Is the military council about to confiscate the belongings of the NLD party?

Is the military council about to confiscate the belongings of the NLD party?  The political party registration rule enacted by the Military Council at the end of January this year. Article 20 (a) states that if a party is voluntarily dissolved and the party is registered, but the Election Commission cancels the registration, the party's property must be surrendered to the state.  Therefore, political analysts are considering that the military council may confiscate the assets of the parties that do not register at the end of this month.  According to the Political Parties Registration Law enacted by the Military Council on January 26 this year, political parties must re-apply for party registration within 60 days after the law is enacted.  If you do not re-apply for party registration by the end of March, you will automatically be canceled as a political party.  According to U Ye Tun, a political analyst, the NLD party, which has a lot of assets, may suffer losses because the military council has stipulated that the assets of the deregistered parties will be confiscated by the state.  "If you don't re-register within the two months specified by the party registration law, it will automatically become void and you will have to hand over the things owned by the party name to the state. Therefore, if you don't re-register now, it will be a loss for parties like the NLD, which have a lot of party assets. I saw that the NLD and the NLD have built high-rise buildings for their headquarters in Yangon. I think those belong to the party. What about Mandalay? There is a feeling that money will be given."  As of March 20th, the military council has announced that the party has 32 parties after re-applying to the Election Commission for party registration. He said there are eight parties that will compete at the national level and 24 parties that will compete at the regional and state levels.  The military council announced that more than 30 parties that applied for re-registration are still being verified by the Election Commission. It has not been said that any party, including the Strong Development Party, has been approved for registration.  The National League for Democracy (NLD) party approved the decision not to return the military council's registration to the Election Commission from the second interim regular meeting of the Central Committee held on March 21.  U Kyaw Htwe, a member of the Central Working Committee of the National League for Democracy NLD Party, said that the NLD Party will not apply for registration and that the military council has illegally invaded and destroyed the party's property.  "Now, illegal invasion and destruction of party offices, The blasts did it. Party offices can't run anything. All offices are closed. As you know, party members are also being hunted and arrested. Whether it is recognized or not whether or not As long as there are people, we will survive. As we have announced, the party has not changed its attitude. Sakas is an organization that seized power illegally. Since he is an organization that violates existing laws, we will not recognize the laws issued by the organizations he formed. Not in cooperation."  A party may be dissolved at its own discretion. Article 20 (a) of the Political Parties Registration Rules of the Military Council stipulates that party belongings must be handed over to departments and organizations designated by the government, even if the registration is cancelled.  Section 27 states that the commission must publish the list of political parties that have been approved for registration and the list of parties that have been canceled from the registration list and that have been dissolved as political parties and must be published in the National Gazette.  In 2010, we experienced something like this. A lot depends on the reasoning of UEC. Even though the law has been enacted, I once experienced a situation where it was appropriate to keep it. This time, I don't know how it will come.  U Sai Laik, Secretary General of the Shan Ethnic League for Democracy, said that if the party is disbanded and its assets confiscated, the UEC's impartiality will be questioned.  "We experienced something like this in 2010. A lot depends on the reasoning of UEC. Even though the law has been enacted, I once experienced a situation where it was appropriate to keep it. This time, I don't know how it will come. We are not registered as a SNLD party, but the circumstances do not allow us to register. If we continue to take action as written, there will be many questions about the impartiality and rationality of the UEC. That's all we have to say. "  The SNLD party has decided not to re-register with the Election Commission of the Military Council.  U Sai Laik said that even if the assets were kept, there would be no big losses.  “There's not much. From the party headquarters, Many of them are just rented. We have never done business. To be clear, it's just entering the parliament. I was never involved in the administration. The person who will be donating to us also made a big donation. There is no huge loss because it has not been done. I don't see why there should be."  U Pe Than, a political analyst, noted that the provision that the party's assets must be surrendered if it voluntarily dissolves is unfair.  "Whether it is due to contact with an illegal association or conflict with a law, If this party is to be dissolved, the government has dissolved it. Either because he did not register the party by himself, If the registration is incomplete or if the party's deadline has passed, the party's belongings will be confiscated. I think this is unfair. Since the party is not registered, their property is their property. The money earned by the members of their party and the materials established until they are not a party by law. It's not illegal money."  According to the Political Parties Registration Act, the government of a foreign country, organization Money from an individual It has been said that if material support is obtained directly or indirectly, it will be canceled as a political party.  In addition, any party that has applied for registration is an organization that is armed against the military council. or organizations that are considered to be committing terrorist acts; I am involved with people, If you are in contact with organizations that have been declared as an illegal association, you will be disbanded from the party.  The Military Council Law states that political parties are not allowed to abuse religion as politics.  RFA phoned the Election Commission of the Military Council to find out about the state of re-registration of the parties and the subsequent situation regarding the assets of the parties that were not re-registered. I contacted them via email, but there was no response.  When contacting U Khin Maung Oo, a member of the Union Election Commission, he said that he has not been able to answer anything at the moment.      The future of the Rakhine State Liberation Party  Rakhine State Liberation Party ALP vice-chairwoman Daw Saw Mya Razalin has taken over the role of party chairman and is releasing mutual letters within the ALP party regarding the reorganization of the party.  The publications used the ALP party letterhead.  Party Secretary Khaing Kyaw Khaing said that Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin reorganized the party in her own way.  "He re-formed the party after declaring himself the party chairman, and people are confused. About 90 percent of the Central Committee did not return. I have issued a clear letter about that."  In addition, Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin has been accused of the arrest of Khaing Min Soe, the second military commander of the Rakhine Liberation Party, and two of his comrades.  ALP Party Judiciary Committee member Ashon Suk Thami, who issued the letter temporarily withdrawing Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin from her duties, said that she was acting at the will of the party's Central Committee members because she did not like what Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin was doing.   "He wrote to ask that General Khaing Myat Soe and his two comrades come to the airport to be arrested. He jailed a new party. That's a letter that Bong Bong doesn't recognize what he did."  Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin accepted that the ALP party publishing opposition under a single letterhead is a divided party and said that they are acting according to their wishes.  "You can say it's broken. We have formed a new ALP party so that we can go straight to where we want to go."  What is the attitude of the people of Rakhine towards the current happenings of the ALP party?  U Fe Than, a Rakhine national politician, said that the ALP party has disappeared from the hearts of the Rakhine people.  "Disagreements, taking positions, and compromises. In other words, the military council took advantage of their opportunities and their weaknesses. In the hearts of the Rakhine people, there is no more ALP party.  It was a summary of the happenings within the Rakhine State Liberation Party (ALP).

The political party registration rule enacted by the Military Council at the end of January this year. Article 20 (a) states that if a party is voluntarily dissolved and the party is registered, but the Election Commission cancels the registration, the party's property must be surrendered to the state.

Therefore, political analysts are considering that the military council may confiscate the assets of the parties that do not register at the end of this month.

According to the Political Parties Registration Law enacted by the Military Council on January 26 this year, political parties must re-apply for party registration within 60 days after the law is enacted.

If you do not re-apply for party registration by the end of March, you will automatically be canceled as a political party.

According to U Ye Tun, a political analyst, the NLD party, which has a lot of assets, may suffer losses because the military council has stipulated that the assets of the deregistered parties will be confiscated by the state.

"If you don't re-register within the two months specified by the party registration law, it will automatically become void and you will have to hand over the things owned by the party name to the state. Therefore, if you don't re-register now, it will be a loss for parties like the NLD, which have a lot of party assets. I saw that the NLD and the NLD have built high-rise buildings for their headquarters in Yangon. I think those belong to the party. What about Mandalay? There is a feeling that money will be given."

As of March 20th, the military council has announced that the party has 32 parties after re-applying to the Election Commission for party registration. He said there are eight parties that will compete at the national level and 24 parties that will compete at the regional and state levels.

The military council announced that more than 30 parties that applied for re-registration are still being verified by the Election Commission. It has not been said that any party, including the Strong Development Party, has been approved for registration.

The National League for Democracy (NLD) party approved the decision not to return the military council's registration to the Election Commission from the second interim regular meeting of the Central Committee held on March 21.

U Kyaw Htwe, a member of the Central Working Committee of the National League for Democracy NLD Party, said that the NLD Party will not apply for registration and that the military council has illegally invaded and destroyed the party's property.

"Now, illegal invasion and destruction of party offices, The blasts did it. Party offices can't run anything. All offices are closed. As you know, party members are also being hunted and arrested. Whether it is recognized or not whether or not As long as there are people, we will survive. As we have announced, the party has not changed its attitude. Sakas is an organization that seized power illegally. Since he is an organization that violates existing laws, we will not recognize the laws issued by the organizations he formed. Not in cooperation."

A party may be dissolved at its own discretion. Article 20 (a) of the Political Parties Registration Rules of the Military Council stipulates that party belongings must be handed over to departments and organizations designated by the government, even if the registration is cancelled.

Section 27 states that the commission must publish the list of political parties that have been approved for registration and the list of parties that have been canceled from the registration list and that have been dissolved as political parties and must be published in the National Gazette.

In 2010, we experienced something like this. A lot depends on the reasoning of UEC. Even though the law has been enacted, I once experienced a situation where it was appropriate to keep it. This time, I don't know how it will come.

U Sai Laik, Secretary General of the Shan Ethnic League for Democracy, said that if the party is disbanded and its assets confiscated, the UEC's impartiality will be questioned.

"We experienced something like this in 2010. A lot depends on the reasoning of UEC. Even though the law has been enacted, I once experienced a situation where it was appropriate to keep it. This time, I don't know how it will come. We are not registered as a SNLD party, but the circumstances do not allow us to register. If we continue to take action as written, there will be many questions about the impartiality and rationality of the UEC. That's all we have to say. "

The SNLD party has decided not to re-register with the Election Commission of the Military Council.

U Sai Laik said that even if the assets were kept, there would be no big losses.

“There's not much. From the party headquarters, Many of them are just rented. We have never done business. To be clear, it's just entering the parliament. I was never involved in the administration. The person who will be donating to us also made a big donation. There is no huge loss because it has not been done. I don't see why there should be."

U Pe Than, a political analyst, noted that the provision that the party's assets must be surrendered if it voluntarily dissolves is unfair.

"Whether it is due to contact with an illegal association or conflict with a law, If this party is to be dissolved, the government has dissolved it. Either because he did not register the party by himself, If the registration is incomplete or if the party's deadline has passed, the party's belongings will be confiscated. I think this is unfair. Since the party is not registered, their property is their property. The money earned by the members of their party and the materials established until they are not a party by law. It's not illegal money."

According to the Political Parties Registration Act, the government of a foreign country, organization Money from an individual It has been said that if material support is obtained directly or indirectly, it will be canceled as a political party.

In addition, any party that has applied for registration is an organization that is armed against the military council. or organizations that are considered to be committing terrorist acts; I am involved with people, If you are in contact with organizations that have been declared as an illegal association, you will be disbanded from the party.

The Military Council Law states that political parties are not allowed to abuse religion as politics.

RFA phoned the Election Commission of the Military Council to find out about the state of re-registration of the parties and the subsequent situation regarding the assets of the parties that were not re-registered. I contacted them via email, but there was no response.

When contacting U Khin Maung Oo, a member of the Union Election Commission, he said that he has not been able to answer anything at the moment.

The future of the Rakhine State Liberation Party

Rakhine State Liberation Party ALP vice-chairwoman Daw Saw Mya Razalin has taken over the role of party chairman and is releasing mutual letters within the ALP party regarding the reorganization of the party.

The publications used the ALP party letterhead.

Party Secretary Khaing Kyaw Khaing said that Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin reorganized the party in her own way.

"He re-formed the party after declaring himself the party chairman, and people are confused. About 90 percent of the Central Committee did not return. I have issued a clear letter about that."

In addition, Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin has been accused of the arrest of Khaing Min Soe, the second military commander of the Rakhine Liberation Party, and two of his comrades.

ALP Party Judiciary Committee member Ashon Suk Thami, who issued the letter temporarily withdrawing Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin from her duties, said that she was acting at the will of the party's Central Committee members because she did not like what Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin was doing.


"He wrote to ask that General Khaing Myat Soe and his two comrades come to the airport to be arrested. He jailed a new party. That's a letter that Bong Bong doesn't recognize what he did."

Daw Saw Mya Raza Lin accepted that the ALP party publishing opposition under a single letterhead is a divided party and said that they are acting according to their wishes.

"You can say it's broken. We have formed a new ALP party so that we can go straight to where we want to go."

What is the attitude of the people of Rakhine towards the current happenings of the ALP party?

U Fe Than, a Rakhine national politician, said that the ALP party has disappeared from the hearts of the Rakhine people.

"Disagreements, taking positions, and compromises. In other words, the military council took advantage of their opportunities and their weaknesses. In the hearts of the Rakhine people, there is no more ALP party.

It was a summary of the happenings within the Rakhine State Liberation Party (ALP).
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