SUPPORT DEMOCRACY IN MYANMAR/BURMA



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DECLARATION IN SUPPORT OF THE MARCH FOR DEMOCRACY
OF THE PEOPLE IN MYANMAR/BURMA
 


TO:


-          The Government of Myanmar/Burma

-          All Sangha Leaders, Democratic Organizations and the People of Myanmar/Burma

-          The Secretaty-General of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations

-          Office of The Secretary General of The United Nations

-          The United States Government

-          The President of the European Union

-          Human Rights Organizations and International Telecommunications Agencies


For over a month we have followed with great interest news of the march of people's power in Myanmar/Burma, watching Buddhist monks, students and ordinary people peacefully taking to the streets and demanding that the dictatorial Myanmar/Burma government conduct real dialogue with the people and democratic organizations so as to build a true democratic system that allows for a healthy, competitive pluralistic political society and that respects human rights.


We, the undersigned Vietnamese individuals, organizations and associations struggling for a true Democratic and Prosperous Vietnam, would like to share the following sentiments:


1- We wholeheartedly support the peaceful struggle of the People of Myanmar/Burma in order to establish a strong and stable civil society within a democratic, pluralistic political system.  A successful democratic struggle of the people of Myanmar/Burma  will contribute to the stability and security of Myanmar/Burma  in particular, ASEAN and the world in general.

2- We are holding the current government of Myanmar/Burma responsible for the security and safety of these peaceful demonstrators.  The military junta of Myanmar/Burma should take this opportunity to hold direct talks with the people and democratic organizations of Myanmar/Burma  such as the National League for Democracy, led by Madame Aung San Syu Kyi, the Nationalist Students Organization of 1988, and venerable Buddhist clerics to create a peaceful democracy for Myanmar/Burma.


3- We petition the Secretaty-General of the Association of South East Asian Nations and member countries to raise his voice a in timely fashion to support the people of Myanmar/Burma in their current struggle for democracy, and we request that the military government of Myanmar/Burma conduct peaceful dialogue with the opposition in order to work out the differences between the people and the government.


4- We are calling upon the United Nations, the United States, the European Union other democratic nations, human rights organizations, and international press and media agencies to raise their voices to support and assist with solutions for the current struggle for democracy of the Myanmar/Burma people. 


We resolutely condemn the government of Myanmar/Burma for the use of any violence to suppress peaceful demonstrators.  We would like to express our sincere admiration and understanding of the present difficulties that the people of Myanmar/Burma are going through, but we believe wholeheartedly that the non-violent way to struggle for democracy of these brave citizens will be successful.


Drafted in Vietnam on September 28, 2007

    


DECLARATION IN SUPPORT OF THE MARCH FOR DEMOCRACY
OF THE PEOPLE IN MYANMAR/BURMA

 


TO:



-          The Government of Myanmar/Burma


-          All Sangha Leaders, Democratic Organizations and the People of Myanmar/Burma


-          The Secretaty-General of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations


-          Office of The Secretary General of The United Nations


-          The United States Government


-          The President of the European Union


-          Human Rights Organizations and International Telecommunications Agencies




For over a month we have followed with great interest news of the march of people's power in Myanmar/Burma, watching Buddhist monks, students and ordinary people peacefully taking to the streets and demanding that the dictatorial Myanmar/Burma government conduct real dialogue with the people and democratic organizations so as to build a true democratic system that allows for a healthy, competitive pluralistic political society and that respects human rights.



We, the undersigned Vietnamese individuals, organizations and associations struggling for a true Democratic and Prosperous Vietnam, would like to share the following sentiments:



1- We wholeheartedly support the peaceful struggle of the People of Myanmar/Burma in order to establish a strong and stable civil society within a democratic, pluralistic political system.  A successful democratic struggle of the people of Myanmar/Burma  will contribute to the stability and security of Myanmar/Burma  in particular, ASEAN and the world in general.


2- We are holding the current government of Myanmar/Burma responsible for the security and safety of these peaceful demonstrators.  The military junta of Myanmar/Burma should take this opportunity to hold direct talks with the people and democratic organizations of Myanmar/Burma  such as the National League for Democracy, led by Madame Aung San Syu Kyi, the Nationalist Students Organization of 1988, and venerable Buddhist clerics to create a peaceful democracy for Myanmar/Burma.



3- We petition the Secretaty-General of the Association of South East Asian Nations and member countries to raise his voice a in timely fashion to support the people of Myanmar/Burma in their current struggle for democracy, and we request that the military government of Myanmar/Burma conduct peaceful dialogue with the opposition in order to work out the differences between the people and the government.



4- We are calling upon the United Nations, the United States, the European Union other democratic nations, human rights organizations, and international press and media agencies to raise their voices to support and assist with solutions for the current struggle for democracy of the Myanmar/Burma people. 



We resolutely condemn the government of Myanmar/Burma for the use of any violence to suppress peaceful demonstrators.  We would like to express our sincere admiration and understanding of the present difficulties that the people of Myanmar/Burma are going through, but we believe wholeheartedly that the non-violent way to struggle for democracy of these brave citizens will be successful.



Drafted in Vietnam on September 28, 2007



1/ Duong Thi Xuan, Movement for Democracy in Vietnam, Ha Noi Viet Nam


2/  Do Nam Hai, Alliance for Democracy and Human Rights in Vietnam


3/  Prof. Hoang Minh Chinh, General Secretary Vietnam Democracy Party, Ha Noi Viet Nam


4/ Lu Thi Thu Duyen, Member, Block 8406, Ha Noi Viet Nam


5/ Le Hong Tuan,  Le & Brothers, Ha Noi Viet Nam


6/ Minh Son, Representative Committee To Support  the Victims of Land Injustice, Sai Gon Viet Nam


7/ Prof. Nguyen Chink Ket , Alliance for Democracy and Human Rights in Vietnam


8/  Writer Nguyen Xuan Nghia, Alliance for Democracy and Human Rights in Vietnam
9/ Engineer Nguyen Tien Trung, Representative Assembly of Democratic Youth, Sai Gon Viet Nam


10/ Nguyen Khac Toan, Member, Block 8406, Ha Noi Viet Nam


11/ Pham Linh, spokesman United Workers and Farmers Association of Vietnam, Sai Gon Viet Nam


12/ Attorney Pham Thanh Hai, Constitutional Law Office, Sai Gon Viet Nam


13/ Tran Ngoc Ha - Viett Nam Reform Party, Viet Nam


14/ Tran Hoang Le %u2013 People's Democratic Party, Ha Noi Viet Nam


15/ Vu Thanh Phuong, Member, Block 8406, Ha Noi Viet Nam


16/ Vu Thi Binh, Member, Block 8406, Ha Noi Viet Nam


17/ Attorney Le Quoc Quan, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
18/ Engineer Nguyen Phuong Anh, Ha Noi, Viet Nam


19/ Engineer Nguyen Qui Duc, Ha Noi Viet Nam


20/ Farmer Do Duy Thong, Ha Tay Viet Nam


21/ Nguyen Ba Dang, Hai Duong, Viet Nam


22/ History Prof. Nguyen The Ky, Ha Noi Viet Nam


23/ Journalist Nguyen Vu Binh, Ha Noi Viet Nam


24/ Dr. Pham Hong Son, Ha Noi, Viet Nam


25/ Pham Van Troi, Ha Tay Viet Nam


26/ Vi Duc Hoi, Lang Son, Viet Nam


27/ Teacher Vu Hung, Ha Noi Viet Nam


28/ Amy Duong, Women for Human Rights


29/ Bui Diem, Dai Viet Revolutionary Party


30/ Cuong Nguyen, Director, Vietnam Helsinki Committee


31/ Do Thanh Cong, Spokesman, People's Democratic Party


32/ Do Hung, Viet Future Foundation


33/ Jane DoBui, Women for Human Rights


34/  Hoang Tu Duy, Representative, Vietnam Reform Party


35/  Le Minh Nguyen, Chairman, Vietnam Human Rights Network


36/ Le My Phuong, Committee for Little Sai Gon


37/ Ngo Thi Hien, Committee for Religious Freedom in Vietnam


38/ Dr. Nguyen Quoc Quan, Chairman, International Committee to Support the Non-Violent Movement for Human Rights in Vietnam
39/ Nguyen Ngoc Bich, Chairman, National Congress of Vietnamese Americans


40/ Dr. Nguyen Van Lung, Dai Viet Revolutionary Party


41/ Nguyen Cong Bang, Representative, Vietnam Populist Party


42/ Nguyen Quoc Trung, The People' s Democratic Party, Phnom Penh Cambodia


43/ Nguyen Trung Kien, Block 8406' s Member, Phnom Penh Cambodia


44/ Pham Tran Anh, Chairman, Former Vietnam Political and Religion Prisoners Association


45/ Tran Quoc Bao, Chairman, Vietnam's Restoration Party
46/ Tran Tu Thanh, Spokesperson, The Vietnam Nationalist Party Overseas


47/ Tran Thanh Hiep, Chairman Vietnam Center Human Rights, Paris, France


48/  Doan Viet Hoat, Virginia, U.S.A
49/  Nguyen Thanh Trang, San Diego, CA, U.S.A.


50/  Nguyen Khoa Thai Anh, Oakland, CA, U.S.A.
51/  Vu Thu Hien, Paris, France
 


Additional Undersigned People and Organizations:




52- Father Chan Tin, Member, Block 8406, Sai Gon Viet Nam


53- Father Nguyen Huu Giai, Member, Block 8406, Hue Viet Nam


54- Father Phan Van Loi, Member, Block 8406, Hue Viet Nam


55- News Letter Freedom of Press, Distribution in Viet Nam


56- Le Minh, Freedom & Democracy for Viet Nam Forum, Australia


57- Dang Xuan Khanh, Freedom & Democracy for Viet Nam Forum, Australia


58- Lawyer Ngo Van Quang, California U.S.A.


59- Nguyen Viet Quoc, Assembly of Democratic Youth, Paris France


60- Judge Phan Quang Tue, San Francisco, California USA


61- Nguyen Minh Can, Reporter, Moscow Russia


62- Huynh Luong Thien, Movement of Writers and Performance Artists for the future of Viet Nam


63- Pham Hoang, Canh En Newspaper, Germany


64- Ton Van Anh, Poland


65- Committee to Protect Vietnamese Workers, Poland


66- Du Lam, Free lance-writer, Da Nang Viet Nam


67- Vu Hai Dang, People's Democratic Party, Ha Noi Viet Nam


68- Pham Ngoc Truong, Tours Paris


69- Tran Thai Binh, Australia


70- Do Anh Hoang-Le, Australia


71- Venerable Thich Thien Minh, Former Vietnam Political and Religion Prisoners Association


72- Prof. Nguyen Manh Bao, Cao Dai, Tay Ninh Province,  Viet Nam


73- Buddhist monk Le Minh Triet, Hoa Hao Buddhist


74- Venerable Thich Nhat Ban, Former Vietnam Political and Religion Prisoners Association, Dong Nai Province, Viet Nam


75- Venerable Thich Thien Khanh, Representative Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam, Phu Yen Province, Viet Nam


76- Nguyen Minh, Buddhist Family, Binh Thuan Province, Viet Nam


77- Bui Lan Huong, Reporter Moscow Russia


78- Nguyen Van Tan, President, Former Soldiers Republic of  Viet Nam, President, Committee to Support Viet Nam Democracy Movement, Ontario, Canada


79- Tran Van Phuc, Allen Texas USA


80- Tran Xinh, Denmark


81- Bui Trung Truc, Viet Tan Party, France


82- Engineer Do Chin, Moscow Russia


83- Quan My Lan, Aix en Provence, France


84- Tran Nam Binh, California USA


85- Le Hong Ha, Seattle Washington, USA


86- Nguyen Kim Thanh, Representative Committee to Support Freedom and Democracy in Viet Nam, Queensland, Australia


87- Prof. Tran Khue, Sai Gon Viet Nam


88- Engineer Nguyen Ngoc Bich, Alberta Canada


89- Le Huu Hue, Seattle USA


90- Nguyen Quoc Khai, Vice president of Viet Nam Human Rights Networks, Editor of Viet Nam Review


91- Nguyen Thanh Giang, Ha Noi Viet Nam


92- Dang Thanh, Viet Tan Party, Japan


93- Attorney Dang Quoc Thien, Writing Member of Electronic Magazine


94- Nguyen Thanh Ha, Center of Democracy and Human Rights for Viet Nam

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