新聞週報Weekly Diary, No. 363 (1 – 7 August 2009) Sein Win: The Movement for Democracy and Rights for Ethnic Nationalities (MDREN) will meet in the Indonesian capital, 12-13 August, to formalize the Proposal for National Reconciliation. “PM” Sein Win says the convention is “history being made” for the second time since 1947. (Mizzima) Weekly Diary, No. 363 (1 – 7 August 2009) Saturday, 08 August 2009 12:06 AUSTRALIANS DROP NUKE ON BURMA’S NUKE PROGRAM! MONS SPURN BGF! LICENSE TO RAPE RETURNS IN FORCE! WORLD AWAITS JUNTA’S SUU KYI VERSDICT! CartoonTips for the Senior General Think Piece Nobody has a more sacred obligation to obey the law than those who have made it.Sophocles (496-406 BC), Greek dramatist ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 西裝外套--------The World4 August 2009Two US journalists Laura Lung, 32, and Euna Lee, 36, return home, accompanied by former president Bill Clinton, who secured their release in a meeting with Kim Jong-il. They were arrested in March for allegedly crossing in the North from China. (Reuters) 5 August 2009The death toll in A (H1N1) flu pandemic rises to 1,154 reported deaths since the outbreak was uncovered in April, WHO website data shows. It has now reached 168 countries and territories. (Agencies)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------International Relations3 August 2009“PM” Sein Win The Movement for Democracy and Rights for Ethnic Nationalities (MDREN) will meet in the Indonesian capital, 12- 整合負債13 August, to formalize the Proposal for National Reconciliation. “PM” Sein Win says the convention is “history being made” for the second time since 1947. (Mizzima) 3 August 2009FM Nyan Win and his Sri Lankan counterpart Rohitha Bogallagama agree to increase cooperation on counter terrorism. (Mizzima) 5 August 2009Daryl Kimball, of the Arms Control Association, says although there have been no evidence of nuclear weapons quest, whatever it is the North Koreans are doing in Burma must be a priority for the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency), of which Burma is a member. (The Age) 6 August 2009US Senator Jim Webb will be traveling to Burma over the next two weeks, announces his office. (AFP) 7 August 2009Go Chok TongAung San Suu Kyi is 酒店兼職 “part of the problem” because she believes she is the government, says Go Chok Tong. If she wants to be part of the solution, “she has to offer some concessions, such as to publicly say that she would be in favor of the lifting of sanctions. (Channel News Asia, The Malaysian Insider, Irrawaddy)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thai-Burma Relations4 August 2009Thai-Burma bilateral trade hits $3.05 billion in the 2008-09 fiscal year:Export $ 2.655 billionImport $ 398.28 million(Xinhua)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Politics/ Inside Burma27 July – 1 August 2009New Mon State Party’s emergency meeting rejects proposal by Naypyitaw to transfor 太平洋房屋m into Border Guard Force. (BBC) 31 July 20096 of the 30 people detained yesterday released. (Mizzima) 4 August 2009Su Su Nway, who is serving a 12 year sentence in Kalemyo prison, placed in solitary confinement for 3 days after she sang a song composed by Min Ko Naing to mark Martyr’s Day, 19 July. (Irrawaddy) 5 August 2009Monks in Yenangyaung warned not to hold a ceremony to chant the Metta Sutta on the Full Moon Day which falls today. Traditionally today is known as the Metta Sutta Day to mark the Buddha’s discourse on loving-kindness. The monk-led 2007 protests featured the recitation of the Sutta. (Irrawaddy) 5 August 2009Three FM radio stations will go on air on 15 August, adding to 4 FM stations already in existence in Burma. It will be the first time stations not 小型辦公室fully owned by the government will be allowed to broadcast: Shwe FM will cover Pegu and Tenasserim Cherry FM will cover Shan State and Karenni Padamya FM will cover Magwe, Sagaing, Kachin and Chin (DVB) 7 August 2009Police chief Khin Yi says 15 dissidents were arrested on 2 July over a plot to carry out bombings during the UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon’s visit, 3-4 July. (Reuters) Aung San Suu Kyi’s trial2 August 2009Indonesian FM Hassan Wirajuda says he finds it odd that the guards at Suu Kyi’s house were not persecuted for their negligence. (Jakarta Globe) 3 August 2009Western diplomats say Suu Kyi will get 3 year sentence. Her sentence will then be commuted to house arrest because the junta wants to look good ahead of the UN General Assembly. (Irrawaddy) 5 August 2009Key nati 租屋網ons back UN chief’s appeal for the release of Aung San Suu Kyi and all political prisoners. (AP) 5 August 2009John Yettaw, 54, who was taken from Insein prison to Rangoon General Hospital after having a seizure, is recovering, says a hospital worker. (AFP) 7 August 2009Yettaw has 3 short epileptic fits today. (AP)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shans/ Shan State2 August 2009Nang Ing, a housewife working in a field in Tardmawk village tract, Laikha township, gang raped by LIB 514’s 4 soldiers, after her husband was detained and tied up. (SHAN) 3 August 2009Nang Hsoi, 29, of Mongkeung’s Hokhai village tract, falsely accused of being the wife of a Shan State Army (SSA) fighter, beheaded by Light Infantry Battalion 514. (SHAN)--------------------------------- 借錢-----------------------------------------------Economy/ Business1 August 2009The Kambaiti border trade zone in Sadone township, under the control of New Democratic Army Kachin (NDA-K), reopened after being closed for 7 long years. There are 4 border trade zones on the Sino-Burma border: Muse, Kambaiti, Laiza and Lweje. (Mizzima) 3 August 2009Christophe de Marqurie, CEO of Total, says Bangkok is clean now that it has switched from oil fuel to gas brought by Total to Thailand. Rights campaigners can therefore “go to hell.” (Newsweek/Irrawaddy) 7 August 2009Burma isn’t broke. It’s international reserves will rise to cover $ 5 billion-worth by the end of the year. (Sean Turnell/Wall Street Journal)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Human Rights6 August 2009Kuala Lumpur high cour 酒店經紀t sentence 6 Burmese immigrants to death for murdering Sadib Hsin on 26 June. The six will appeal. (Irrawaddy)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Environment3 August 2009Ka Hsaw Wa, co-founder of Earth Rights International (ERI), is one of the 6 Ramon Magsaysay Award winners for the year. (Reuters) 4 August 2009Shan Sapawa Environment Organization releases Roots and Resilience, a report on Keng Kham, a community of 3,000 that is struggling to survive in the flood zone of Tasang, the tallest dam planned for Southeast Asia in southern Shan State. (www.salweenwatch.org)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Drugs7 August 2009SHAN publishes Drug Watch 2009 report in print. (SHAN)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------W 酒店打工ar2 August 2009“Burma’s nuclear bomb alive and ticking,” a report by Desmond Ball and Phil Thornton, released by Bangkok Post today, says Burma’s clandestine operation is codenamed “UF6”, with the aim to have a bomb by 2014. Burma has 10 uranium mines, 2 uranium refineries and 2 nuclear reactor sites. Business tycoon Tay Za says the dream came because the junta was “aware that they cannot compete with Thailand with conventional weapons.” (Bangkok Post) 4 August 2009There is no evidence to show Burma has any nuclear ambitions, a highly placed Thai army source says. (Bangkok Post) 6 August 2009 Russian firm Victorious Glory is taking raw uranium from Tamarkkham, Phakant area, since 2007. (Kachin News Group)http://www.shanland.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2672:weekly-diary-no-363-1-7-august-2009-&catid=weekly-diary&Ite 禮服mid=271  .


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