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Khine Thaung Kyaw Aung fled to the Thai-Burma border after being involved in the mass uprising of 1988. He became Vice Chairman of the Rakhine Patriotic Literature Club based in Ranong, Thailand and was responsible for political duties. In 1998 he was arrested whilst travelling inside Burma and charged with unlawful association. He was jailed for 8 years in Kawthaung and Myeik prisons. He is now a refugee in Umpiem Mai camp awaiting resettlement to a third country.
Kan Myint, a member of the NLD, was arrested in 2007 for his participation in the Saffron Revolution. He is serving an 18 year sentence in Myaungmya prison.
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THAILAND: UMPIEM MAI REFUGEE CAMP
Khine Thaung Kyaw Aung fled to the Thai-Burma border after being involved in the mass uprising of 1988. He became Vice Chairman of the Rakhine Patriotic Literature Club based in Ranong, Thailand and was responsible for political duties. In 1998 he was arrested whilst travelling inside Burma and charged with unlawful association. He was jailed for 8 years in Kawthaung and Myeik prisons. He is now a refugee in Umpiem Mai camp awaiting resettlement to a third country.<br />
Kan Myint, a member of the NLD, was arrested in 2007 for his participation in the Saffron Revolution. He is serving an 18 year sentence in Myaungmya prison.