30th Anniversary of National League for Democracy marked in Yangon

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NLD central executive committee secretariat member U Nyan Win delivers the opening speech at the ceremony to mark the 30th Anniversary of the National League for Democracy . Photo: Zaw Gyi

The 30th Anniversary of the founding of the National League for Democracy was held at the headquarters of the National League for Democracy, Bahan Township, in Yangon at 10am yesterday.
During the ceremony, the Flag of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar was saluted, followed by an observance of eight seconds of silence as a memory to the fallen General Aung San and Arzarni (martyr) leaders, and monks, students and others who fell in the various Democracy Uprisings.
U Nyan Win, central executive committee secretariat member of the National League for Democracy, remarked, “We need to evaluate the current situation of the country with dignity and poise and come together with collective strength in finding ways to practically implement fundamental changes and transitions. We have leadership capability as seen in the processes and experiences that we’ve gone through bravely. All of the challenges should be met with responsibility than fear. The value of greatness is responsibility.”
Then, U Thein Oo, central executive committee member of the National League for Democracy, read a statement regarding the 30th Anniversary of the founding of the National League for Democracy, and put on record messages sent to the ceremony.
U Tin Oo, patron of the National League for Democracy, member of chairmen group U Ohn Kyaing, members of central executive committee, Yangon Region Chief Minister U Phyo Min Thein, Yangon Region
Hluttaw Speaker U Tin
Maung Tun and Yangon Region Hluttaw Deputy Speaker U Lin Naing Myint, regional ministers, Hluttaw representatives, veteran politicians, diplomats, responsible officials from other political parties, members of National League for Democracy and invited guests were presented at the ceremony.
It was reported that the National League for Democracy issued a six-point statement at yesterday’s ceremony.

Zaw Gyi

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