Members of the 88 Generation Peace and Open Society, Burma’s most respected democracy group, confirmed on Sunday they are making headway in the development of a new political party.
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Activist group says it may look to become a political or philanthropic organisation following release of several members in amnesty
Dec 24, 2008 (DVB)-One of the detained leaders of the 88 Generation Students, Htay Kywe has been tortured physically and mentally by authorities, according to sources close to Buthidaung prison[…]
Nov 15, 2008 (DVB)-Nine leading members of the 88 Generation Students, including Min Ko Naing, were sentenced to serve 65 years in prison on 11 November, according to their relatives.[…]
Nov 12, 2008 (DVB)-Fourteen members of the 88 Generation Students Group have been sentenced to 65 years each yesterday. They are Ko Min Zayya, Ma Mie Mie, Ma Nilar Thein[…]
Nov 12, 2008 (DVB)-Recent sentencing of activists to 65 years in prison highlights lawlessness and dearth of justice in Burma, insisted their relatives and pro-democracy activists. 14 members of 88[…]
Nov 05, 2008 (DVB)-Nine leaders of the 88 generation student group had been transferred to Ma-ubin prison in Irrawaddy division on 31 October, two days after they were sentenced to[…]