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Toe Kyaw Hlaing, a former student leader, member of the NLD and the 88 Generation Students was first detained in 1989 during the mass uprising. In 1990 he was sentenced to 3 years in prison. During the 1996 student uprising he was jailed once again. In August 2007 he lead student protests with his colleagues but was forced into hiding when the military clamped down. He continues to actively work in Burma's pro-democracy movement in Rangoon.
Htay Kywe, prominent student leader during the 1988 uprising and leader of the 88 Generation Students was first arrested in 1991 during peaceful demonstrations celebrating Aung San Suu Kyi's award of the Nobel Peace Prize. He was released in 2004, 3 years after his sentence had expired. He helped found the 88 Generation Students in 2005 and in 2007 was arrested whilst in hiding after he had lead peaceful protests through the streets of Rangoon. He is serving a 65 years sentence in Buthidaung prison.
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Toe Kyaw Hlaing, a former student leader, member of the NLD and the 88 Generation Students was first detained in 1989 during the mass uprising. In 1990 he was sentenced to 3 years in prison. During the 1996 student uprising he was jailed once again. In August 2007 he lead student protests with his colleagues but was forced into hiding when the military clamped down. He continues to actively work in Burma's pro-democracy movement in Rangoon.<br />
Htay Kywe, prominent student leader during the 1988 uprising and leader of the 88 Generation Students was first arrested in 1991 during peaceful demonstrations celebrating Aung San Suu Kyi's award of the Nobel Peace Prize. He was released in 2004, 3 years after his sentence had expired. He helped found the 88 Generation Students in 2005 and in 2007 was arrested whilst in hiding after he had lead peaceful protests through the streets of Rangoon. He is serving a 65 years sentence in Buthidaung prison.