Daily Local News (Spring Revolution) – Dec 03 (Morning)
1. The NUG Union Prime Minister and Union Ministers participated in the Profile Campaign, which was held to encourage and stimulate the essence of human rights and International Human Rights Day
The Union Prime Minister and Union Ministers of the National Unity Government participated in the Profile Campaign, which was held to encourage and stimulate the essence of human rights and International Human Rights Day. The Ministry of Women, Youth, and Children Affairs announced the news in December. Union Ministers including Prime Minister Mahn Win Khaing Than, Minister of Home Affairs U Lwin Ko Latt, Minister of Communications, Information and Technology U Htin Linn Aung, Minister of Planning, Finance and Investment U Tin Tun Naing, and Union Minister of Education and Health Dr. Zaw Wai Soe took part in the movement. The “International Human Rights Day” is coming up on December 10th.
2. CRPH and Australian members of parliament held a meeting regarding the official recognition of NUG by the Australian parliament and government
The Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw and Australian members of parliament held a meeting regarding the official recognition of the National Unity Government by the Australian parliament and government. On December 1st, CRPH and Australian members of parliament held a meeting via video conference. During the meeting, representatives of the elected parliament and other political leaders discussed efforts to build a future federal state in order to enhance collaboration and prevent the military council’s violence and immoral actions.
Furthermore, they discussed economic sanctions against the military council and the fake election of the regime, which cannot resolve current conflicts, as well as the official recognition of CRPH and NUG by the Australian parliament and government. The meeting was attended by Australian members of parliament led by Peter Khalil and Zoe Daniels, CRPH chairman U Aung Kyi Nyunt, chairman of International Relations Committee Daw Myat Thida Tun, chairman of Public Affairs Committee Dr. Khin Soe Soe Kyi, chairman of Women, Youths and Children Affairs Committee U Win Naing, Australian NUG representative Dr. Tun Aung Shwe, and members of the International Relations Committee.
3. Defense Minister U Ye Mon stated that he believes the Arakan Army (AA) will not abandon the revolution
Defense Minister U Ye Mon said that he believes the Arakan Army (AA) will not abandon the revolution. “As the National Unity Government, we have a good understanding of the Arakan Army (AA). A temporary ceasefire is certain. We are confident that AA will not abandon this revolution,” said the Minister. Mr. Sasakawa, president of the Japan-based Nippon foundation, intervened and a ceasefire was verbally agreed upon between the Arakan Army (AA) and the military council.
4. Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe says an illegal terrorist army, which imprisoned freedom, should be rooted out
Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe said that an illegal terrorist army, which imprisoned freedom, should be rooted out. On December 2, Dr. Zaw Wai Soe stated about the terrorist army. “Let’s root out the illegal terrorist army that gives death sentence to democracy and imprisons truth and freedom,” the minister said. Currently, the terrorist group has arrested over ten thousand people and killed more than two thousand people.
5. Deputy Minister of Home Affairs says strong management activities are required to dominate the territory
Deputy Minister of Home Affairs U Khu Hte Bu said that strong management activities are required to dominate the territory. U Khu Hte Bu stated at the meeting of the NUG interim Local Administration Central Committee and Expanded Public Administration groups held on December 2. “There is a need to have a strong presence in the territory’s control and management, and to carry out public administration activities with good connections between Public Administration Groups and departmental staff, as well as to discuss the conditions on the ground and realistically carry out the next steps,” said the Deputy Minister. Following additional briefings on the ministries’ activities, the extended public administration groups discussed the challenges they face on the ground and what they want to know. The meeting was attended by members of the Interim Local Administration Central Committee, permanent secretaries, joint secretaries and departmental officials and officials from extended public administration groups.
6. 25 Tumi lottery winners appeared and won prizes ranging from 30 lakh Myanmar kyats to 60,000 Kyats
It is reported that 25 Tumi lottery winners appeared and won prizes ranging from 30 lakh Myanmar kyats to 60,000 Kyats. On December 2, Ei Thinzar Maung, Minister of Women, Youth, and Children Affairs, urged people to try Tumi lotteries. “At the current exchange rate, five US dollars is worth more than 10,000 Myanmar Kats. These five dollars may be a very small amount, but it would be very beneficial for the revolution. Similarly, if our people’s five dollars come together, it will surely become a force to bring down the military council,” she said. The Tumi lottery is sold monthly for $5 per ticket and runs every week until the seventh round. About 300 lakhs in Burmese currency (9,380 USD) can be supported to finance the revolution. There have already been 25 lucky Tumi lottery winners, ranging from the highest prize of 30 lakh Burmese Kyats to the lowest prize of 60,000.
7. The defense forces went to put out the fire when the terrorist army set fire to Sarhtone village in Salingyi township
The defense forces went to put out the fire when the terrorist army set fire to Sarhtone village in Salingyi township. The Dragon Twin special forces confirmed on December 1 that they had extinguished the fire in Sarhtone village, Salingyi township. On December 1, Min Aung Hlaing’s terrorist army set fire to innocent people’s homes in Sarhtone village, Salingyi township, and the Dragon brotherhood and alliance forces went to put out the fire and try to rescue the village’s pets and household items. After that, they were able to move the grandfather, who couldn’t walk, away from the fire.
8. The number of people arrested at the Salween bridge checkpoint on the Hpa-an-Thaton Road in Hpa-an, Karen State, has risen to 500.
According to the report, the number of people arrested at the Salween bridge checkpoint on the Hpa-an-Thaton Road in Hpa-an, Karen State, has risen to 500. The military council’s major-level supervision, the captain in charge of the bridge, and about 15 military council troops, including about 20 deputy police chiefs and police officers, and a total of 60 police officers, check the gate daily. It is reported that such inspections include checking whether passing vehicles and motorcycles have arms, checking travelers’ phone messages and computers, making backup photos from phones, checking Gmail and contact lists, and checking other social media and related software. If revolutionary forces and CDM staff enter the country, we want them to avoid the Salween bridge Hpa-an checkpoint,” a CDM employee confirmed.
9. Two military council soldiers were killed when a military vehicle was hit by a mine near the Aung Pin Lal toll gate on the Pyin Oo Lwin road out of Mandalay
According to the report, two military council soldiers were killed when a military vehicle was hit by a mine near the Aung Pin Lal toll gate on the Pyin Oo Lwin road out of Mandalay. On the afternoon of December 2, the Fox force confirmed the news. It is a one-year retaliation for the deaths of our Fox force’s commander Ko Kyaw and section commander Ye Ye on December 4, 2021,” they said.
10. Seven military council troops were killed when People’s Defense alliance forces attacked the military council troops stationed in Htaminmasar village, Palaw township
It is reported that seven military council troops were killed when People’s Defense alliance forces attacked the military council troops stationed in Htaminmasar village, Palaw township. Tanintharyi military sub-regional command force announced the news on December 2. ” People’s Defense alliance forces attacked the military council troops stationed in Htaminmasar village, Palaw township. The attack started around 1:00 p.m. on December 1,” they said. During the Htaminmasar battle, which lasted about 4 hours, 7 military council soldiers were killed, 4 were wounded, and one MA 1 and 5 ammunition boxes were seized. The allied people’s defense forces were able to successfully withdraw without being harmful. The attack was carried out jointly by the 1st battalion of the People’s Defense Force Myaik district and the allied forces.
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