Grandson of ex-dictator snr-gen Than Shwe has met Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. And Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has also confirmed about it. Than Shwe’s grandson, Nay Shwe Thway Aung has written on his Facebook that ” I don’t want to beat around the bush anymore. I am so happy that Aunt, Aung San Suu Kyi has treated me warmly and friendly. I will do what I can for the good of the country. And I hope the people will happy about the news.”
Meithal a tuah tuan mi inn asi rua. (Hmantlak ka zoh nak in keimah ka ruahnak)
ဟားခါးျမိဳ႕ ေပါက္ကြဲမူပုံရိပ္မ်ား Photo Van Lyan
Hakha Dawrthar sang Pu Jonah inn a puak: Minung 5 an thi; inn 6 a rawk; minung 6 hrawng an i hliam ————————————————————————————————————————- Hakha khua, Dawthar sang Pu Jonah (Jonathan) inn November 22 zaan 10:30 ah a puak i an inn tang um mi chungkhar panga an thih dih pinah a pawngkam inn 5 zong a rawhchih dih. Minung panga nak tlawm lo an i hliam. Amah pu Jonah Motor zong pa 2 aa rawkchih. An inn pawng inn pakhat cu a cungdi caanphio a kaang. A thimi hna hi Pu Jonah inn tang um Lungzarh khuami Pu Neng Cin (Ceu Tling pa) le chungkhar an si tiah zumh an si. “Mah hna chungkhar hi amah Pu Neng Cin le an nu Pi Far Pen (Pu Jonah I a ni), Biak Cer (Pu Neng Cin a fanu), Ngakchia tang thum hrawng kai liomi (Biak Cer fanu), Sui Sui (Biak Cer nau nu) hna hi si dawh an si. Zeicatiah hi zan ah hin anmah chungkhar hi inn tang ah hin an um”, tiah innpa Lungzarh khuami pa nih Hakha Post ah a chim. Zeiruang ah dah a puah, aa rawh ti cu hngalh khawh a si rih lo. “Bomb a si ko lai, zeidang cu a si lai tiah kan zum lo, zeicatiah mahtluk thazaang thawngn in a puak kho ding mi le inn hmanh a choih kho ding tiang a puak ding thil dang um dawh a si lo. Bomb hmanh ah pakhathnih lawng a si lai lo, a bomb belte hi lamcawhnak I hman mi bomb phun maw zeidang ti tu cu kan thei kho rih lo,” tiah Hakha Palek pakhat nih a hmuh ning Hakha Post ah a chim. A thi mi hna hi an uut I an muisam zong fiang in theih khawh an si lo. Cun an taksa hi pee 50 – 100 tiang aa thek, a hlawnh hna. A pawng inn panga lawng si lo in a tlawmbik pee 500 tluk hrawng hla mi inn zeimaw thlalang awng zong a hrawhchih mi an um. Atu bantuk in Pu Jonah inn a puah lio ahhin inn ngeitu Pu Jonah le an nu cu khual an tlawn kar a si i an inn cung dot ah a um mi an pate Pu Than Er le an sin um nu nungak cu an nunnak a him i sii zung ah an kalpi hna.
Pu Jonah inn nih a puahchih mi innpa inn hna cu; —————————————————————– 1. Pu Thang Tling (Khuafo) 2. Pu Heng Cin (Lungler) 3. Pi Thluai Pen (Kuhchah) 4. Pu Hniang Bik (Hakha) 5. Pu Cung Bik (Vomkua) Mah hna inn 5 hi a hrawhchih hna nain minung cu an him hna.
Caught: Counter-terrorism police first became aware of Ahmet Dahmani, 26, when he arrived on a flight to Antalya and tracked him to the hotel in the Manavgat district of the city
Police in Turkey have arrested a Belgian man Turkey have arrested a Belgian man of Moroccan origin on suspicion he scouted out the target sites for the Paris attacks. Ahmet Dahmani was arrested at a luxury hotel in the southern coastal city of Antalya. Reports say the 26-year-old had been staying in a five-star hotel in the popular tourist destination since November 16.
A Turkish government official confirmed that two other men were also arrested, without giving details. Local media claim the two other men, both Syrian citizens, were detained on a nearby highway on suspicion they had been sent by Islamic State in Syria to ensure Dahmani’s safe passage across the border and were planning to meet him. It is believed Dahmani arrived in Turkey from Amsterdam on November 14, one Turkish official said. They have reportedly been identified as 29-year-old Ahmet Tahir and 23-year-old Muhammed Verdi. One of the two men, both thought to be Syrian nationals, was reportedly acting as lookouts for the Paris attacks before fleeing across Europe to Turkey. Counter-terrorism police first became aware of Dahmani when he arrived on a flight to Antalya and tracked him to the hotel in the Manavgat district of the city.
Police investigatePolice investigate Facebook child abuse Investigators raided a house belonging to a military MP on Thursday in response to a viral Facebook post alleging child abuse. Bahan Township police and Child Protection Service officers twice visited the uptown estate in Sayasan Ward on University Lane, Bahan Township, Yangon. The Facebook post showed photos of a child in her underwear about to get tied up with a rope by a woman. Yin Yin Nwal, wife of the military representative, reported that the eight-year-old child was hired help around the house and her young daughters’ friend. She said that the woman in the picture was the victim’s aunt, Than Than New, adding that the pair had had left Yangon for Taungoo half an hour after the police arrived in the morning. Yin Yin Nwal apparently said: “If the police are involved in her disciplining her niece, matters will only get messy.” Yin Yin Nwal claimed that she did not know the Taungoo address. “The child stole food and drank from bottles off limits to her. She also did not wash her hands so her aunt beat her in many different ways. I asked her to not go overboard and asked her to punish her by doing squats instead. The child was afraid so she begged her aunt not to beat her but tie her up so the aunt agreed. The clothes were dirty and, according to the aunt, the child could not wash the clothes before mopping the house so she asked the child to take off her clothes,” said Yin Yin Nwal. The military MP, owner of the estate, also said that the little girl ran away, locked herself in the bathroom and then proceeded to hide in the compound, because she was afraid of being beaten. A neighbour said that he took the photos and contacted Bahan police, although he denied uploading them to Facebook. He said: “They have been torturing the poor girl for around 20 days. Their methods are cruel. They should give her appropriate jobs for her age. There are injuries all over her body and she might be traumatised as she is still so young.” The authorities are looking for the pair. CR. ELEVENMYANMAR
NLD wins right to appoint vice president
The National League for Democracy (NLD) can elect a vice president now it has won 179 of the 216 contested Lower House seats. There are 330 seats in total with the others reserved for military officers.
The NLD has already won 77 seats out of 168 seats in the Upper House. One more Upper House victory is needed to allow the party to appoint a second vice president.
Under the Constitution, the Lower and Upper houses appoint two of the three vice presidents.
Each parliament must select a vice president with the support of more than half its members.
The military representatives get to choose the third vice president.
The president must be elected with the agreement of more than half of 664 representatives, meaning the NLD must win at least 333 seats to choose the head of state.
The Union Solidarity and Development Party has won 17 seats in the Lower House and only four in the Upper House.
NLD to claim Zigon electoral fraud The National League for Democracy is going to make a complaint to the regional election commission about electoral fraud at some polling stations in Zigon Township, Thayarwady District, Bago Region.
NLD observers said polling officers assisted in imprinting the “right mark” seal on the ballots and entered the voting booths.
The NLD’s Toe Aung said: “At polling station no.2, the officers were imprinting the ballots themselves. I told them not to do it but to no effect. I kept the voter cards of my underage son and others as evidence of the complaint.”
According to Toe Aung, he found two cards for children, including Lin Htet Naing and Zin Lin Thu. The latter is the polling officer’s son.
Similar events happened at station no.1 in Kankalay ward, according to Tin Hlaing.
NLD regional parliamentary candidate Nyein Nyein Ei said: “I visited 15 polling stations out of 27. I saw the polling officers and members of the election commission in the voting booths. The members of the USDP took mobile phones into the station. Worst of all, I saw those who wore white shirts and hats transporting voters.”
Another NLD candidate, Thet Naing Oo, said he had made similar complaints to the commission.
Vice President Nyan Tun competed for the Lower House and the Magway chief minister Nyan Win competed for the regional parliament in Zigon.
Nyan Tun got 24,952 votes and Nyan Win got 2,735 votes. There are 29 village tracts, 132 villages, 53,076 voters and 19 candidates. In 51 polling stations, the voting percentage was 82.5 per cent.
Army honours NLD’s landslide win
Information team of the office of the commander-in-chief (army) has today issued an announcement on chairperson of National League for Democracy Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s call for holding talks with the commander-in-chief.
The four-point announcement says: (1) We have received a letter signed by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, which sent to Commander-in-Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing; (2) We greatly honour all voters including the families of the army who cast their ballots in the November 8 elections in a discipline manner; (3) Likewise, we honour the NLD for having secured the majority of votes in the elections according to the final poll results; and (4) Both sides will coordinate to hold talks at a suitable time after the Union Election Commission has finished its works.
On November 11, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi sent letters to the President, the military chief and the Union Parliament Speaker separately, calling for holding dialogues. All have replied that they will meet with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi at appropriate times.