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Daw Cho Cho Myint, a member of the NLD was arrested in 2000 for her political activities. Whilst she was in Insein prison she was the eldest female political prisoner and shared a cell with the youngest, Ma Su Mon Aye. She is still an active member of the NLD Women's division in Rangoon.
Ko Ko Gyi is one of the most prominent pro-democracy activists along with Min Ko Naing and a leader of the 88 Generation Students. In the 1988 uprisings he helped reform the ABFSU and was elected vice-chairman. He was first arrested in December 1991 during the student lead 10D movement and was sentenced to 10 years in prison but his sentence was extended each year after it expired and he was finally released in 2005. He helped form the 88 Generation Students on his release and in 2007 was arrested for leading protests in Rangoon. He is currently serving a 65-year sentence in Mong Hsat prison.
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Daw Cho Cho Myint, a member of the NLD was arrested in 2000 for her political activities. Whilst she was in Insein prison she was the eldest female political prisoner and shared a cell with the youngest, Ma Su Mon Aye. She is still an active member of the NLD Women's division in Rangoon.<br />
Ko Ko Gyi is one of the most prominent pro-democracy activists along with Min Ko Naing and a leader of the 88 Generation Students. In the 1988 uprisings he helped reform the ABFSU and was elected vice-chairman. He was first arrested in December 1991 during the student lead 10D movement and was sentenced to 10 years in prison but his sentence was extended each year after it expired and he was finally released in 2005. He helped form the 88 Generation Students on his release and in 2007 was arrested for leading protests in Rangoon. He is currently serving a 65-year sentence in Mong Hsat prison.