AAPP 2017

AAPP monthly chronology of July 2017 and Current Political Prisoners list

Posted: Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

MONTH IN REVIEW In July, 31 individuals were arrested, four under Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law, 17 under Section 188 of the Penal Code, and ten villagers. This month, 42 were charged, 13 farmers under Sections 294, 341, 447, and 506 of the Penal Code, 15 farmers under Sections 19 and 20 of the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Law (PAAPPL), three activists under the PAAPPL, six individuals under Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law, two individuals under Section 8 of the Import and Export Law, one individual under... Read more ➤

June 2017 AAPP Monthly Chronology

Posted: Friday, July 14th, 2017

Summary of the Current Situation: There are 212 individuals oppressed in Burma due to political activities. 41 are currently serving prison sentences, 49 are awaiting trial inside prison, 122 are awaiting trial outside prison. MONTH IN REVIEW This month, 33 people were arrested. These arrests included eight farmers, three civilians, five journalists, one monk, 15 individuals from ethnic minorities, and one activist. In June 27 people were charged including five journalists and one local civilian under Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications La... Read more ➤

May 2017 AAPP Monthly Chronology

Posted: Friday, June 16th, 2017

MAY CHRONOLOGY 2017 Summary of the Current Situation: There are 249 individuals oppressed in Burma due to political activities.40 are currently serving prison sentences, 87 are awaiting trial inside prison, 122 are awaiting trial outside prison. MONTH IN REVIEW This month, 24 people were arrested, 20 of whom are farmers, one was a labor rights activist, one land rights activist, and two individuals were arrested under Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law. In May, 13 people were charged, including one student under Section 19 of the Peac... Read more ➤

April 2017 AAPP Monthly Chronology

Posted: Monday, May 15th, 2017

Summary of the Current Situation: There are 305 individuals oppressed in Burma due to political activities. 99 are currently serving prison sentences, 91 are awaiting trial inside prison, 115 are awaiting trial outside prison. MONTH IN REVIEW This month, 23 people were arrested, 16 farmers, two individuals from ethnic areas, one individual under Section 68(a) of the Telecommunications Law, and 4 individuals under Section 19 of the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Act. In April, seven people were charged, including two individuals for ... Read more ➤

March 2017 AAPP Monthly Chronology

Posted: Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

MONTH IN REVIEW EXCERPT:  This month, 420 people were arrested. 320 of these were arrested by the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army, 91 by the Ta’ang National Liberation Army, and two by the Border Guard Force. In March, 80 people were charged, including four people under Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law, one individual under Section 500 of the Penal Code, and 50 individuals for protesting at the Letpadaung Copper Mine. In March, ten people were sentenced and four people are suffering from bad health in prison. One year i... Read more ➤

February 2017 AAPP Monthly Chronology

Posted: Thursday, March 16th, 2017

MONTH IN REVIEW This month, 92 people were arrested, 90 of whom are from ethnic areas. In January, 42 people were charged, including 36 farmers, and six activists. Two people were sentenced in January. 17 individuals were released, 15 of whom are farmers. Two incarcerated political prisoners are reported to be in bad health.   People from ethnic areas continue to be accused of being associated with ethnic armed groups. On February 7, two Baptist Church officials Naung Lat and Gam Seng from Mong Ko Township, Kachin State, were charged unde... Read more ➤

January 2017 AAPP Monthly Chronology

Posted: Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

  Summary of the Current Situation: There are 250individuals oppressed in Burma due to political activities,86political prisoners are serving prison sentences, 90 are awaiting trial inside prison, 74 are awaiting trial outside prison. MONTH IN REVIEW This month, 30 people were arrested, 25 of whom are farmers, four from ethnic areas, and one under Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law. In January, 36people were charged, including 25 farmers, nine students, and 2 individuals from ethnic minorities. There were no sentences in the mont... Read more ➤