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The name chosen for the new party, the Four Eights Party, has come under criticism from those who believe that the symbolism of 8-8-88 belongs to all the people and their struggle for democracy. The move to form a party does not involve some prominent 88 Generation leaders, including U Min Ko Naing ...
Prominent 88 Generation Peace and Open Society members such as U Min Ko Naing, U Jimmy and recently resigned leader U Mya Aye were not involved the party's formation. Another leading figure in the group, U Min Zeyar, is a member, however. In the meantime, some have criticized the party's choice ...

... moves in Irrawaddy Delta. A file photo of Min Ko Naing, an 88 Generation student leader, giving a speech at the opening ceremony of a memorial and exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of the democratic uprising, known also as "8888", in Rangoon on 6 August 2013. (Photo: Reuters). By DVB; 2 October 2017; Print ...
Min Ko Naing, a prominent Generation 88 leader who spent almost 20 years in prison, told a press briefing last week Rakhine State's problems were not racial or religious but had to do with immigration laws and terrorism. “They [self-identifying Rohingya] are not one of the 135 ethnic groups in Myanmar,” ...
International pressure has been mounting on Myanmar, after military clearance operations that followed have sent some 400,000 self-identifying Rohingya fleeing to Bangladesh. Prominent 88 generation leader U Min Ko Naing said the state's problems were not racial or religious but to do with immigration ...
88 Generation continues planning for new political party. Min Ko Naing (C), an 88 generation student leader, greets ethnic leaders during an opening ceremony of a memorial and exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of the democratic uprising in Rangoon. (Reuters). By ZEYAR CHAN AYE / DVB; 17 July 2017; Print ...

Leading members of the 88 Generation Peace and Open Society movement are holding a meeting in Yangon on March 30 to 31 to discuss the creation of a political party. The group's best-known activists include Ko Min Ko Naing, Ko Jimmy, Ko Ko Gyi, Ko Mya Aye, Ko Htun Myint Aung and Ko Marky – all ...
However, some of the group's leaders, including U Min Ko Naing and U Jimmy, have distanced themselves from the new party, saying they will not participate in its formation and will continue with the activities of the 88 Generation Peace and Open Society. 88 Generation Peace and Open Society is a civil ...
Min Ko Naing (white shirt), a leading 88 Generation member, talks with Tin Oo, a founder of the National League for Democracy, before a 2014 rally for constitutional reform in Yangon. (Photo by Simon Roughneen). YANGON -- Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her National League for ...
No one person personifies this more than Min Ko Naing, a former political prisoner and one of the most influential opposition leaders in the country. He was the chairman of the All Burma Federation of Student Unions (ABFSU) and a leader of the pro-democracy protests in 1988 and the protests that he initiated in 2007 ...
At the event, former student leader U Min Ko Naing gave a speech in which he called on all military groups, including the Tatmadaw (Myanmar's armed forces) and the ethnic armed organizations to ramp up their efforts to make peace. But even as the performance was underway, a thousand kilometers to ...
It also noted that U Min Ko Naing, who was one of the main organisers of the event, said in his speech that there were too many child soldiers in armed organisations, which was a reference to armed ethnic groups and the Tatmadaw, glossing over the efforts of the Tatmadaw to stop the recruitment of child ...
The Myanmar military, or Tatmadaw, strongly criticized the use of generic military uniforms at a performance held to support peace-building activities, as well as an accompanying speech by former student leader U Min Ko Naing in Yangon on Jan. 27. The activities, which included a dramatic performance, ...
The group's best-known activists include Ko Min Ko Naing, Ko Jimmy, Ko Ko Gyi, Ko Mya Aye, Ko Htun Myint Aung and Ko Marky - all of whom were prominent during the national uprising in 1988 from which their movement derived its name.
Myanmar by-elections test government support. Aung San Suu Kyi's ruling NLD faces pressure from emerging new opposition. SIMON ROUGHNEEN, Asia regional correspondent.
Ko Min Ko Naing [a veteran pro-democracy activist] was jailed for 60 years with four charges under the same law just for sending four emails.
Ko Min Ko Naing [a veteran pro-democracy activist] was jailed for 60 years with four charges under the same law just for sending four emails.

U Tin Oo, patron and founder of National League for Democracy, U Phyo Min Thein, Chief Minister of Yangon Region, House Speakers of the Houses, Union Ministers and Min Ko Naing of 88 Generation and Athong Makury, President of Council of Naga ...
YANGON - Many students have made sacrifices to create a more democratic Myanmar over the past several decades. Thet Win Aung was among them.
YANGON - Many students have made sacrifices to create a more democratic Myanmar over the past several decades. Thet Win Aung was among them.
Student leader Min Ko Naing from the 88 Generation Peace and Open Society said the Burma Army and ethnic people have different opinions about what federalism means--a word that the army only started to accept in dialogue.
Min Ko Naing, the 8888 Generations and Open Society leaders recently said to the people of Burma that the scarification of ordinary citizens in Burma shall never be forgotten.
A leader of the 88-Generation (Peace and Open Society) Min Ko Naing said that the 8888 popular uprising was the people's movement so the 8888 museum needs to be maintained by the state like other museums such as the Cultural Museum and the ...
A leader of the 88-Generation (Peace and Open Society) Min Ko Naing said that the 8888 popular uprising was the people's movement so the 8888 museum needs to be maintained by the state like other museums such as the Cultural Museum and the ...
Min Ko Naing, a former student activist and leading member of 88 Generation, said the uprising should be commemorated on a far grander scale than it is now.
"The country's transition to democracy will not be successfully implemented without charter change," Min Ko Naing from the Peace and Open Society told reporters Monday at the opening of a temporary museum to mark 8888 in commercial capital Yangon.
Some of these are obvious, like Ko Min Ko Naing's imprisonment for more than two decades. But others speak to the everyday poverty and lack of access to education that afflicts rural areas in particular.
Awards will include the Aung San Suu Kyi Award for best national film; the Aung San Suu Kyi Award for best international film; the Min Ko Naing Award; the March 13 Award; the Hanthawady U Win Tin Award; the Vaclav Havel Award; the VOA Award; the ...
The opening ceremony was attended by Thai government officials, U Kyaw Thu from Burma's Free Funeral Services Society, Ko Min Ko Naing and members of of the 88 Generation Students, political parties, civil society organizations, INGOs representatives ...
We also fought for the release of Min Ko Naing and other political prisoners. But now, no one helps us get visas. We feel sad.
... featuring a sketch from well-known cartoonist Awpekyal, along with a poem from democracy activist Min Ko Naing, describing the country as a traditional dance show in which the long-neglected truth is now on stage, with young people fighting to ...
... featuring a sketch from well-known cartoonist Awpekyal, along with a poem from democracy activist Min Ko Naing, describing the country as a traditional dance show in which the long-neglected truth is now on stage, with young people fighting to ...
Her followers and the public seem ready to support him and a government that he will ostensibly lead, even though he is not as well-known as heroic second-fiddles in Burma's democracy movement like Min Ko Naing, Tin Oo or the late Win Tin. Indeed, the ...
His name is Min Ko Naing. He was a student leader in the uprising and spent twenty years in prison, in solitary confinement.
A prize of $1000 will be offered in the categories of Best Documentary, Best Short Film, Best Animation, and contestants will also be in line for the Aung San Suu Kyi Award, the Min Ko Naing Award and the March 13 (Human Rights Day) Award.
"Hence, we, THE 88 GENERATION (Peace and Open Society) hereby object those death sentences of two Myanmar migrant workers", Min Ko Naing said. The family of Mr Miller said after hearing the evidence that the Thai police investigation was "not the ...
With her youngest son, Nyi Pu Lay, she had started a daily paper called 8888, which reported on the mass movement raging across the country, on the student leader Min Ko Naing's speeches in Yangon, on the broadcast schedules of Daw Aung San Suu ...
From Thakhin Ko Daw Hmaing, whose prose inspired pro-independence leaders when the country was under British rule, to Min Ko Naing, a prominent activist who emerged from the 1988 student protests, poets have long been central to dissident causes, ...
From Thakhin Ko Daw Hmaing, whose prose inspired pro-independence leaders when the country was under British rule, to Min Ko Naing, a prominent activist who emerged from the 1988 student protests, poets have long been central to dissident causes, ...


 

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