Sunday, February 21, 2010

Online petition - Implement 1990 Elections Result in Burma

တာခ်ီလိတ္ျမိဳ႕နယ္ ၀မ္ပံုရြာတြင္ ရဲမ်ား တိုက္ခိုက္သတ္ျဖတ္ခံရျခင္း

တာခ်ီလိတ္ျမိဳ႕နယ္ ၀မ္ပံုရြာတြင္ ရဲမ်ား တိုက္ခိုက္သတ္ျဖတ္ခံရျခင္း

တာခ်ီလိတ္ျမိဳ႔နယ္ ေရႊၾတိဂံေဒသ မိုင္ဖုန္းအုပ္စုရွိ ၀မ္ပံုရြာတြင္ အေျခခ်သည့္ ရဲစခန္းမွာ စခန္းမွဴးအပါအ၀င္ ရဲ၀န္ထမ္း ၁၂ ေယာက္နွင့္ ေဒသခံျပည္သူ႔စစ္ ႏွစ္ေယာက္၊ စက္ေလွေမာင္းသူ တစ္ဦး စုစုေပါင္း ၁၅ ေယာက္အဖြဲ႔သည္ ေဖေဖာ္၀ါရီလ ၂၀ ရက္ေန႔ ေနလည္ ၂ နာရီခန္႔တြင္ မဲေခါင္ျမစ္အတြင္းတြင္ ရက္စက္စြာ ပစ္ခတ္သတ္ျဖတ္ျခင္းခံ ခဲ့ရေၾကာင္းသိရပါသည္။ ေတြ႔ရွိရသည့္ အေလာင္းမ်ားကို တာခ်ီလိတ္ျမိဳ႕သို႔သယ္ယူလာျပီး ျမိဳ႕အတြင္းနာေရးကူညီေနသည့္ ရွမ္းဘုန္းေတာ္ၾကီးေက်ာင္း ျဖစ္သည့္ မဟာမုနိဘုရားၾကီးေက်ာင္း(မကာဟိုခင္းရပ္) တြင္ ထားရွိသည္။ ၂၁ ရက္ေန႔တြင္ အေလာင္း ၆ ေလာင္းရွိျပီး က်န္တာေပ်ာက္ဆံုးေနေၾကာင္းသိရသည္။ ေဆး႐ုံတြင္ အတြင္းလူနား နွစ္ဦးရွိေနေၾကာင္း အေျခေနမေကာင္းေၾကာင္း ေဒသခံမ်ားေျပာေနၾကသည္။ အခင္းျဖစ္ပံုကို တိတိက်က် မသိရေသးပါ၊ အမ်ားဟိုတစ္စဒီတစ္စေျပာေနၾကတာေတာ့၊ မူးယစ္ေဆး သြားဖမ္းရင္း တစ္ဘက္မွာ အင္အားမ်ားမ်ားျဖင့္ ျပန္လည္လက္တုန႔္ျပန္ရာမွာ အားလံုးက်ကုန္ေၾကာင္း၊ တခ်ိဳ႔ကေတာ့ အၾကံဖန္သြားလုပ္ရင္း တစ္ဘက္က အညိုးနဲ႔ အကြက္က်က် တိုက္ခိုက္ေၾကာင္း၊ တခ်ိဳ႕ကေတာ့ ေငြေတာင္းတာလြန္လြန္းလို႔ သည္းမခံႏိုင္ေတာ့လို႔ လက္တုန္႔ျပန္ေၾကာင္း အမ်ဳိးမ်ဳိးထင္ေၾကးေပးေနၾကေၾကာင္းပါ။ တာခ်ီလိတ္ျမိဳ႕နယ္ရွိ ေရႊၾတိဂံ ေဒသ မုိင္းဖုန္းလမ္းသည္ ျပည္တြင္းသို႔ တရားမ၀င္ကားမ်ား ကို အာဏာပိုင္မ်ားႏွင့္ အေပးအယူလုပ္သြင္းရာလမ္း၊ ေဒသတြင္း မူးယစ္ေဆး သြားရာလမ္း၊ လူေမွာင္ခိုနည္းျဖင့္ ထိုင္းကို ၀င္ရာလမ္းအျဖစ္ ေဒသတြင္းမွာ ထင္ရွားပါသည္။ ယခုလို ျဖစ္စဥ္မ်ဳိး ၂၀၀၈ ခုတြင္လည္း ျဖစ္ခဲ့ဖူးပါသည္။



အထက္ပါပံုမ်ားသည္ ၂၁ ရက္ေန႔ ေန႔လည္ တြင္ ဘုန္းေတာ္ၾကီးေက်ာင္းတြင္း ဇရပ္တြင္ ထားရွိသည့္ ရဲအေလာင္းမ်ားျဖစ္သည္။

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http://phithuatwi.blogspot.com/2010/02/blog-post.html


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ျမန္မာႏုိင္ငံလံုးဆုိင္ရာေက်ာင္းသားမ်ားဒီမုိကရက္တစ္တပ္ဦး(ေက်ာင္းသားတပ္မေတာ္)တြင္တာ၀န္ထမ္းေဆာင္ရင္း၁၉၈၈ မွ ၂၀၀၈ ခုႏွစ္ ၾသဂုတ္လ ၃၁ ရက္ေန႔အထိ
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Wounded

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Death

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Former Burmese drug informant ( Kyaw Myint )stalls insider trading case

Former Burmese drug informant stalls insider trading case


BY DAVID BAINES, VANCOUVER SUNFEBRUARY 20, 2010 2:11 AM

A B.C. Securities Commission hearing into a former Burmese drug informant accused of illegal insider trading is on hold until B.C. Court of Appeal rules on a disclosure matter.

In April 2009, the commission issued a notice of hearing alleging that Michael Kyaw Myint Hua Hu bought nearly $900,000 worth of shares in Calgary-based Maple Leaf Reforestation Inc. in 2007 with the benefit of undisclosed inside information. A hearing was set for October.

Before the hearing, Hu complained that BCSC enforcement staff had not provided full disclosure of all material relevant to the case. However, a commission panel ruled that staff had provided adequate disclosure and ordered the hearing to proceed.

Hu appealed and won. B.C. Court of Appeal ordered the commission to adjourn the insider trading case until it has a chance to consider the disclosure issue. That matter is still pending.

Hu claims he was a commander in the Burmese Communist army during the late 1980s. He says he initially fought against insurgent groups, then switched sides and fought against the Communist party.

Hu says he helped broker a ceasefire in 1993, then established a company called Kyone Yeom Co. Ltd., which was involved in mining, forestry and border trade with China.

He says he later had a falling out with the Burmese government and was thrown in jail. He escaped, fled to Thailand, then moved to the United States and eventually Canada.

AsiaWeek tells a more sinister story. It reported in 1997 the ceasefire agreements gave insurgent groups the right to keep their weapons, administer their respective areas and conduct business.

It alleged that one of those insurgent groups was the United Wa State Army which "evolved into what the U.S. State Department described as the world's largest armed narcotics trafficking organization." It further alleged that the army used the Kyone Yeom company -- with Hu at its helm -- to launder the proceeds.

Hu dismisses these allegations as "false information," but acknowledges he had extensive knowledge of drug trafficking in Burma, and after escaping from prison, he worked as an informant for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency. In return, the DEA helped him obtain political asylum in the United States and then Canada.

In 2004, Hu moved to Vancouver and set up a company called NAH Development Group Inc. According to its website, this company has businesses throughout the world "in industries like property development, financial and asset management, environmental products, forestry, energy and mineral, biological products, and various other development projects." No details are provided.

Securities records show Hu served as chairman of Maple Leaf Reforestation, listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, during 2007. According to the BCSC notice of hearing, he bought $861,445 worth of shares at an average price of $1 just before the firm announced a tentative deal to build a biodiesel production plant in China. After the deal was announced, the stock jumped to $1.60.

The notice also alleges Hu bought the shares through another person's online trading account, and when he was compelled to answer questions under oath, he "made false or misleading statements, including that he did not know the account holder."

Hu was also a key player in Future Canada China Environment Ltd., a controversial company that trades on the OTC Bulletin Board in the U.S.

In October 2008, Future Canada announced a tentative deal to merge with a Chinese horticulture company that purportedly had 680 employees and $41 million US in assets. The stock rocketed to $28.50 US, giving the company a total stock market value of $1.1 billion US.

In January 2009, the SEC issued a temporary cease-trade order, noting "questions have arisen concerning recent trading activity in the company's stock [and] the accuracy and adequacy of publicly available information regarding its potential acquisition."

The cease-trade order has expired, but the stock hasn't traded since.

Htun Aung Gyaw, a Burmese national who now lives in Ithica, N.Y., told me this week that Hu persuaded him to buy $52,000 worth of Future Canada stock when it was at its peak. On Thursday, he met with Hu in an attempt to get his money back, but he said Hu claimed he was no longer associated with the company.

(In July 2009, Future Canada reported Hu had sold his control block of 20.8 million shares to one of the company's officers, Kin Bun Kwong, for a mere $500. Kwong is one of Hu's former associates at Maple Leaf.)

A Chinese woman who invested in NAH Development at Hu's urging is also trying to get her money back.

In a lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme Court, Ti Jun Li claims Hu promised that, if she invested $800,000 in NAH, he would return $7.5 million by Dec. 30, 2008. She alleges that Hu claimed to have a PhD in business from Harvard University and to have been involved in various charitable organizations through the United Nations. She said he also showed her pictures of him attending functions with Chinese government officials.

"The fact he appeared to have ties with China convinced me of his credentials. I now believe those representations were false," she said in court documents. She says she advanced $597,985, but by Hu's own admission, the investment did not work out. She recovered $144,000, leaving $453,985 owing.

The plaintiff obtained an injunction preventing Hu and his company from disposing of any assets until the case is heard.

"Without trespassing on the role of the trial court, it must be said that there are a number of things about that series of transactions that raise significant questions," Judge Mark McEwan said in his ruling.

"There is a real possibility that the plaintiff was offered inducements that amounted to misrepresentations, or fraudulent misrepresentation."

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