Union of Burma


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In order to join the Union of Burma, and gain full independence from Britain, the Saophas resigned in 1959.
According to the National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma (the Burma Government in Exile) 27 of these 29 NLD members died in government custody; and 103 NLD Members of Parliament are believed to be still in government custody.
From the birth of the Union of Burma until 1962, the country's prime minister was U Nu.
The National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma - a self-appointed exile government based in the Burmese jungle - said one detainee has died in custody.
Recent recipients of East West computers include the Seafarer's Union of Burma, the National Endowment for Democracy in Washington, D.
A new constitution of the Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma was adopted in 1974.
Zin Linn, the director of the National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma, a pro-democracy group that supports Aung San Suu Kyi, told Al Jazeera that there was an "ulterior" motive to the trial.
The four are the National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma, the Federation of Trade Unions of Burma, the All Burma Students Democratic Front and the National League for Democracy-Liberated Area, the newspapers reported, quoting a Home Ministry press release dated Wednesday.
The modern Union of Burma was born only in 12th Feb.
The Union of Burma is ruled by a military junta that currently calls itself the "State Peace and Development Council" (SPDC).
In this news article, Maung Maung, secretary general of the National Council of the Union of Burma, stated that "the country's revenue from gas, rubies, teak, timber, rice, gas, uranium, and diamonds is being pilfered for the personal enrichment of junta members or their families.
The declaration Sunday makes the National Coalition Government of Union of Burma, the Federation of Trade Unions of Burma, the All Burma Students Democratic Front, and the Shan State Army-South unlawful groups.
This, in turn, adversely affected national unity in the post-independence Union of Burma and made inevitable the military coup of March 1962.
16 -- Four months ago the world was celebrating the inauguration of a brilliant and charismatic Burmese leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi as the de facto leader of the Union of Burma which her father had founded in 1947, replacing the Junta's rule for nearly half a century (1962-2016).
The Union of Burma (or Myanmar as it is called by the ruling junta) consists of 14 states and divisions.
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