Tuesday, 10 July 2012

ျမင့္ေဆြ ကိုု ဒုုသမတ အျဖစ္ အဆိုု ျပဳ ထား

သေဘာထား ေသးသိမ္သူလိုု ့ နာမည္ထြက္ေနတဲ့ ျမင့္ေဆြကိုု ဒုုသမတအျဖစ္လ်ာထား။ 

ျမင့္ေဆြဟာ ေဒၚၾကိဳင္ၾကိဳင္တူလိုု ့နာမည္

ၾကီး။ ၂၀၀၇ သံဃာ ေတာ္ေတြကိုုသူ အဓိက ဦးေဆာင္နိမ္နင္းခဲ့သူ သံဃာသတ္

သူအျဖစ္တပ္ထဲမွာေတာင္  ရြံမုုန္းခံရသူျဖစ္။

ဦးေရႊမန္းကိုု သိသိ သာသာ  ေဂ်ာင္ထုုိးလာ။ 

ျမင့္ေဆြ တက္လာတာ ဦးသိန္းစိန္၊ေရႊမန္း

နဲ့ ေဒၚစု တိုု ့ပါ အေျခအေနမေကာင္း

ဟုုယူဆနိင္။ 

Myanmar army picks hardliner as new vice president

NAYPYIDAW - A retired Myanmar general, seen as a hardliner for close ties to the former junta and its deadly crackdown on 2007 monk-led rallies, has been nominated to be vice president, a military official said Tuesday.
Yangon chief minister Myint Swe was selected to replace another hardline army vice president by soldiers in Myanmar's parliament, who make up one quarter of the legislature, Brigadier General Wai Lin told reporters in the capital Naypyidaw.
"We believe that he can work more for the country," he said. The nominee will later be approved by MPs.
The move comes amid expectations of a cabinet reshuffle that observers hope could pave the way for more moderate figures to enter the quasi-civilian government, as Myanmar's parliament is transformed by the arrival of opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her party.
Myanmar state media announced a reshuffle of six deputy ministers late Monday, hours after Suu Kyi took her seat as an elected MP for the first time, but did not say whether or not the move was part of a wider reorganisation.
"I hope the new vice president will work for national reconciliation and the development of democracy," Suu Kyi said on Tuesday before Myint Swe's name was released.
The nomination of a new vice president follows the announcement last Wednesday that the previous incumbent Tin Aung Myint Oo, a renowned hardliner closely linked to former junta chief Than Shwe, had retired because of health reasons.
Despite also having close links to Myanmar's former strongman, Myint Swe is seen as a marginally more moderate figure than his predecessor.
The 61-year-old, who is an MP for the army-backed ruling party in Yangon, was seen as one of the junta's rising stars and raised eyebrows when he was passed over for a senior position in the new regime, which replaced outright military rule last year.
Made lieutenant general in 2006, Myint Swe was one of the military leaders involved in a brutal crackdown on monks during the "Saffron Revolution".
The 2007 protests began as small rallies against the rising cost of living but escalated into huge anti-government demonstrations that was quashed by security forces with the deaths of at least 31 people.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

MYINT SWE,

Your idea, style, practice and moral are exactly same as your FIRST HAND TEACHER, EVIL JUNTA,NE WIN who set up all the wrong systems for 50 years putting our country into the poorest in the world/committing uncountable criminals to the ciizens.

NE WIN, you are the evil famous teacher in Burmese History.

Because the lessons (you gave to ALL MILITARY GANGSTERS) is still keep burning our country
with great acceleration and momentum.

The moral of MYINT SWE can not washed out with 100 gallans of MILK to reform a good moral.

Anonymous said...

on the contrary, U Myint Swe is a good person according to DVB news.

Anonymous said...

MYINT SWE,
YOU BETTER SUCK THAN SHWE'S BACK SIDE.
THAN SHWE BETTER SUCK YOUR FIRST HAND TEACHER,JUNTA,NE WIN'S BACK SIDE.

THANK YOU