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Showing posts with label Aung Kyaw Moe. Show all posts
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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Rohingya caught dangerously in the middle of Rakhine war

Frontier 
MYANMAR
November 30, 2022 

Myanmar’s most vulnerable minority group has been caught in the crossfire of a brutal conflict and say they are pressured to collaborate by both sides, pushing many to risk death or arrest to escape abroad.

When, in July, an informal ceasefire between the Myanmar military and Arakan Army broke down in Rakhine State after 20 months, fighting between the two groups spread to new battlegrounds. This includes the far northern township of Maungdaw, where the vulnerable Rohingya Muslim community form the majority.

“We have been suffering for a long time, but it is getting worse with fighting resuming,” said a 30-year-old Rohingya resident of Maungdaw Township. “We Rohingya people have been shot dead and arrested by both the military and the AA, but we have no right to make complaints to either side.”

 

Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Rohingya Unite to Launch Myanmar Rights Alliance

The Irrawaddy 
By Muktadir Rashid
22 November 2022 

Rohingya refugees attend mark the first anniversary of the 2017 military crackdown at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on August 25, 2018. / AFP
 

DHAKA — Several Rohingya organizations and activists have united to form a group to demand human rights in Myanmar.

The Arakan Rohingya National Alliance (ARNA) called for Rohingya unity and said the Muslim community was not secessionist.

It said the Rohingya wanted to be part of a future federal democratic Myanmar to uphold peaceful coexistence through unity in diversity.

The groups said it would work with the civilian National Unity Government (NUG) and United League of Arakan in Rakhine State to achieve full and effective equality and the right to self-determination, like other ethnic groups in Myanmar.

An online press conference on Sunday aimed to unite the global Rohingya diaspora and announce the alliance’s intent to achieve self-determination for the Rohingya in Myanmar.

Thursday, November 10, 2022

Why aid groups, and Rohingya themselves, should stop using the term ‘stateless’

The New Humanitarian
Conflict, Interview
BANGKOK
10 November 2022
Rohingya refugees hold placards at the Kutupalong camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, to mark the fifth anniversary of their flight from neighbouring Myanmar to escape a 2017 military crackdown, on 25 August 2022.
 
The use of the terms “stateless” or “statelessness” when referring to the Rohingya population is demotivating and inaccurate, says Aung Kyaw Moe, who serves as a human rights advisor to Myanmar’s National Unity Government – the civilian government-in-exile formed in the wake of the February 2021 military coup. He’s calling for aid organisations to stop using the nomenclature and for all Rohingya to admonish its use.

Sunday, September 4, 2022

ရိုဟင်ဂျာအရေးဦးဆောင် လှုပ်ရှားနေသူတစ်ဦး ဖြစ်သည့် ဦးအောင်ကျော်မိုးနှင့် တွေ့ဆုံမေးမြန်းခြင်း

The Arakan Express News
2022 September 4 

မြန်မာ့နိုင်ငံရေး၊ ရိုဟင်ဂျာအရေး၊ ရခိုင်ပြည်နယ်အတွင်း နိုင်ငံရေးနှင့် ဒေသတွင်း ရှေ့အလားအလာ အခြေအနေ များကို AEN သတင်းဌာနမှ မြန်မာဘာသာဖြစ် တိုက်ရိုက်မေးမြန်းထုတ်လွှင့်မည့် အစီအစဉ်အတွင်း လူ့အခွင့်အ ရေး နှင့် ရိုဟင်ဂျာအရေးဦးဆောင် လှုပ်ရှားနေသူတစ်ဦး ဖြစ်သည့် ဦးအောင်ကျော်မိုးကို "မေးချင်တာ လာမေးပါ။ မေးစရာရှိတာ မေးပါ။ မေးဖို့လိုတာတွေကို မေးပါ" မည်သူမဆို အောက်ဖော်ပြပါ လင့်ကနေတဆင့် မေးမြန်းလို သည့် မေးခွန်းအကြောင်းအရာများကို ပေးပို့ကာ တိုက်ရိုက်မေးမြန်းထုတ်လွှင့်မည့် အစီအစဉ်အတွင်း ကိုယ်တိုင် ကိုယ်ကျ ပါဝင်နိုင်ရန် စီစဉ်ထားပါသည်။

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The 2021 Military Coup in Myanmar and the Rohingya Outlook: Interview with Aung Kyaw Moe | Nazia Khan

Mainstream 
Mainstream, VOL 60 No 37 September 3, 2022

Myanmar, is a country of 54 million people and acts as a link between South and Southeast Asia. At the time of independence from Britain in 1948 a democratic government was in place. In 1962 a military coup brought rule of a military junta that lasted for decades. The military-junta rule faced opposition from pro-democracy activists which included Aung Sang Suu Kyi, the leader of the National League for Democracy (NLD). The 8888 Uprising and 2007 Saffron Revolution forced the military junta to adopt the 2008 Constitution through a referendum. Eventually, the military junta allowed an election in 2010 and also released Aung San Suu Kyi who had been kept under house arrest intermittently. The democratisation process also intensified the issue of the Rohingya ethnic community in the Rakhine State. The Rohingyas were not included in 135 ethnic groups recognized by the 1982 Citizenship Law and thus denied citizenship. Rohingya issue took a central place with the rise of extremist monks, Ashin Wirathu, and Bamar Buddhist extremist groups like the 969 Movement and Ma Ba Tha. Amidst this, the Aung San Suu Kyi-led NLD party won an overwhelming majority in the 2015 election in Myanmar. Being in a position of power, Suu Kyi failed to acknowledge the plight of Rohingya who fled the country as a result of military violence and ethnic cleansing in 2017 in the northern Rakhine State. She not only refused to recognize the term Rohingya but defended the Myanmar military junta in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against the case of Rohingya Genocide filed by the Republic of the Gambia. After winning the second election with a majority in 2020, the military junta carried out a coup in February 2021 against the Aung Sann Suu Kyi-led NLD government. Currently, Aung San Suu Kyi is jailed on the charges of election fraud and corruption. The citizens protested against the coup by the military, to which it retaliated with brute force. The deposed elected government responded by forming a Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw which created a government in exile known as National Unity Government (NUG). NUG also has an armed wing People’s Defense Forces to fight the military forces. Further, an all-inclusive platform known as, National Unity Consultative Council has been formed which includes the government in exile, civil society, activists and ethnic political parties of Myanmar to fight for restoring democracy in Myanmar.

Thursday, September 1, 2022

Aung San Suu Kyi shares responsibility for Rohingya’s misery

TheJakartaPost
Kornelius Purba (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta
Wed, August 31, 2022


Looking for safety: Scores of Rohingya refugees, including women and children, were stranded in the waters off Aceh on Dec. 27, 2021. (The Jakarta Post/Amnesty International Indonesia

In a recent discussion to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the genocidal acts against the Rohingya minority by Myanmar’s military, civil society groups and Myanmar’s government in exile, the National Unity Government (NUG) urged Indonesia and ASEAN to take tougher actions against the Myanmar junta for the safety of the Rohingya people.

Monday, July 25, 2022

ICJ တရားရုံးကြားနာပွဲအကြောင်း၊ ဆိုရှယ်မီဒီယာပေါ်မှာ ဖြစ်နေတဲ့ misinformation/discrimination အကြောင်း

Burme Human Rights Network
ဇူလိုင် ၂၅၊ ၂၀၂၂။ 


ICJ တရားရုံးကြားနာပွဲအကြောင်း၊ ဆိုရှယ်မီဒီယာပေါ်မှာ ဖြစ်နေတဲ့ misinformation / discrimination အကြောင်းတွေကိုဆွေနွေးထားတဲ့ ကိုအောင်ကျော်မိုး (NUG လူ့အခွင့်ရေးဝန်ကြီးဌာန - အကြံပေးအဖွဲ့ဝင်) နှင့် အင်တာဗျူး။

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