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Daw Than Than Htay, a member of the NLD Women's Wing, was arrested in June 2004 with 3 other NLD colleagues for allegedly receiving foreign satellite stations without official permission and was accused of being in contact with opposition groups in exile. She was sentenced to 7 years. She was released from Insein prison in September 2009 and continues to actively work for the NLD in Rangoon.
Ni Moe Hlaing, a member of NLD Youth and ABFSU, was first arrested in 1998 during the student protests. In August 2007 she joined the peaceful protests lead by the 88 Generation Students but went into hiding when the authorities came looking for her. She was eventually arrested in June 2008 and sentenced to 5 years in prison. She was released from Thayet prison in October 2011 under the general amnesty.
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Daw Than Than Htay, a member of the NLD Women's Wing, was arrested in June 2004 with 3 other NLD colleagues for allegedly receiving foreign satellite stations without official permission and was accused of being in contact with opposition groups in exile. She was sentenced to 7 years. She was released from Insein prison in September 2009 and continues to actively work for the NLD in Rangoon.<br />
Ni Moe Hlaing, a member of NLD Youth and ABFSU, was first arrested in 1998 during the student protests. In August 2007 she joined the peaceful protests lead by the 88 Generation Students but went into hiding when the authorities came looking for her. She was eventually arrested in June 2008 and sentenced to 5 years in prison. She was released from Thayet prison in October 2011 under the general amnesty.