Thursday, 17 January 2008

AAPP Highlights SPDC's Responsibility

15 January 2008
Original report by Moe Aye, DVB

The comments from U Bo Kyi, Joint General Secretary, AAPP (Assistance Association of Political Prisoners) were reported as below:

The ill-treatment and torture received by all political prisoners are the sole responsibility of the SPDC government, especially Than Shwe, current head of state. If someone loses their eyesight, it is an irreplacable loss for him, for life. It is also a severe loss for his family.

The other important fact is that these 8888 Generation Students Groups, including Ko Hla Myo Naung, are not terrorists. They are working very hard to transform the country using the most peaceful methods.

If people such as these are to be treated in such a way, that these are not just personal losses, but a growing national loss for all the people of the nation.

We have collected a lot of information about the torture and abuse of the political prisoners, and are extremely concerned about Ko Kyaw Soe and Ko Win Maw's hospitalisation, due to the violent abusive to which they have been subjected in prison.

Another important fact is that Than Shwe's SPDC government is subjecting the torture and abuse to the political prisoners, not because they want or need information, but simply to intimidate the bulk of the population.

In violently and deliberately abusing all of our brave political representatives, the obsessive and paranoid junta, mistakenly believe their revenge will be a deterrent.

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