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Bangkok post (22/5/98) news (r)

Re: NLD plans meet
Congradulations NLD!!

It's been eight years since people of Burma voted for NLD on 27 May 
1990. The world is a different place now. See what is happening in 

It's about time NLD starts puttting real pressure on SPDC for a real 
negotiation if they really love peace. Give them the ultimatum, now. No 
point in wating for an open arm policy from this regime.

The truth is, Burmese people have suffered very long and if let to 
continue the way it is now the situation can get worse than in 

Minn Kyaw Minn

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>News headlines
>1:) NLD plans meet
>2) Two border passes shut temporarily
>NLD plans meet
>Rangoon- Burma's opposition National League for Democracy plans a 
>to mark the eighth anniversary of its 1990 landslide election that was
>annulled by the ruling military, party sources said yesterday.
>Two borders pass shut temporarily
>Mae Hong Son- Two borders passes in Mae Sariang and Khun Yuam districts
>have been temporarily closed since the middle of this month under the 
>of Burmese authorities in Kayah state.
>	A Thai border official said the governor of Loikaw province in Kayah 
>had ordered all Burmese military units based in border areas opposite 
>Hong Son to forbid any Thai or Burmese people from travelling through 
>SaoHin Pass in Tambon Mae Khong of Mae Sariang, and through Huay Ton 
>Pass in Tambon Mae Ngao of Khun Yuam as of May 14 for unknown reasons.
>	According to the source, more than 500 Burmese had escaped to Thailand 
>Ban Pha Khae Pass in Khun Yuam since then. 
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