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Htay Kywe, Min Ko Naing and Ko Jimmy, the leaders of Burma's 88 Generation Students at home just days after their release from prison. The three men had their 65 year sentences quashed under a presidential amnesty in January 2012. As Burma's most prominent dissidents they have paid a huge price, each spending almost twenty years in jail for their political activities in trying to bring about democracy to Burma - a struggle that they have immediately turned their attention to continuing as they waked free from prison
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BURMA'S SHIFTING SANDS: WHAT LIES BENEATH
Htay Kywe, Min Ko Naing and Ko Jimmy, the leaders of Burma's 88 Generation Students at home just days after their release from prison. The three men had their 65 year sentences quashed under a presidential amnesty in January 2012. As Burma's most prominent dissidents they have paid a huge price, each spending almost twenty years in jail for their political activities in trying to bring about democracy to Burma - a struggle that they have immediately turned their attention to continuing as they waked free from prison