Thursday, April 1, 2010

Arakan League for Democracy( ALD )

The Brief history
Arakan League for Democracy (ALD) is a party representing Arakanese people that received overwhelming support of Arakanese people in the 1990 election. ALD was the third most seats winner in Burma and the most seats winner in Arakan state. ALD was deregistered unlawfully when it opposed notification (1/90) of then State Law and Order Restoration Council. As a result, party’s leaders went into exile in order to continue to carry out responsibilities assigned by Arakanese people with firm dedication and formed the Arakan League for Democracy (in exile) in 1994 at Harabun of Bangladesh. ALD has formed its branches in Bangladesh, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, Japan and a liaison office in Netherlands. Under the guidance of party’s policy and that of leaders, Youth Wing of ALD (in exile) Thailand was successfully formed at a meeting held from December 30 to 31 of 2001. A meeting was held on January 20, 2004 to thoroughly evaluate and assess the activities of Youth Wing of ALD in the past years and stamped out below aims and objectives for newly reorganized executive committee.

Aims and Objectives
1) To help implement aims and objectives of its mother party ALD
2) To raise and produce highly qualified leaders for future Arakan
3) To forge a friendly and close cooperation with all other youth groups
4) To promote further unity and mutual help awareness among Arakanese expatriates

Executive Committee
1) Khaing Myo Khant In charge
2) Hla Htay Associate In charge (1)
3) Khaing Saw Tun Associate In charge (2)
4) Khaing Swe Thant Member
5) Aung Ne Oo Member
6) Nyi Nyi Htwe Member
7) Khaing Min Nyein Member

Executive Committee
Arakan League for Democracy (in exile, Youth Wing ) Thailand

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