Aung San Suu Kyi's life in Burma
Aung San Suu Kyi's great new life is based on previously unused testimonies and new disclosures to tell the tale of a young lady whose courage and resolve have cast a spell over audiences around the planet. Today she has been one of the world's greatest representatives of non-violent resistance since Mahatma Gandhi and received the Nobel Peace Prize only four years after her first experiences in this area.
Suu Kyi was released in November 2010, after holding cheating ballots in which she did not play a role.
THANDANDANDAUNG thandandandaung TOWTSHIP; SAN STATE: Beijing Civic Province; Mandalay region: The Pyinmana Vltava Civilization. Lahvi and north-west Dimawso Townships. Northwestern Kayah State: Southern Pekon (Kayan Kahwi dialect); Northwestern Kayah State: imawso area ("Kayan Kangan dialect"). Pekon Kayan Kahwi, Kayan Kangan (Yeinbaw, Yinbaw). The majority seem to know the Pekon (Prestige) accent. Alphabetization ratio in L1: 20%.
Alphabetization rates in L2: 40% in Burma[mya]; 10% in Sgaw Karen[ksw]. Alphabetization courses in some municipalities.
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The Kayan Karen is a Karen tongue of Burma known as Padaung or Padaung Karen. In Shintani (2016), one of the Kayan langauges of the Kakhaung sub-group is named Langki (sometimes also Langki). It'?s only talked in one town. Padaung (Kayan) is listed as:
"Kayan". Macro-Planck-Institute for the Science of Human History. 2016. Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA). Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA). Provisional phoneology of Dimawso Kayan, Myanmar. Descriptive grammar by Kayah Monu. Master Dissertation, Payap University. Grammar by Kayan Lahta.
Master Dissertation, Payap University.
Are there really hopes for ethnical nominees?
In view of the flagrant prejudice of the public administration and the Union Electoral Commission against the Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP), the results of the election are already widely known. Both the USDP and the National Unity Party are the major competitors in most electoral districts, which are hardly challenged by the National Democratic Force and other political groups.
So what about ethnical political groups? A number of the optimistic voices are predicting that there is great opportunity for political groups in their territories, as people's ethnical trends lead them to cast their votes for their fellow citizens. There are 123 and 84 electoral districts for the People's and 257 for the assemblies of seven states with minority nationalities.
Twenty two ethnical political groups from a combined 37 political groups will apply for these 464 offices and some areas in the areas where the ethnical population lives. Ethnicity's biggest political group is the Shan Nationalities Democratic Partys ( "SNDP"), which will run in 157 electoral districts, mainly in Shan State and its bordering areas in Kachin and Kayah States.
In all, there are 176 seatings for the Shan state with 55 and 12 seatings respectively for the People's and the Nationalparlament and 109 seatings for the Landtag. Hopes that SNDP will also gain in Shan state are still weak in view of the USDP-Hegemonia. In the Shan state, the second biggest ethnical group is the Taang (Palaung) National Partys, which will fight for the national and regional assemblies in six cities.
Both " Wa " have only two cities in which they can deploy their nominees, as four of them have been designated "areas without an election" by the Wa self-government. "The United Wa State Army has already rejected applications from both sides to fight in areas under their command.
Others, such as the Kokang Democracy and Unity Partys, Pa-O National Organization, Inn National Development Partys, Lahu National Development Partys and Kayan National Partys, will also use their fortresses. There are other small ethnical groups in Shan state such as Danu, Taungyo, Gurkha and Kachin who have no representative group.
They' re minorities in Shan state, and they generally see the Shan as the Shan see the Burmese. Kachin is the second biggest state with 70 seat for all the parliament. Unfortunately, the Kachin State Progressive Parties were not permitted to establish themselves as such. Kachin State Unity and Democracy will take its place as the only ethnical group in Kachin State.
Consequently, no ethnical political group really represents Kachin and other tribes in Kachin state. Rakhine Nationals Progressive Partie is the biggest ethnical political group, with 45 members in local and central government assemblies. The number of nominees from other political groups such as Rakhine State and Kaman Progressive Forces of Myanmar, Mro, Khami and Khami are not significant.
It has 45 seatings for all the assemblies in Mon State, which is the 4th biggest with only one Ethnical Democracy All Mon Region Parties (AMRDP). It will fight for 25 offices in the state of Mon and Karen. Small states such as Chin, Karen and Kayah (Karenni) have 39, 36 and 34 electoral districts respectively for the People' s Parliament, the national states and the regions.
The Chin Progressive Party (CPP) is relatively large among the ethnical groups in Chin State and has 39 nominees in the Chin State and the Sagaing region. Most of the CPP leadership are pensioned officials with no policy backgrounds similar to those of the All Mon Region Democracy Party nominees.
A further Chin political group, the Chin National Partys, also presented 23 nominees for various parliament. Third ethnical political group in Chin State is the National Development ethnical group representing the Mara of the Chin clan living in the Thantlang, Matupi and Paletwa communities. Chinese citizens consist of about 50 small ethnical groups with a total of 1.5 million inhabitants.
The Karen will be represented by three Karen ethnical parties, the Karen People's Party (KPP), the Phalon Sawaw Democratic Party and the Kayin State Democracy and Development Party.