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Moe Aye, a member of the ABFSU he took part in the mass democracy demonstrations in 1988. He was arrested in November 1990 and sentenced to 7 years for his involvement in the uprising. He was released in 1996 and fled Burma a year later. He currently lives in Norway where he works as Chief Editor for the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB).
Kyaw Kyaw Htwe, a member of the 88 Generation Students, was first arrested in 1989 when he was a high school student. In 2007 he was sentenced to 65 years for his role in the peaceful protests against the regime. He is currently detained in Myeik prison.
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Moe Aye, a member of the ABFSU he took part in the mass democracy demonstrations in 1988. He was arrested in November 1990 and sentenced to 7 years for his involvement in the uprising. He was released in 1996 and fled Burma a year later. He currently lives in Norway where he works as Chief Editor for the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB). <br />
Kyaw Kyaw Htwe, a member of the 88 Generation Students, was first arrested in 1989 when he was a high school student. In 2007 he was sentenced to 65 years for his role in the peaceful protests against the regime. He is currently detained in Myeik prison.