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Ye Maw Htoo, former member of the ABFSU was first arrested in 1990 for his involvement in student lead protests during the uprising of 1988. He was jailed for 3 years in Insein prison. He continued his political activities and again led student protests during the uprisings in 1996. He was arrested once more and served a further 7 years in Insein and Thayet prisons until his release in 2003. He now lives in the USA.
Paw Lwin, a leading member of the ABFSU and first jailed after the 1988 uprising, was arrested in July 1999 and sentenced to 14 years in prison for his political activities. He was released from Tharawaddy prison in October 2011 under the general amnesty.
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Ye Maw Htoo, former member of the ABFSU was first arrested in 1990 for his involvement in student lead protests during the uprising of 1988. He was jailed for 3 years in Insein prison. He continued his political activities and again led student protests during the uprisings in 1996. He was arrested once more and served a further 7 years in Insein and Thayet prisons until his release in 2003. He now lives in the USA.<br />
Paw Lwin, a leading member of the ABFSU and first jailed after the 1988 uprising, was arrested in July 1999 and sentenced to 14 years in prison for his political activities. He was released from Tharawaddy prison in October 2011 under the general amnesty.