#ဆႏၵျပပြဲ ပူးေပါင္းပါဝင္ၾကဖို႔ ဖိတ္ေခၚပါတယ္။ #在東京タイ王国大使館 #PROTEST

Myo Gyi

မနက္ျဖန္ဂ်ပန္ေရာက္ျမန္မာနိုင္ငံသားမ်ားခင္ဗ်ာ။ ဂ်ပန္ႏိုင္ငံရွိ *ထိုင္းသံ႐ုံးေရွ႕* ဆႏၵျပပြဲ ပူးေပါင္းပါဝင္ၾကဖို႔ ဖိတ္ေခၚပါတယ္။

ကိုယ့္ျပည္သူကို ထိထိေရာက္ေရာက္ ကာကြယ္ရေကာင္းမွန္း မသိတဲ့အစိုးရေၾကာင့္ လိပ္ကြ်န္းလူသတ္မႈမွာ အျပစ္မရွိတဲ့ လူငယ္ႏွစ္ဦး ထိုင္းအစိုးရက ဒီေန႔မနက္ ေသဒဏ္ခ်မွတ္လိုက္ၾကၿပီ…

ဂ်ပန္ႏိုင္ငံေရာက္ ျပည္ေထာင္စုဖြာူျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံသားတိုင္းရင္းသားမ်ားအားလုံး မတရားခံရတဲ့ ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံသားႏွစ္အတြက္ ဆႏၵထုတ္ေဖၚၾကဖို႔ တိုက္တြန္းႏိူးေဆာ္အပ္ပါသည္။

ေန႔ရက္ ။ ၂၅ – ၁၂ – ၂၀၁၅ ေသာၾကာေန႔
အခ်ိန္ ။ ညေန ( ၃:၀၀ ~ ၄:၀၀ ) နာရီထိ
ေနရာ။ ထိုင္းသံရုံး(တိုက်ဳိ)

Royal Thai Embassy 在東京タイ王国大使館
3-14-6, Kami-Osaki, Shinagawa-ku,
Tokyo JAPAN 141-0021.
TEL:03-5789-2433 | FAX:03-5789-2428
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#update #MYANMAR #PROTEST #THAILAND #DEATH #SENTENCE #JAPAN #TOKYO

For security reasons transfer date of Zaw Lin/Wai Phyo from Samui prison to high security Nakhon Si Thammarat Prison will be kept secret.

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TOKYO JAPAN TAI EMBASSY

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campaign shirts in progress cr.  Kyaw Mg Mg

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PannPwint – Celebrity manmar burma

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25.12. protest thailand

Photo မ်ိဳးမင္းထြန္း
Credit ကိုစိန္သန္း

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 ေန႔လည္ ၂ နာရီ ေက်ာ္တဲ့အထိ လူစုမကြဲေသးပါ။
ျပည္လမ္းတစ္ျခမ္းပိတ္သြားပါျပီ။
ျပည္သူမ်ားက ကမၻာမေၾက နိုင္ငံေတာ္သီခ်င္း သံျပိဳင္
သီဆိုေနၾကပါတယ္။ myanmar burma

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Date: 24th December, 2015
To
H.E Prime Minister,
Government of the Kingdom of Thailand
C/O
Ambassador Thailand Embassy in Yangon
The 88 Generation Peace and Open Society’s objection against death sentences of two Myanmar migrant workers
We learned that the Thai court sentenced two Myanmar migrant workers to death on 24th December 2015 after convicting them of murders of two British citizens, Mr. David Miller and Ms. Hannah Witheridge, on Koh Tao Island.
This verdict came out despite international lawyers and human rights groups publicly pointed out the Myanmar migrant workers were wrongly accused by Thai Police, there was a lack of key witnesses, and flaws in DNA tests and procedures of forensic pathologists during the police investigation occured.
This case proves that the Thai judiciary has weaknesses and there is a significant ground for international criticism. We want our citizens to enjoy justice and the right to fair trial.
Hence, we, THE 88 GENERATION (Peace and Open Society) hereby object those death sentences of two Myanmar migrant workers. We urge you to pay an utmost attention to review this case and the verdict.
Min Ko Naing
THE 88 GENERATION (Peace and Open Society)

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Hours after the verdict, President’s Office director Zaw Htay wrote on Facebook that the government would support Zaw Lin and Wai Phyo, both 22, during their expected appeals.

“The Burmese government will continue to help through diplomatic channels without damaging Thailand’s sovereignty, its independent court ruling and bilateral relations between Burma and Thailand,” he said, adding that if needed the government would appeal to the Thai Privy Council for a reduction in the sentences. Continue reading “#update #MYANMAR #PROTEST #THAILAND #DEATH #SENTENCE #JAPAN #TOKYO”

#THAILAND #Anti #Trafficking #Law #death #sentence for #trafficker

The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) yesterday passed the anti human trafficking bill into law that sees for the first time in history death sentence for trafficker in case of victim to such trafficking dies.
The overwhelming passage of the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Bill by the NLA came one day after Britain also passed a law that imposes life imprisonment on traffickers.

The new law sees a change that allows state prosecutors to seek the death penalty and fines of up to 400,000 baht for those convicted of trafficking offences.

Head of the commission in charge of the law amendment Pol Gen Chatchawan Suksomjit said the new law stated that if the trafficked person dies in the hands of the trafficker then either life imprisonment or death sentence could now be handed down.

In case of serious injuries are inflicted on victims, those responsible can be sentenced up to 20 years in prison and fined up to 400,000 baht, he said.

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#THAISOUTH #PATTANI #court #handed #down #death #sentence on #5 #MUSLIM #TERRORISTS

The Pattani Provincial Court yesterday sentenced five southern militants to death after finding them guilty of shooting four soldiers to death and two other seriously injured on July 28, 2012.
The five convicted prisoners are Ismae Daong, Masahafi Metor, Koder Jaetae, Nimuhamad Niseng and Isbuloh Busa.

In the four hour trial which was attended by about 20 relatives of the defendants in the court room, the court said the five defendants were guilty of the shooting which happened on the road from Mayo district to Palas village resulting in four soldiers dead and two seriously injured.

The court then handed down death sentence on the five defendants.

As the death sentence was read, some relatives of the defendants burst in tears.

The attack on the road involved 18 heavily-armed Muslim militants in three pickup truck approaching six soldiers while they were riding in three motorcycles during their routine patrol to give protection to teachers in Mayo district.

They opened fire with M 16 rifles and shotguns, killed four soldiers instantly and two others seriously injured.

The militants then fled, stealing away all their M 16 assault rifles, radio transmitters and bullet proof jackets.

PHOTOCR. TRUTH

DEATH SENTENCE MUSLIM TERRORISTS

 

 

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#Thailand #death #sentence for #Rapist #child #murderer on #southern #train

The Hua Hin Provincial Court today sentenced a 22-year-old outsourced employee of the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) to death after he was found guilty of rape and murder of a 13-year-old student on the sleeper train on July 5.
Although the convict, Wanchai Saengkhao, a bed-sheet replacement employee of a company outsourced by the SRT would confess, the court said it would not help to ease the death sentence because his confession was confuted to testimonies and substantial evidence brought against him.

Wanchai has 30 days to appeal the death sentence.

His accomplice Nattaporn Chamnan, 19, was also sentenced to six years in prison but was commuted by one-third to four years after he confessed.

Wanchai was found guilty of committing several crimes on different occasions, the court said.

He gets death sentence for murder, nine years for raping an underaged girl, five years for theft at night, one year for covering up the dead body, and six months for drug consuming.

The court said his confession was made out of confutation to testimonies by 29 witnesses and evidences and that could not justify for the suspension of the death sentence.

The convicted prisoner is given 30 days to appeal the death sentence.

After the verdict was read, the mother and relatives who dressed in black with wordings read ‘Rape and Murder’ deserves death sentence, said they accepted the court’s ruling today.

Former Miss Thailand 2000 Panadda Wongphudee, a strong advocate to execution for rapist murderer, also was at the court’s room to hear the verdict.

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https://democracyforburma.wordpress.com/2014/07/08/murder-raped-girl-list-state-railway-of-thailand/

Mahn Nyein Maung ,Top Karen leader facing treason charge

By Aye Nai | 3 February 2012 | DVB 

A top Karen National Union leader appeared in court yesterday on charges of unlawful association and treason, only three weeks after the Burmese government agreed to a ceasefire with its long-time foe.

Mahn Nyein Maung was brought to a courtroom inside the compounds of Rangoon’s notorious Insein prison where hundreds of political prisoners have been tried over the years. If found guilty of treason, he faces a possible death sentence or life imprisonment.

His lawyer, Kyi Myint, said that judges yesterday heard two prosecution statements, including one from a police investigator. Both charges stem from his role in the KNU, which has been battling the Burmese government for more than six decades – originally the group was fighting for an independent state, although it now calls for a federalised Burma. Continue reading “Mahn Nyein Maung ,Top Karen leader facing treason charge”

WAR: Civilians supporting KIA threatened with death

Civilians supporting the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) and its allies in Northern Burma were threatened with death on June 21 by a Burmese battalion commander, said sources among local pro-government militia groups.

The chilling warning came from Lt-Col Soe Shwe Commander of Tamonye-based Infantry Battalion No. 290 when he met local militiamen from two groups— Mung Hkawm and Mung Baw in Mung Hkawm village in Muse district in Northern Shan State, said participants.

A local militiaman said the Burmese commander told the meeting that civilians supporting the KIA and its militia allies with meals, ration and military information will be punished with death without any warning.

It is highly unusual and the first time that a Burmese military officer has threatened local militia groups and civilians since the KIA signed a ceasefire agreement with the central Burmese government in 1994.

The KIA’s Brigade 4 is based in Loikang near Mungji and its five battalions— 2, 8, 9, 17 and 29 are based around Northern Shan State.

There are over ten militia groups in Northern Shan State close to the military-dominated Burmese government along with Chinese businessmen into illegal drug business. Almost all militia groups were formed with neighbouring Chinese citizens for illegal drug business.

Chinese militiamen loyal to the Burmese government are fleeing to the Chinese border town Manghai, opposite the Burmese border town of Mongkoe after the war erupted between the Burmese Army and KIA on June 9, said residents of Munggu (Mongkoe).

 

Now it is death verdict for so-called State secrets! What are the secrets? What are the consequences if leaked to media and the public?

State secrets in Burma are no secret for 2010 election
Dr. Tint Swe

Mizzima News – These days death sentences come from China and Burma. The coincidence is that both cases in two countries started in July 2009. All are against the rulers in power.

More or less every day, there are reports of peoples’ defiance in Burma. On Friday three more Burmese were added to the list. They are guilty of leaking State secrets to the media in exile. Retired Major Win Naing Kyaw, Thura Kyaw a.k.a. Aung Aung Ko and a commoner Go Byan Sein a.k.a. Ah See were arrested, tried and handed death sentence plus 20 years imprisonment, death sentence plus 15 years imprisonment and 15 years imprisonment respectively by Rangoon North District court sitting inside the Insein prison.

Those sentenced Burmese are active and retired government employees. Two of them are uniformed officers. It shows that military personnel and government employees continue opposing the rulers. Definitely there are more of such courageous people in service. One of them was the personal assistant to a former Lt. Genera who was killed in a mysterious helicopter crash in February 2001.

“State” is the favourite terminology of the regime and it stands for the regime. Whatever mandatory public work is done it is said to be the State’s contribution. For instance the expenditure for construction of a school is to say a gift by the “State”. So is all foreign assistance, which are handled, manipulated, siphoned and misused by the State as the people of Burma have no say at all. The same was applied with international aid for Cyclone Nargis which lashed Burma on May 2, 2008, resulting in catastrophic destruction and nearly 150,000 deaths. So the Head of the State deserves all the credit. Continue reading “Now it is death verdict for so-called State secrets! What are the secrets? What are the consequences if leaked to media and the public?”