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Khin Moe Aye, a prominent social and political activist and member of the 88 Generation Students, was first jailed in 1991 for her involvement in student protests celebrating Aung San Suu Kyi's Nobel Peace prize. She was sentenced to 10 years but was released under amnesty in 1992. She was arrested again in 1998 and sentenced to 7 years for assisting an author in documenting the student movement. In 2007 during the Saffron Revolution she was accused of possessing foreign currency and was jailed for 2 years in Myingyan prison before being released under amnesty in September 2009. she continues to work in the pro-democracy movement in Rangoon.
Kyaw Myo Min, a member of the NLD, was arrested with his wife Kyi Kyi Min in 2000 for allegedly contacting NLD members in exile and for distributing political literature. He was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment and served 11 years before his release under amnesty in October 2011.
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Khin Moe Aye, a prominent social and political activist and member of the 88 Generation Students, was first jailed in 1991 for her involvement in student protests celebrating Aung San Suu Kyi's Nobel Peace prize. She was sentenced to 10 years but was released under amnesty in 1992. She was arrested again in 1998 and sentenced to 7 years for assisting an author in documenting the student movement. In 2007 during the Saffron Revolution she was accused of possessing foreign currency and was jailed for 2 years in Myingyan prison before being released under amnesty in September 2009. she continues to work in the pro-democracy movement in Rangoon.<br />
Kyaw Myo Min, a member of the NLD, was arrested with his wife Kyi Kyi Min in 2000 for allegedly contacting NLD members in exile and for distributing political literature. He was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment and served 11 years before his release under amnesty in October 2011.