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Titel:Voices of the people: "Theme: "These are Burma's votes for transformation, exceptional tales of Burmese lives from all areas of the world. They are outrageous tales of unbelievable resistance and bravery, the voice of hopes and the dream of decade-long repression.
Please help us to disseminate these messages all over the world! "Tales and parts of Karen, Karenni, Shan, Kachin, Chin, Rakhine, Mon, Palaung, Pa-O, Nagas and other nationalities. Descriptive/Topic:".... it seems to us that many commentators and even politicians seem to be underestimating how much what is happening in these assemblies today will determine the futures of Myanmar's institutional and policy.
In order for the final outcome of the present process and the peacemaking process to be federation (two completely separated processes), it will not appear out of nowhere over night, but will build on the foundation of the present institutional structures which are of logical relevance to federalism: the fourteen municipal assemblies and government.
That is a communiqué we wish to send out to ethical organisations, especially those with arms: ignore the current policy at your own peril. The federalism is not a railway that has not yet left the railway yard. It is a running railway that they have to use sometime.
Conversely, the opposite could be sent out to those participating in Myanmar's "mainstream" process: the federalist move is far from being in full swing and does not yet have all those in it. It is in this spirit that what is going on in Myanmar's grassroots assemblies is not just about the present, but also about the country's prospects, but it is in a framework that will inevitably develop strongly if Myanmar is ever to be organised along the model of a state?
Descriptive/Topic: "As Myanmar's new regime begins to define its policy of reforms, the greatest need is probably good leadership. The centralised army regime has been in power for many years, and the challenge for the state is twofold: to ease the influence of the army on civil service and to encourage governments to be more responsible and provide better welfare benefits.
Wherever the legacy of the Myanmar regime overlaps most with the hope of transformation, it is the primary form of government, namely the primary publicsector of Myanmar's counties and townships...." Descriptive/Topic: "This document focuses on the issues of contemporary Burma that are of interest to the toponymist: contemporary Burma's past, human beings, languages and geographic designations. It is composed of a multitude of materials from a multitude of resources, all of which are included in the Burma Code of Conduct "PCGN BurmaCountryFile".