Party registration is regarded as ‘criminal act for history’, says NGU prime minister

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Mawlamyine, 23 March

Political party registration for the junta’s election and affiliation with these parties are regarded as ‘criminals of the history’, said Mahn Win Khaing Than, the prime minister of National Unity Government.

At the 11th meeting of the cabinet on 21 March, he said, “The election of cruel junta regime is just to maintain their power while they are committing various inhumane crimes against humanity. All the global community has realized this. And that like-minded organizations will be regarded as the same status as criminals of the history, “ said Prime Minster Mahn Win Khaing Than. 

 He also appreciated other political parties which stand firmly for people with confidence in revolution and justice.

Twenty-nine political parties have re-registered from 1 February to 17 March for the planned election of the junta regime. Among them, seven parties will contest the parliamentary seats across the country, and other 22 parties for respective region and state parliaments.

These numbers showed only one-third of 91 parties in Myanmar.

 News—Than Lwin Times Photo: Prime Minister Mahn Win Khaing Than, National Unity Government

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