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Zaw Moe Myint, was arrested during student demonstrations in August 1998 when the NLD called for dialogue and the convening of parliament. He was sentenced to 7 years in jail. He spent 4 years in Insein and Myaungmya prisons. He fled Burma and now lives in Umpiem Mai refugee camp on the Thai-Burma border awaiting resettlement.
Nay Lin Soe, a member of NLD Youth, was first arrested in 1989 and sentenced to 5 years for his role in the mass uprising. He was arrested again in 1998 during student lead protest and sentenced to 14 years in prison but was released under amnesty in 2005. In July 2009, during the trial of Aung San Suu Kyi he was arrested again and is currently detained in Insein prison.
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Zaw Moe Myint, was arrested during student demonstrations in August 1998 when the NLD called for dialogue and the convening of parliament. He was sentenced to 7 years in jail. He spent 4 years in Insein and Myaungmya prisons. He fled Burma and now lives in Umpiem Mai refugee camp on the Thai-Burma border awaiting resettlement.<br />
Nay Lin Soe, a member of NLD Youth, was first arrested in 1989 and sentenced to 5 years for his role in the mass uprising. He was arrested again in 1998 during student lead protest and sentenced to 14 years in prison but was released under amnesty in 2005. In July 2009, during the trial of Aung San Suu Kyi he was arrested again and is currently detained in Insein prison.