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Daw Cho Cho Myint a member of the Women's Division of the NLD was jailed in 2000 for her political activities. Now she runs a stall in the office selling calendars and posters of Aung San Suu Kyi. The run down office that is the headquarters of Burma's opposition party, the National League for Democracy, has once again become a hive of activity as the party reforms and leads the way to bring democratic change to the country
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THE NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR DEMOCRACY: RE-BIRTH OF THE REVOLUTION
Daw Cho Cho Myint a member of the Women's Division of the NLD was jailed in 2000 for her political activities. Now she runs a stall in the office selling calendars and posters of Aung San Suu Kyi. The run down office that is the headquarters of Burma's opposition party, the National League for Democracy, has once again become a hive of activity as the party reforms and leads the way to bring democratic change to the country