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U Tin Oo, Vice-Chairman of the NLD and former General and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, has spent more than 17 years in prison and under house arrest due to his political activities in Burma. He was first arrested in 1976 and charged with high treason. He has been arrested 3 times and was released from his latest sentence in February 2010. He continues in his role for the NLD working to achieve democracy and national re-conciliation in Burma.
Aung Zaw Oo, a human rights and labour activist, was arrested in January 2008 for distributing copies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison but was released in October 2011 under the general amnesty.
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BURMA, EVEN THOUGH I'M FREE I AM NOT
U Tin Oo, Vice-Chairman of the NLD and former General and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, has spent more than 17 years in prison and under house arrest due to his political activities in Burma. He was first arrested in 1976 and charged with high treason. He has been arrested 3 times and was released from his latest sentence in February 2010. He continues in his role for the NLD working to achieve democracy and national re-conciliation in Burma.<br />
Aung Zaw Oo, a human rights and labour activist, was arrested in January 2008 for distributing copies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison but was released in October 2011 under the general amnesty.