by Salai Pi Pi
Wednesday, 22 April 2009 20:56
New Delhi (Mizzima) – The Burmese military junta-backed civilian organization, the Union Solidarity and Development Association (USDA) in Chin state, has completed its list of members, who will contest in the ensuing general elections in 2010.
Sources in the opposition party – the National League for Democracy – in Hakha town, capital of Chin state, said the USDA had completed preparing the list of possible candidates from the nine townships in Chin state, and were ready to submit the list to their central office.
“The USDA office from Hakha has already received a list of candidates from all townships and are planning to submit it to their central office,” the source said.
The source said, the USDA had nominated four candidates from Hakha Township, five from Thangtlang Township and one from Falam Township. However, he failed to describe the numbers selected from other townships. Continue reading “USDA(Thugs and Thieves) prepares list of possible election candidate”