kyi
Sept. 27: Aung San Suu Kyi - "I formed the National League for Democracy today in the hope that Myanmar will one day be free."
On this day in 1988 the National League for Democracy is formed by Aung San Suu Kyi and various others to help...
Bishop heads to Burma and Lao PDR Foreign Minister Julie Bishop will meet Aung San Suu Kyi on her first official visit to Burma and the Lao People's Democratic Republic this week. In Burma, Ms Bishop will meet President U Thein Sein and other members of the Myanmar government, as well as Ms Suu Kyi, chairman of the National League for Democracy, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991 for her non-violent struggle for democracy and Human Rights. Ms Bishop will reaffirm Australia's support for the reform process and talk about the importance Australia places on finding a peaceful resolution to ethnic and sectarian unrest, particularly in Rakhine State where there are significant security concerns and humanitarian needs. Support for education, economic development and empowerment of women will be key priorities during her visits to both countries, Ms Bishop says in a statement. In Lao PDR, she will discuss regional issues ahead of Laos' chairmanship of ASEAN in 2016 as well as exchange ideas with women ...
For opposition party leader Aung San Suu Kyi, the path to becoming Burma’s president was always going to be an uphill battle, but a vote last week by a parliamentary committee deciding against a crucial amendment to the Constitution just made it that much steeper. Set up in February, the parliamentary committee was to discuss reforms to Burma’s military-drafted 2008 Constitution, specifically pertaining to Article 59(f), which prohibits any citizen with foreign relatives from becoming president or Vice President. Previously married to a British man and the mother of his two children, the National League of Democracy (NLD) leader is effectively barred from running for presidency in the 2015 elections.
June 13, 2014| Written by Hein Ko Soe             A parliamentary committee appointed to consider amendments to the constitution has voted overwhelmingly to retain a charter provision that would prevent opposition National League for Democracy leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi from becoming president because members of her family are foreign citizens.   More than 20 members of the 31-member committee voted on June 12 to retain Section 59(f) concerning eligibility to contest the president and five voted to amend it, a member of the panel told Mizzima on condition of anonymity.   The vote took place during the first week of this month, Mizzima reported on June 12. It is understood the vote took place on June 6.   "The committee has made its decision and it was in accordance with the democratic way," the committee member said.   Of the committee's 31 members, 14 are MPs from the ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party, seven are unelected military appointees to the hluttaw, two are from th ...
Rohingya News Agency - (DVB): National League for Democracy (NLD) Chairperson Aung San Suu Kyi has urged the...
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The Fallen Wall, U Win Tin, 12 March 1930 – 21 April 2014) was a politician and former political prisoner in Burma. He attended Myoma High School in Yangon. Arrested in July 1989 because of his senior position in the National League for Democracy (NLD) and for his writings, he spent 19 years in prison. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature, modern history and political science at the Rangoon University in 1953. U Win Tin was serving a 20 year sentence on charges including "anti-government propaganda." One of the reasons for his detention is his attempt to inform the United Nations of ongoing Human Rights violations in Burmese prisons. At 81 years of age, he is in a poor state of health, exacerbated by his treatment in prison, which has included torture, inadequate access to medical treatment, being held in a cell designed for military dogs, without bedding, and being deprived of food and water for long periods of time. Since the start of 2006 he had not been able to receive visits ...
The former newspaper editor, who co-founded the National League for Democracy with Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, spent 19 years in prison until his release in 2008. He died Monday of organ failure.
ANMAR- FORMERLY BURMA For a country we rarely speak about in the U.S., I now cannot stop thinking about this complex place. If you have a moment, do some research on this country’s history. It is bloody and the fight only continues. The country was very recently opened up for tourism yet even so, the strict governmental regulations make it impossible for some of these peoples to reach the outside world. Run by a harsh military regime, the people are at the will of their captors. If you are interested, watch the documentary called “Burma VJ” or the movie “The Lady” based on the revolutionary figure Aung San Suu Kyi. It was tricky figuring out what to call this country. When referring to Myanmar, you are supporting the current military yet if you refer to it as Burma, you could be siding with the National League for Democracy which is fighting against the government. Despite the atrocities of its past that are still being felt in present day, I fell in love with the people of this country. I cann ...
Opinion: Burma’s Next President - by Gwynne Dyer Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Peace Prize winner and champion of Burmese democracy, declared last June that she would run for President in the 2015 election. If she ran, she would surely win: she is to Burma what Nelson Mandela was to South Africa. However, as things now stand she is not legally allowed to run for President – and maybe she should see that as an opportunity to reconsider whether becoming president is the best use of her talents. Burma is partway through a transition from a fifty-year military dictatorship to democracy, and Aung San Suu Kyi is the unquestioned leader of the democratic movement. Unless the military rig or cancel next year’s election, her National League for Democracy (NLD) will certainly win a large majority in parliament in 2015. But she has no executive experience of any kind. She doesn’t really have experience even in leading a political party, although she was a co- founder of the NLD in 1988 and has always been its lead ...
South China Morning Post UPDATED : Sunday, 26 January, 2014, 5:35am China's ambassador to Myanmar says it is only a matter of time before Beijing invites the opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi for an official visit. The Nobel Peace Laureate has said she would like to visit China, which still holds significant economic and political influence in Myanmar, but the invitation should come from the Chinese government. Suu Kyi has declined invitations from semi-official organisations in China in the past. Yang Houlan, the ambassador, said in an interview with the Sunday Morning Post that Beijing would continue to engage all political parties in the country, including Suu Kyi's opposition group the National League for Democracy. Yang said the invitation to Suu Kyi would come at a time convenient to both sides, although there were no firm plans. "I have met Suu Kyi several times since assuming my post," Yang said. "Given her international standing and popularity among the Myanmese people, China's invitation will j ...
Suu Kyi Hints at Boycott of 2015 Vote - Wall Street Journal - December 18, 2013 (Abridged) (Page A11) Myanmar Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi signaled that her party would boycott General Elections in 2015 if the constitution isn't amended to allow her to run for president. The Nobel Laureate's comments raised the stakes around the election and its potential to upset Myanmar's progress towards democracy. Nyan Win, the spokesman for Ms. Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy, said Tuesday in an interview that the party has "at the present time, not decided whether to run or not". The NLD would be a strong contender to win in 2015, and would likely select Ms. Suu Kyi as president if she were allowed to run. Ms. Suu Kyi's comments carry significant weight, and raise the specter of sliding back toward pre-reform Myanmar, when Western sanctions against its former military junta were still in place. "Supposing 2015 is free and fair, but the constitution is not changed by then, the key question is what will ...
The Buddhist extremist movement in Myanmar, known as 969, portrays itself as a grassroots creed. Its chief proponent, a monk named “Wirathu”, was once jailed by the former military junta for anti-Muslim violence and once called himself the “Burmese bin Laden.” But while an examination traces 969’s origins to an official in the dictatorship that once ran Myanmar, and which is the direct predecessor of today’s reformist government. The 969 movement now enjoys support from senior government officials, establishment monks and even some members of the opposition National League for Democracy, the political party of Nobel Peace Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. Following the outbreak of deadly intercommoned clashes in Rakhine State in 2012, anti-Muslim violence has spread to other parts of Myanmar. The depth of anti-Muslim sentiment in the country, and the inadequate response of the security forces, mean that further clashes are likely. Unless there is an effective government response and change in societa ...
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Chairperson, National League for Democracy, Burma speaks about reconciliation and Human Rights in her only Victorian Public Address at ...
The Lady doth protest too seldom | By CARLOS SARDINA GALACHE Democratic Voice of Burma (Opinion) Nov. 10, 2013 In July last year, shortly after the first wave of violence which engulfed Arakan State had taken place, U Win Tin, the co-founder of the National League for democracy (NLD) and perhaps its most influential figure after Aung San Suu Kyi, told me during an interview at his house in Rangoon that “the problem is these Rohingya foreigners. We have to contain them one way or another, something like what happened in the United States during World War II with the Japanese. The US government contained them in camps and after the war they were sent to Japan or they could apply for citizenship. We can solve this problem that way.” The venerated 84-year-old former journalist – considered by many a voice of conscience among the pro-democratic opposition in Burma – said at another point in the conversation: “They [the Rohingyas] want to claim the land; they want to claim to be native. This is not ri ...
Myanmar’s opposition National League for Democracy re-elects Aung San Suu Kyi as its leader: via
Burma's opposition National League for Democracy (NLD) chooses Aung San Suu Kyi to stay as its leader, at the end of its first ever congress.
Historical party congress of National League for Democracy. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi re-elected as leader.
NLD to hold first party congress in March: Aung San Suu Kyi&National League for Democracy (NLD) said on M...
CRACK CLAT Bullets April-2012(Part-2) ● Bhagwan Mahavir World Peace Award has been conferred on -- Aung San Suu Kyi ● The Wisden Leading Cricketer of the Year 2011 is -- Kumar Sangakkara ● The Fifth World Information Technology Forum was recently held in -- New Delhi ● The Youngest Indian boxer to qualify for London Olympics 2012 is -- Shiva Thapa ● The Supreme Court has upheld the validity of -- Right to Education Act 2009 ● India’s first space based Solar Coronograph is -- ADITYA-1 ● India recently launched its -- First Radar Imaging Satellite ● The first spice park has been inaugurated in Rajasthan at -- Rampura Bhatiyan Village ● The political party which gained landslide victory in Myanmar’s by-election -- National League for Democracy (NLD) (Source: CLAT FOCUS, April 2012 (a monthly magazine of Current Affairs) published by CRACK CLAT TUTORIALS)
FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO VISITED INDIA IN 2012- Vladimir Putin-- president of Russia visited India on 24th December for 13th India- Russia summit. India and Russia signed pacts on Economic Ties for 2 billion dollar investment fund. Pakistan’s interior minister, Rehman Malik-- visited India in December 2012 for 3 days. His visit was controversial because of his statements/remarks in various serious issues such as terrorism. Paris Hilton-- visited India in December 2012. She also visited Goa during her visit. Aung San Suu Kyi--, chair person of National League of Democracy of Myanmar visited India from 13th November 2012 to 18th November 2012. She visited Delhi, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, Infosys campus, Andhra Pradesh, etc. Hamid Karzai--, the president of Afghanistan visited India from 9th to 13th November 2012. He discussed various regional and geographic issues. He attended a business meet at Mumbai and gave a lecture at Maulana Abul Kalam Azad memorial at New Delhi which was organized by ICCR. E ...
The Chairperson, National League for Democracy, Myanmar, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi calling on the Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, in New Delhi on November 14, 2012.
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