“Some people are surprised our party has survived,” says National Unity Party candidate Phyu Phyu Nyunt.
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Twenty-six years after the 8888 Uprising, the people of Burma say they are still fighting to establish an independent and fair democratic system.
To mark the 52nd anniversary of the 7 July Students’ Massacre, the All Burma Federation of Students Unions organised a march of around 100 people through Rangoon University campus.
Former members from the All-Burma Students’ Democratic Front are returning to Rangoon to commemorate the mass demonstrations against Ne Win’s dictatorship that were violently suppressed by the military 25 years ago this month
On 7 July 1962 students at Rangoon University staged a peaceful demonstration to protest the institution’s lackluster education standards and unfair university regulations imposed by president Ne Win. The protest[…]