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Burma is located in South-East Asia and shares the border with China, Laos,

Thailand, Bangladesh, and India. The military has dominated government since
General Ne Win led a coup in 1962 to 1988. In 1988, students led the mass uprising
and eventually managed to topple the one party rule led by General Ne Win. Another
military regime came to power on 18 September 1988 and gunned down more than 3000
peaceful protesters. Due to the increase domestic and international pressure,
junta promised to hold the election in 1990 and National League for Democracy
(NLD) led by Aung San Suu Kyi won the landslide victory. The ruling junta refused
to hand over power and instead put Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest and
imprisoned thousands of political dissidents.

"If this country is to achieve genuine democracy, the result of the elections of
1990 must be recognized. It must be recognized by the military regime, as it has
been recognized by the people, and by the world at large. It is through this
recognition that we will be able to make genuine progress in Burma. The results of
the 1990 General Elections must be implemented is a resolution already taken by
the United Nations. We already know that the General Assembly of the United
Nations has accepted the notion that the will of the people has been expressed in
the 1990 General Elections. This is something we cannot abandon. It will be to the
detriment of our country if after an election has been held the results are not
honoured and we do not resist attempts to trivialise it", once Aung San Suu Kyi
insisted.

We cannot ignore the lives of people scarified in 1988 mass uprising when more
than 3000 people were gunned down, we cannot forget 2007 Saffron revolution when
soldiers and riot police beaten and opened fire on Buddhist monks and peaceful
demonstrators and we cannot close the eyes to the suffering of the heroes of Burma
who are now in prisons and who were in prisons sacrifice their lives, faced
torture and brutal treatment in order to show their aspiration for democracy.

A tremendous responsibility rests upon the United Nations Organisation to a far


better end, and we are looking for a more positive and bolder lead of the United
Nations as military regime is trying to nullify the results of the 1990 elections
result by planning to hold another election in 2010.

Burmese people show their destiny, their will and sacrifice their lives already.
United Nations must step up further in order to solve Burma crisis and actions
needed to be taken practically focusing on to implement 1990 Elections result. The
solution for the crisis of Burma is to recognize 1990 election result to restore
democracy and rule of law where everyone can enjoy the freedom of speech, press,
beliefs and assembly that emphasizes the protection of individual rights.

This is time to take actions and not words. Military government bought the time
for 20 years and we should not let it happen anymore. United Nations must set out
the dead lines to transfer power to Aung San Suu Kyi’s party National League for
Democracy (NLD) by 2010. We don't want any more waiting games. General Assembly of
the United Nations has accepted the notion that the will of the people has been
expressed in the 1990 General Elections. International community strongly
condemned the junta for refusing to allow elected representatives to meet as a
People's Assembly and for failing to honour the results of the elections and hand
over power. UN General Assembly has since 1991 passed successive annual
Resolutions calling on Burma "to restore democracy and implement the results of
the 1990 elections".
We the undersigned petition the United Nations Secretary General to implement 1990
Elections result so as to restore peace, stability and national reconciliation in
Burma.
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