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Global Action for Burma (GAB) calls for Chinese Government co-operation of United Nations Security Council action on Burma
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23 Mar 2010

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Global Action for Burma (GAB) calls for Chinese Government co-operation of United Nations Security Council action on Burma

23 March 2010

Global action for Burma (GAB) calls for the world leaders to discuss Burma crisis at the United Nations Security Council in order to take practical action on Burma since Burma crisis is in its critical situation. The recent so-called electoral laws clearly show that ruling junta doesn’t have the will to see the national reconciliation in Burma.

Global action for Burma (GAB) strongly supports the United Kingdom Prime Minster Gordon Brown called for the urgent UN meeting. We express our appreciation over Mr Brown’s courageous timely action taken and we also take note that United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon requested the meeting of the Group of Friends of the Secretary-General on Myanmar [Burma] on March 25.

Our lives and rights are robbed by military regime for half the century and this is the time that UNSC must take action practically. World leaders should be aware that they cannot ignore the injustices in Burma but also they have the responsibly to protect the oppressed people since it is the duty of all the mankind.

Aung San Suu Kyi once said that “It is even appropriate or justified for the international community carries out the responsibility to intervene in the internal affairs of another country whose power are creating hell for the population. The international community as a whole should recognise that it has got responsibilities. It can’t ignore grave injustices that are going on within the borders of any particular country.”

We would like to call for world leaders to work collectively together to find the solution for Burma crisis and we would like to urge all the justice loving people around the world to call for United Nations Security Council to take practical action on Burma.

We would like to affirm here that Burma crisis is not the internal affair of one country but the affair of humanity and the affair of international community. We know that UN is there standing for facilitating cooperation in international law, international security, human rights, and the achieving of world peace and we want to express our perception that failure to take timely action on the perpetrators is tantamount to agree committing atrocities in Burma.

Global Action for Burma (GAB) earnestly calls for the Chinese government to:

• stop protecting criminal military regime in Burma
• not to use the VETO for the sake of 50 million people of Burma
• support the oppressed people of Burma in the name of humanity

Global Action for Burma (GAB) calls for the United Nations Security Council to:

• declare that it won’t recognize junta’s planned 2010 election and its results
• declare junta’s sham 2008 constitution as NULL and VOID
• declare that it will recognise Aung San Suu Kyi led CRPP1, as the legitimate Government of Burma if should “Interim Government” be formed mandated by 1990 general election

For more information regarding the Global Action for Burma (GAB) action on United Nations Security Council and Chinese government, please contact organizers on behalf of Global Action for Burma (GAB) to:

Ko Kyaw Zaw Wai (Canada)
Canadian Campaign for Free Burma (CCFB)
1-416-358-2318, zaw.w.kyaw@gmail.com

Ko Yin Aye (USA)
Free Burma Federation (FBF)
1-2407532397, yindbso@gmail.com

Ko Ko Aung (Japan)
Democratic Federation of Burma (DFB)
090-1506-2893, kokoaung_dfbjp@yahoo.com

Ko Kyaw Than (India)
All Burma Students League (ABSL)
0091-9810601506, dawnstar88@gmail.com

Ko Yin Htwe (Thailand)
Burma Political Prisoner Union (BPPU)
0066845755416, yinhtwe@gmail.com

Ko Tay Zar Tay (Denmark)
Aktionsgruppe for Demokratii Burma (ADB-dk)
004522838096, tayzar.tay@gmail.com

Ko Myo Thein (UK)
Burma democratic Concern (BDC)
00442084939137, myothein@bdcburma.org

1. CRPP, “The Committee Representing The People’s Parliament”, is formed on 16 September 1998 with the elected MPs of 1990 election including the MPs from the National League for Democracy (NLD) and from ethnics parties after the military junta ignored to recognize the 1990 election results. Because sovereign power lies with the people and because the people have freely made their choice in 1990 election, the CRPP was formed accordingly.

 
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