Waelone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, have been imprisoned in Myanmar since December 2017.
Waelone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, have been imprisoned in Myanmar since December 2017. "The European Union looks forward to the drop and immediate release of the charge against the two reporters who are persecuted for merely exerting their right to free speech and work, so that they can be reintegrated with their homes and restart their important work," said EU Minister of External Relations Federica Mogherini in a declaration.
In the last six centuries, Myanmar's population has suffered enormous hardship, which includes domestic conflicts, violent conflicts and huge catastrophes. Throughout the country, several hundred thousand refugees have been displaced from their houses and villages, many of them in neighboring Bangladesh. A new outbreak of force has occurred in the state of Rakhine since 25 August.
For more than six decade-long periods, Myanmar has seen domestic conflicts and violent conflicts, with the displacement of tens of thousands out of their houses and towns. This means that many households are living in horrible transitory circumstances. In the last 10 years, Myanmar has seen three major hurricanes, two quakes, severe floods and fatal mudslides.
It is often those who live in remote countryside that are most affected by these catastrophes. Many have had their lands either tarnished or ruined, which has shattered the basis of their lives, while hundreds of thousand have been driven out of their houses.
It is a first effort to compile the basic Myanmar information for the SDG. The movie follows the travels of 6 Myanmar administrative staff. Municipalities are connected to the municipal authorities by means of community tract/ward admins. Approximately 17,000 parts of the town and stations in the state.
Only 41 out of 16785 votes (0. 24 per cent of the overall number) were won by females in the 2012 district and local elections. The number of mothers in the district and town administrations in 2016 rose to 88, with the number of females occupying 0.5% of the seat.