CNI News

9 February 2027

2024 was a landmark year that the Tatmadaw would be completely annihilated, said Mahn Win Khaing Than, Prime Minister of the National Unity Government (NUG) at the Union Hluttaw meeting. 

The NUG would carry out to ensure that political, economic and social sectors are stable and transitional period beyond the rule of the Tatmadaw arrives smoothly and to bring the culprits to trial, he said.

" In the year of 2024 that we will completely annihilate the military council, I'd like to make a promise in front of the people's representatives that we'll work hard to make our alliances stronger, to have the ability to connect with all forces with the same purpose, to be able to build foundations for a genuine federal democracy, to make the politic, economic, social sectors stable beyond the rule of the military council, to ensure the transitional period to arrive smoothly, to bring the culprits to court. In 2021, we started opposing the military dictatorship. In 2022, our resistance began to strengthen. In 2023, we gathered our revolutionary forces. 2024 has been designated as milestone year to completely overthrow the terrorist military dictatorship. For that, our government is ready to cooperate with all allies to the best of our ability." said Mahn Win Khaing Than.

While seeing the NUG

To make the military dictatorship die out and to establish a federal democratic union were included in the consensus announced by the NUG on 31st January, 2023.

The consensus was agreed among the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO), the Karen National Union (KNU), the Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP) and the Chin National Front (CNF) and they must continue to try to reach consensus with ethnic alliance organizations, said Duwa Lashila, Acting President of the NUG.

Democratic elements waged armed resistance with protesting against the Tatmadaw after it has taken the power on 1st February 2021.

He wanted the stakeholders to find an answer in sympathy with the people who are suffering various crises, U Kyi Myint, a Myanmar political commentator, told CNI News.

While seeing Myanmar Tatmadaw

“There must be a slogan like that. But the slogan might not be realized. It might be implemented as well. As the opinion of people who don't take side with any organization like us, we want all the stakeholders to get an answer in sympathy with the people who are suffering. The people are facing death and famine in various forms. We are sorry for them." he said.

At present, the battles are breaking out between the Tatmadaw and some EAO/PDF joint forces across the country and due to these battles, the people are suffering from economic crisis, travel difficulties and daily insecurity.