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Min Ko Naing, founder and Chairman of the ABFSU and leader of the 88 Generations Students, is one of Burma's most prominent opponents of the military regime and has spent over 20 years in prison due to his political activities. On 13th January 2012 he was released from Thayet prison under a presidential amnesty and along with his colleagues in the 88 Generation Students he is set to play a critical role in shaping Burma's future
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Min Ko Naing, founder and Chairman of the ABFSU and leader of the 88 Generations Students, is one of Burma's most prominent opponents of the military regime and has spent over 20 years in prison due to his political activities. On 13th January 2012 he was released from Thayet prison under a presidential amnesty and along with his colleagues in the 88 Generation Students he is set to play a critical role in shaping Burma's future