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Criminal charges against peaceful anti-war protesters dropped

The Myanmar government should immediately dismiss the indictment of nine people defending humans who organised friendly demonstrations urging Myanmar's army to protect and secure the civilian movements captured by Kachin state conflicts, Fortify Right said today. At least four demonstrations have taken place in four towns across Myanmar since May 6.

Further demonstrations are scheduled for this week-end in Yangon. Nine people defending people accused of defending humans face up to three month imprisonment and/or a penalty of 30,000 Myanmar Kyat (approximately $22) for not informing them of the protest plans that violate Section 19 of the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Act.

Mr Myo Thu Htut, 38, Mr Myitta Oo, 45, Mr Kaung Htet Kyaw, 23, Mr Zeya, 19, Mr Ye Aung Aye, 23, Mr Myo Saw, 25, Mr Aung Hmine San, 42, Mr Soe Moe, 46, and Mr Poet Kalint, 47. At the moment Aung Hmine San, Soe Moe and Poet Kalint are imprisoned in the Obo Prison.

Myo Thu Htut and Myitta Oo were detained and indicted during a series of peace protest rallies on May 6 in the community of Aung Lan, Magway Region. On the following morning, May 7, Kaung Htet, Zeya, Ye Aung Aye and Myo Saw were indicted after friendly protest on May 6 in Kyauktada, Yangon.

Thein Naing of Chan Aye Tharzan, Mandalay, Aung Hmine San, Soe Moe and Poet Kalint Township on May 9, after a friendly meeting of more than 40 demonstrators, was detained in Mandalay on May 6. On May 10, the Chan Aye Tharzan Township Court condemned the poet Kalint to one months imprisonment in Obo for alleged violation of Section 19 of the peace-ful Assembly and peace-fulfilling procession.

On May 18, Aung Hmine San and Soe Moe are to appear in trial. As well as the nine people defending humans now being indicted, on 9 May the Myitkyina Township Courts sentenced three other people defending humans - Mr Lum Zawng, 29, Ms Sut Seng Htoi, 24, and Mr Labang Awng Mai, 25 under Section 19 of the peacefull assembly and peacefull procession law after a friendly meeting of several hundred demonstrators on 3 and 4 May in Myitkyina Township, Kachin State.

Everyone was fined 30,000 Myanmar Kyat (about 22 US$). The organisers were planning a walk of an approximate 500 demonstrators from Tamwe Township to Sule Pagoda in Yangon on 12 May. But on May 10, after having received information from the organisers of the suggested walk on May 9, Tamwe Township Police Officer Hla Phone Kyaw informed the organisers that the walk could not continue due to safety issues and the danger of disrupting transport in the area.

Aung Soe Moe, Yangon Region's security and border minister, passed a policy on 7 November 2017 prohibiting tranquil gatherings in 11 Yangon townships because of the potential for "public anger and fear". In accordance with United Nations Framework Convention on Contradictions and the United Nations Convention on Contradictions and Prohibitions, the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the Protection of Individuals and Fundamental Freedoms provides that states are obliged to safeguard the right to free association and peace.

Nations may limit the number of non-violent meetings only if limitations are provided for by statute, proportionate and necessary to achieve a legitimate one. Penal sanctions for non-violent protest that provisionally blocks entry to a private house or street are regarded as unreasonable under relevant laws. Myanmar's" Myanmar peacefull Assembly and Peacefull Procession Law" violates popular right by permitting the policemen to dispel a meeting for non-announcement and to give the administration scrutiny over the "issue" of the meeting and "slogans".

The Myanmar Act also allows those who organize or participate in a non-violent gathering to be prosecuted in violation of internationally proclaimed as such. Myanmar's government should change the Act on the Armed Meeting and the Armed Procession to align it with internationally accepted norms and make sure it safeguards the right to assemble and express peacefully, Fortify said Right.

Escalating clashes between Myanmar's Myanmar Army and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) - an ethnically based group - in the suburb of Kamai and the Tanai community have evicted an estimated 6,800 civilians from Kachin state since early April. The Joint Strategy Team - a alliance of nine Kachin groups from civic circles - announced on May 8 that Myanmar's army had permitted the removal of some of the civilian population, but tens of millions remained imprisoned in areas of war.

Since the resumption of hostilities in June 2011, the Myanmar Army and the KIA have driven out more than 100,000 people. Myanmar's armed forces are said to have refused the relief groups humanitarian assistance for several months in the suburb of Kamai and the Tanai Vt.

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