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Junta’s unfair rule of law – 88 Generation Students leaders and activists sentenced up to 65 years in prison

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88 Generation Students including Min Zeya, Jimmy, Nilar Thein, Arnt Bwe Kyaw, Panneik Tun, Mie Mie, as well as Labour rights activist Su Su Nway, musician Win Maw, HIV/AIDS activist Than Naing, etc.

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Burma: 65-year prison sentences for protestors reveal government’s …
Amnesty International UK, UK –
More than 2100 political prisoners are currently behind bars in Myanmar. ‘Even as the government continues to claim that its new constitution and plans for …

65-Year Jail Terms Handed Down to Burmese Demonstrators
FOXNews –
YANGON, Myanmar — Courts in military-ruled Burma delivered a devastating blow Tuesday to the country’s pro-democracy movement, sentencing at least two dozen …

Myanmar is said to give long terms to activists
International Herald Tribune, France –
BANGKOK: Myanmar’s military government continued a crackdown on dissent Tuesday, handing down prison sentences of 65 years to around a dozen pro-democracy …

Burma Sentences Activists to 65 Years in Prison
Voice of America –
By VOA News A court in Burma has sentenced at least 14 members of a well-known pro-democracy group to 65 years in prison. Relatives and opposition political …

UPDATE: Myanmar Activists Jailed 65 Years -Family, Opposition
EasyBourse.com, France –
The military regime officially changed the country’s name from Burma to Myanmar in 1989. Some 88 Generation members, including Nilar Thein, …

Blogger jailed for 20 years in Burma
Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom –
Fourteen Burmese democracy activists have meanwhile been handed 65 year jail terms in Rangoon. Mostly in their 30s, they were arrested last year for their …

Activists from the 88 Generation Student Group sentenced to 65 …
AsiaNews.it, Italy –
Yangon (AsiaNews) – Repression against dissidents continues in Myanmar. Fourteen leading activists, including five women, from the 88 Generation Students …

Burma activists get 65-year prison terms: relatives
CTV.ca, Canada –
Relatives of some of the convicts said the members of the 88 Generation Students group were sentenced Tuesday morning by a court in Yangon’s Insein Prison. …

Burma’s Best Given Brutal Prison Sentences
The Irrawaddy News Magazine, Thailand –
By KYAW ZWA MOE Fourteen leading activists of the 88 Generation Students group, including five women, were given 65-year prison sentences in a court in …

40 Burmese Dissidents Given Prison Terms of up to 65 Years
The Irrawaddy News Magazine, Thailand –

By SAW YAN NAING About 40 Burmese dissidents, including Buddhist monks, members of the 88 Generation Students group, a prominent labor activist and …

88 generation students’ timeline
Mizzima.com, India –
The group also urges the United Nation’s Security Council to pass an effective resolution on Burma’s political crisis. January 4, 2007 – 88 generation …

Myanmar activists jailed for 65 years: family
AFP –
The military regime changed the country’s name from Burma to Myanmar in 1989. Some “88 Generation” members started new demonstrations in Yangon in August …

Myanmar jails dissidents for 65 years
Reuters –
The United Nations says at least 31 people were killed when the former Burma’s military rulers sent in troops to end the mass demonstrations led by columns …

Burmese court sentences dissidents to 65 years
The Standard, Hong Kong –
A closed court in military-ruled Burma sentenced at least 11 dissidents involved in last year’s pro-democracy protests to 65 years each in prison on Tuesday …

88 Generation Activists Given 65 Years
The Irrawaddy News Magazine, Thailand –
The 88 Generation Students group were seen to be involved in the mass protests against the increased fuel prices enforced by the Burmese government in …

88 generation students sentenced to 65 years
Mizzima.com, India –
by Mizzima News New Delhi – At least 14 prominent student activists in Burma, detained for their involvement in the September 2007 protests, …



Written by Lwin Aung Soe

November 11, 2008 at 12:53 pm

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