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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Send Protest letter to your nearest Japanese Embassy.


Japanese Police used EXCESS Force to suppress Burmese Protesters who came to Burmese Embassy to vote "No vote" to Draft Constitution referendum.

U Myint Thein(NLD), Ma Thaw Dar Min Htun(BDA), Ko Soe Min Aung(BDA), Ma Mya Phyu Pyar(Lu Baung Thit), Ma Naw Tha Balu and other 8 including one woman were injured.
Ma Thaw Dar Min Htun who is pregnant was beaten at her stomach and now in danger of getting loss her unborn baby.
Some of the girls loose their dress and skirts because of Japanese police uses excess force to suppress the demonstrators.
There were five military Helicopters hovering above the Burmese Embassy. According to one witness one of the Burmese Embassy staff was swearing at the protesters and threatening that whoever come in the the compound to vote, embassy staffs will beat them up.
The way the Japanese police suppressed the protesters are similar to the way the Burmese Military Junta did to the protesters said one eye witness.
(Japanese Primes Minister MUST apologise to the Burmese People for this unfair Treatment ..Bay Dah)
Please send your protest letter to your nearest Japanese Embassy around the world.
Additional Information: according to the sources from Japan, all the civil servants from Burma and students scholar who are happen to be in japan right now are recruited to vote at secret place and give dinner and these civil servants and students have to submit their Yes/No Vote together with their Biography(there was no secret voting at all you think these people dare to vote "NO" with their Biography together.

One Woman Protester did manage to vote at the Burmese embassy and she was PHOTOGRAPHED while she was VOTING For NO. (is it call free and fair????)

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