Union of Burma


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The National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma is based in the United States, while the other three groups are based in Thailand.
The Union of Burma is ruled by a military junta that currently calls itself the "State Peace and Development Council" (SPDC).
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.
The Union of Burma (or Myanmar as it is called by the ruling junta) consists of 14 states and divisions.
No one has claimed responsibility for the bombings but the junta has blamed the expatriate, self-proclaimed parallel government, the National Coalition Government of Union of Burma, and ethnic rebel groups, including the Karen National Union, the Shan State Army and the Kayin-ni National Progressive party.
The brutal acts causing death and injuries to innocent people are joint efforts of the terrorist groups -- the Kayin National Union, Shan State Army of Ywet Sit, Kayinni National Progressive Party and the National Coalition Government of Union of Burma of expatriate Sein Win,'' the junta alleged.
Forced relocation'Soe Aung, from the National Council of the Union of Burma, an umbrella group for Myanmar's opposition, told Al Jazeera that resentment towards the military government has increased significantly since Cyclone Nargis.
Aung San applied the tactic of political dialogue to bring about the Union of Burma as a sovereign independent state.
Dissident organizations outside the country, which were named by the minister, include the All Burma Student Democratic Front and the National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma, both based in Bangkok.
They should know that genuine democratic reform is the only way for the Union of Burma to gain international acceptance.
The National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma, a self-styled shadow government based in the United States, said around 70 people were killed.
Affairs of the National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma (NCGUB), told the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan.
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