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Was the NUCC’s Second People’s Assembly Successful? – Issue 142

In Issue No. 141 of the Burma News International (BNI)-Myanmar Peace Monitor’s Bi-Weekly News Review, we analyzed how the National Unity Consultative Council (NUCC) has so far failed to satisfactorily fulfill its establishment objectives, powers, and responsibilities. In the previous issue, Myanmar Peace Monitor raised questions about the accountability of NUCC member organizations towards the people and urged the Second People’s Assembly to make efforts to pave the way for the success of the NUCC’s objectives and activities in ending the authoritarian military system and building a federal democratic union.

This review examines the NUCC’s role, highlighting its weaknesses, challenges, and areas needing reform, based on the ‘recorded proposals and recommendations’ that the consultative council has failed to use effectively to deliver reports or pass decisions for the people after the Second People’s Assembly.

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All Burma Students’ Democratic Front (ABSDF)

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Karen National Union (KNU)

Arakan National Council (ANC/AA)

All Burma Students’ Democratic Front (ABSDF)

Chin National Front (CNF/CNA)

Arakan Liberation Party/Army (ALP/ALA)

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