“The role of civilians is disappearing and the role of gunmen is higher.”
(Sai Kyaw Nyunt – Joint Secretary (1) – SNLD)
After the military coup in Burma, the role of civilians has disappeared and the role of gunmen is increasing. Pro-democracy activists will not accept this, said Sai Kyaw Nyunt, joint secretary of the Shan Nationalities League for Democracy (SNLD).
What are the highlights of the recent SNLD party conference? He made the remarks when asked by BNN’s Htet Aung about the party’s views on the current political situation. In the first part of the interview that will be broadcast now …
– Why is the SNLD convention needed to be held at this time?
How does the SNLD view the military coup? Does holding a party convention mean preparing for the election?
What does it mean to stand up for the Dhamma?
And so on. (How to deal with current issues – the second part will be broadcast tomorrow night)
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