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Daw Than Than Swe, a member of the NLD, was detained in 1998 at Ye Mon military intelligence detention centre when over 100 NLD members including 50 members of parliament were arrested following a declaration that they were to convene the CRPP, a 'People's Parliament'. She continues to work for the NLD in Rangoon.
Soe Moe Tun, son-in-law of Daw Than Than Swe and a pro-democracy activist from Rangoon, was arrested in October 2009 and charged with violating immigration laws and having contact with illegal organisations in exile. He was sentenced to 8 years and is currently detained in Insein prison.
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BURMA, EVEN THOUGH I'M FREE I AM NOT
Daw Than Than Swe, a member of the NLD, was detained in 1998 at Ye Mon military intelligence detention centre when over 100 NLD members including 50 members of parliament were arrested following a declaration that they were to convene the CRPP, a 'People's Parliament'. She continues to work for the NLD in Rangoon. <br />
Soe Moe Tun, son-in-law of Daw Than Than Swe and a pro-democracy activist from Rangoon, was arrested in October 2009 and charged with violating immigration laws and having contact with illegal organisations in exile. He was sentenced to 8 years and is currently detained in Insein prison.