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17 Members of Parliament Remain in Prison

Name
State/Division
Constituency
Party
Prison
Prison Term
Kyaw San Sagaing Tanze NLD Insein 7 years
Myint Naing, Dr. Sagaing Kantbulu (2) NLD Insein 25+5 years
Toe Po Tenasserim Yebyu NLD Insein 7 years
Ohn Maung Pegu Nyaung Lay Bin (1) NLD Insein 7 years
Zaw Myint Maung, Dr. Mandalay Amarapura NLD Myitkyina 25 years
Ohn Kyaing Mandalay Mandalay Southeast NLD Taungoo 10+7 years
Soe Myint Magwe Minbu (1) NLD Insein 7 years
Kyaw Khin Shan Taunggyi (1) NLD Thayet 10 years
Khin Maung Swe Rangoon Sanchaung NLD Myingyan 7 years
Sein Hla Oo Rangoon Insein (2) NLD Myitkyina 7 years
Than Nyein, Dr. Rangoon Kyauktan NLD Insein 7 years
May Win Myint, Dr. (Female) Rangoon Mayangon (2) NLD Insein 7 years
Naing Naing Rangoon Pazundaung NLD Insein 21 years
Yaw Hsi Kachin Putao NLD Myitkyina 5 years
Win Myint Aung Sagaing Deepeyin 2 NLD 2 years
Min Soe Lin, Dr. Mon Ye (1) MNDF Mawlamyine 7 years
Min Kyi Win, Dr. Mon Mudon MNDF Mawlamyine 7 years

Total MPs in prison = 17 (As of 17 August 2003)

Acronyms
NLD = National League for Democracy
MNDF = Mon National Democratic Front
Remark: Khun Myint Tun was released on 1 August 2003.


21 Members of Parliament Under detention, House Arrest and Disappeared Since Tabeyin massacre on 30 May 2003

Name
State/Division
Constituency
Party
Address
Where-about
Ba Ba Sagaing Myinmu (1) NLD Myinmu Detained in Shwebo
Bo Maung Sagaing Tabayin (1) NLD Tabayin Detained
Bo Zan Mandalay Kyauk-Padaung (1) NLD Kyauk-Padaung Detained
Paw Khin Mandalay Myingyan (1) NLD - Detained in Kalay Pri.
Tin Aung Aung Mandalay Mandalay NW (1) NLD Mandalay Detained in Kalay Pri.
Tin Htut Oo Mandalay Lewe (1) NLD Madalay Detained in Kalay Pri.
Tun Myaing Sagaing Wetlet (1) NLD Mandalay Detained in Shwebo
May Hnin Kyi(Female) Mandalay Mogok (1) NLD Mogok Detained in Insein
Aung Shwe Rangoon Mayangon (1) NLD (CEC) Rangoon House Arrest
Lwin Rangoon Thongwa NLD(CEC) Rangoon House Arrest
Soe Myint Rangoon South Okkalapa NLD(CEC) Rangoon House Arrest
Than Tun Mandalay Taungtha (2) NLD(CEC) - House Arrest
Nyunt Wai Pegu Taungoo (2) NLD (CEC) - House Arrest
Hla Pe Irrawaddy Mawlamyine Gyun NLD(CEC) - House Arrest
Lun Tin Mon Moulmein (1) NLD(CEC) Rangoon House Arrest
Kyi Maung Rangoon Bahan (2) NLDEx CEC Rangoon House Arrest
Hla Maung Karen Kya Inn Seikkyi (1) POCL - Disappear
Maung Maung Latt Rangoon Thakata (1) NLD Rangoon Disappear
Myint Kyi Sagaing Katha NLD Katha Disappear
Saw Aung Sagaing Monywa (2) NLD - Disappear
Saw Hlaing Sagaing Inndaw NLD - Disappear

Acronyms
NLD = National League for Democracy
MNDF = Mon National Democratic Front
POCL = Patriotic Old Comrades League


Situation of Members of Parliament in Burma as of 17 August 2003
State/Division
ElectedTotal/NLD
Remain in prisonTotal/NLD
Dismissed/ resigned Total/NLD
ExileTotal/NLD
DeceasedTotal/NLD
Arakan 26/9 0/0 6/4 2/1 2/0
Chin 13/4 0/0 5/4 3/0 0/0
Irrawaddy 51/48 0/0 19/18 3/2 5/5
Kachin 19/14 1/1 5/3 1/1 2/2
Karen 14/10 0/0 8/7 1/0 0/0
Kayah 8/4 0/0 3/3 1/1 0/0
Magwe 39/39 1/1 17/17 1/1 3/3
Mandalay 56/55 2/2 25/24 4/3 8/8
Mon 20/16 2/0 8/7 1/1 2/1
Pegu 51/47 1/1 21/20 3/2 5/5
Rangoon 61/59 5/5 26/25 1/1 8/8
Sagaing 58/52 3/3 24/22 3/3 8/8
Shan 56/22 1/1 12/11 3/0 6/3
Tenassarim 13/13 1/1 4/4 0/0 2/2
Total/NLD 485/392 17/15 183/169 27/16 51/45

Parliamentarians who died in custody:
1. Tin Maung Win, NLD MP, Kha Yan 1, Rangoon Division, died on 18 January 1991.
2. Hla Than, NLD MP, Co Co Island, Rangoon Division, died on 2 August 1996.
3. Saw Win (a.k.a Kyaw Zaw Lin), NLD MP, Htee Lin, Magwe Division, died on 7 August 1998.

Parliamentarians who died soon after the release:
1. Kyaw Min, NLD MP, Bassein West 2, Irrawaddy Division, died on 1 July 1999.

Parliamentarians who were assassinated:
1. Win Ko, exiled NLD MP, Ye Oo 2, Sagaing Division, was assassinated in Kumming, China, on 1 November 1992.
2. Hla Pe, exiled NLD MP, Pyaw Bwe 2, Mandalay Division, was assassinated outside Bangkok, Thailand, on 16 June 1993.

Parliamentarians who remain in prison:
Although some MPs have been released, 17 MPs still remain in prison as of 17 August 2003.

21 Parliamentarians under detention, house arrest and disappear:
Eight MPs remain in detention centre since 30 May 2003.
Eight MPs (7 NLD CEC and one former NLD Chairman) remain under house arrest since 30 May 2003.
Five MPs may be detained after 30 May 2003. (Still disappear)

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