Statement In 19th Anniversary of Landslide Victory of 1990 Election


Statement In 19th Anniversary of Landslide Victory of 1990 Election

In Burma 

Today is the memorial day of 1990 landslide victory in which the people of Burma showed their immense supports in voting towards people elected democratic government.

It was May 27, 1990, that will never come again but nobody can forget that day’s victory in which at least 82% of total constituency won by the NLD, including the Rohingya’s NDPHR. But the regime is continuously denying the election result and trying to have Sham Election in 2010 with a view to legitimate military power.

Despite, making power transition, the regime banned all the elected parties accept NLD and arrested dozens of MPs together with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi who is being kept continuous arrest.

After long term illegal detention, the regime brought her before military court and going to be sentenced 5 years imprisonment with fabricated charge.

Meanwhile, the act of regime is unbearable to the people of Burma, which is also violate both international and domestic laws. People do not have moth to voice on anything and so they are victimized by various means.

Therefore, we call upon the SPDC;

  1. To immediate set free of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and all political prisoners including others ethnic leaders and U Kyaw Min @ Shamsul Anwar Haq, the ethnic Rohingya leader and MP of NDPHR.
  2. To cease all kins of human rights violations. Particularly, the ethnic minorities like Rohingya in Arakan state, through removing all kind of restrictions and stopping new model village settlements, and abuses.

Beside this, we would like to propose to ASEAN, UNSC and ICJ to take practical action on Junta’s as no verbal sanctions could be enhanced with democratic changes.

This statement is endorsed By,

National Democratic Party For Human Rights (NDPHR) exile, Southeast Asia

Regional Office, Malaysia.

-All Burma Democratic Forces (ABDF), Malaysia

-Democratic Federation Of Burma (DFB), Malaysia

-Arakan Rohingya Refugee Committee (ARRC), Malaysia

For further information: +(60) 12 2595185   / +(60) 16 3094599

 

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