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Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Description/subject: Very useful site. IPU resolutions on Burma/Myanmar and lists of detained MPs-elect plus links to all parliamentary websites and more. For the IPU Council resolutions on Burma and lists of detained MPs-elect by year, search for Myanmar AND 157th for the first session online, Myanmar AND 166th for the April 2000 session and so on. Then click on the results you want.
Language: English
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003


Title: Union interparlementaire
Description/subject: Pour trouver la resolution sur Myanmar d'une session specifique du Conseil, rechercher Myanmar AND 168ieme, Myanmar AND 168ieme etc. (a partir de la 157ieme)
Language: Français, French
Source/publisher: Union interparliamentaire
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003


Individual Documents

Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 189th session of the Governing Council, (Bern, October 2011): Myanmar
Date of publication: 19 October 2011
Description/subject: Parliamentarians reportedly still serving their sentences:...Parliamentarians who died in custody or soon after their release:...Parliamentarians who were assassinated:.....Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 189th session (Bern, 19 October 2011): "The Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Referring to the case of the above-mentioned former members-elect of the Pyithu Hluttaw (People’s Assembly) of the Union of Myanmar, all elected in the elections of May 1990, as outlined in the report of the Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians (CL/189/11(b)-R.1), and to the resolution adopted at its 188th session (April 2011), Recalling that, on 21 March 2011, the United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a resolution in which it called upon the Government to lift restrictions on freedom of assembly, association and movement and on freedom of expression, including for free and independent media, and to end the use of censorship, including the use of restrictive laws to prevent the reporting of views critical of the Government, and strongly urged the Government of Myanmar to release all prisoners of conscience, including the former parliamentarians - numbering 12 at the time - who had been sentenced on the basis of legal proceedings which disregarded their right to a fair trial, Noting that former parliamentarian Mr. Kyaw San was released on 17 May 2011 upon having served his sentence, Recalling that since the new Parliament of Myanmar, elected on 7 November 2010, started its work, members of the opposition in Parliament have called on the Government to release all political prisoners, a call which the Minister of Home Affairs dismissed on 22 March 2011 as untimely; that, however, at the end of August 2011, members of Parliament again raised the matter of an amnesty, Considering that, on 11 October 2011, the Government indeed announced an amnesty for more than 6,000 prisoners and that, under the amnesty, Mr. Saw Hlaing, Mr. Kyaw Khin and Mr. Than Lwin were released on 12 October 2011 along with some 200 other political prisoners; that the release took place at a time when the President signed into law a new Labour Organization Act permitting the establishment of trade unions, which had no effect been banned since 1962, and a senior government official talked of the need to do away with censorship..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 27 March 2012


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 188th session of the Governing Council, (Panama, April 2011): Myanmar
Date of publication: February 2011
Description/subject: Parliamentarians reportedly still serving their sentences:...Parliamentarians who died in custody or soon after their release:...Parliamentarians who were assassinated:..... Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 188th session (Panama, 20 April 2011)... The Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Referring to the case of the above-mentioned former members-elect of the Pyithu Hluttaw (People's Assembly) of the Union of Myanmar, as outlined in the report of the Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians (CL/188/13(b)-R.1), and to the resolution adopted at its 187th session (October 2010), Recalling that 12 former members-elect continue to suffer imprisonment on account of having merely exercised their freedom of expression and were sentenced on the basis of legal proceedings which blatantly disregarded their right to a fair trial; that their case has to be situated in a context in which it has expressed the following long-standing concerns: ..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 27 March 2012


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 187th session of the Governing Council, (Geneva, October 2010): Myanmar
Date of publication: 06 October 2010
Description/subject: List of parliamentarians detained in Myanmar, Parliamentarians who died in custody or soon after their release and those who were assassinated...Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 187th session (Geneva, 6 October 2010)..."Reaffirms its belief that the exclusion of 12 parliamentarians-elect and many other political prisoners from the political process, along with the persistent restrictions on human rights and political activity, casts serious doubt on the authorities' willingness to ensure that the outcome of this historic opportunity, the first elections in 20 years, can genuinely reflect the will of the people;..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 18 October 2010


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 186th session of the Governing Council (Bangkok, April 2010): Myanmar
Date of publication: 01 April 2010
Description/subject: List of parliamentarians detained in Myanmar, Parliamentarians who died in custody or soon after their release and those who were assassinated...Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 186th session (Bangkok, 1 April 2010)..."Calls on the authorities to do everything possible to ensure that the elections are inclusive, free and fair and to make the changes to the electoral laws that this requires; draws their attention in this respect to the Declaration on Criteria for Free and Fair Elections which the Inter‑Parliamentary Union adopted on 26 March 1994; ..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 18 October 2010


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 185th session of the Governing Council (Geneva, October 2009): Myanmar
Date of publication: 21 October 2009
Description/subject: List of parliamentarians detained in Myanmar, Parliamentarians who died in custody or soon after their release and those who were assassinated...Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 185th session (Geneva, 21 October 2009)..."Reaffirms that the Constitution fails to reflect the democratic values to which the people of Myanmar have long aspired and that elections are doomed to be a sham in a climate of fear and repression of all freedom of expression and political activity and the exclusion of 13 parliamentarians-elect and many other political prisoners from the political process; ..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 18 October 2010


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 184th session of the Governing Council (Addis Ababa, April 2009): Myanmar
Date of publication: 10 April 2009
Description/subject: List of parliamentarians detained in Myanmar, Parliamentarians who died in custody or soon after their release and those who were assassinated...The text of the Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 184th session (Addis Ababa, 10 April 2009)..."Reaffirms its belief that the Constitution, which provides the legal and institutional framework for the 2010 elections, fails to reflect the democratic values to which the people of Myanmar have long aspired; recalls in this respect its long-standing conviction that the National Convention, owing to how it was set up and functioned, was illegitimate from the start, and that the climate of fear, distrust and total lack of transparency in which the referendum on the draft Constitution was conducted stripped it of any credibility;..."
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 18 October 2010


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 183rd session of the Governing Council (Geneva, October 2008): Myanmar
Date of publication: 15 October 2008
Description/subject: List of parliamentarians detained in Myanmar, Parliamentarians who died in custody or soon after their release, Parliamentarians arrested during government crackdown on mass protests in the autumn of 2007 and at present in detention, and those who were assassinated...The text of the Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 183rd session (Geneva, 15 October 2008)..."Reaffirms its long-standing conviction that the National Convention, owing to how it was set up and functioned, was illegitimate from the start and bound to produce a text that would fail to reflect the democratic values to which the people of Myanmar have long aspired; considers that the widespread and grave irregularities which have been reported with respect to the referendum on the draft Constitution have only confirmed initial concerns that it would take place in a climate of fear, repression, distrust and total lack of transparency, thus turning the whole exercise into a deliberate attempt to erect a democratic façade for sustained military power; ..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 18 October 2010


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 182nd session of the Governing Council (Cape Town, April 2008): Myanmar
Date of publication: 18 April 2008
Description/subject: List of parliamentarians detained in Myanmar, Parliamentarians who died in custody or soon after their release, Parliamentarians arrested during government crackdown on mass protests in the autumn of 2007: and those who were assassinated...the text of the Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 182nd session (Cape Town, 18 April 2008)..."...Denounces the final draft of the Constitution for providing a legal basis to prolong the military authorities' hold on power; reaffirms in this respect its long-standing conviction that the National Convention, owing to how it was set up and functioned, was illegitimate from the start and bound to produce a text that would fail to reflect the democratic values to which the people of Myanmar aspire;..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 18 October 2010


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 181st session of the Governing Council (Geneva, October 2007): Myanmar
Date of publication: 10 October 2007
Description/subject: List of parliamentarians detained in Myanmar, Parliamentarians who died in custody or soon after their release, Parliamentarians arrested during government crackdown on mass protests in the autumn of 2007 and those who were assassinated... the text of the Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 181st session, Geneva October 2007
Language: English (French also available)
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 18 October 2010


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 180th session of the Governing Council (Bali, May 2007): Myanmar
Date of publication: 04 May 2007
Description/subject: List of detained parliamentarians in Myanmar, plus the text of the Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 180th session (Nusa Dua, Bali, 4 May 2007): "The Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union,... 1. Condemns the continuation of the deliberate policy of the authorities of Myanmar to deprive its people of their right to be represented by persons of their own choosing, as guaranteed under Article 21 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; 2. Reaffirms that the National Convention, in its present form, has no other purpose than to prolong and legitimize military rule and that any document adopted by it will be illegitimate, contemptuous as it will be of the democratic values to which the people of Myanmar aspire;..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union (180th Session of the Governing Council)
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 July 2007


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians 116th session (Geneva, 15-18 January 2007): Myanmar
Date of publication: 18 January 2007
Description/subject: Decision adopted by the Committee at its 116th session (Geneva, 15 - 18 January 2007): "...Reaffirms its conviction that the National Convention, in its present form, is designed to prolong and legitimize military rule against the will of the people as expressed in the 1990 elections, and that any transition towards democracy will fail so long as it is not genuinely free, transparent and reflective of the people’s will, and preceded by the unconditional release of all political prisoners and the lifting of all restrictions on human rights and political activity; 2. Deplores the lack of any willingness on the part of the authorities to address these concerns, and urges them once again to release the 14 parliamentarians-elect still imprisoned forthwith and to engage in a genuine dialogue with those who were elected in the 1990 elections, in particular by giving serious consideration to the proposal made by the NLD; 3. Renews its call on the international community to help bring about respect for democratic principles in Myanmar, takes note of the latest developments at the Security Council and calls on the parliaments of the countries which are members of the Security Council to press their governments to ensure full and continuing consideration of the situation in Myanmar by the Security Council, also calls again on the Member Parliaments of the IPU, in particular China and India as neighbouring countries, to pursue and strengthen their national, regional and international initiatives in favour of the parliamentarians-elect and in support of respect for democratic principles in Myanmar, and encourages the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Caucus on Myanmar to continue its important work..." plus list of Parliamentarians reportedly still serving their sentences.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union - Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians
Format/size: pdf (49K)
Date of entry/update: 08 March 2007


Title: I Inter-Parliamentary Union, 179th session of the Governing Council (Geneva, October 2006): Myanmar
Date of publication: 18 October 2006
Description/subject: Resolution adopted by consensus by the IPU Governing Council at its 179th session (Geneva, 18 October 2006): "...Reaffirms its conviction that the National Convention, in its present form, is designed to prolong and legitimize military rule against the will of the people as expressed in the 1990 elections, and that any transition towards democracy will fail so long as it is not genuinely free, transparent and reflective of the people's will, and preceded by the unconditional release of all political prisoners and the lifting of all restrictions on human rights and political activity..." plus list of Parliamentarians reportedly still serving their sentences.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 08 March 2007


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 178th session of the Governing Council (Nairobi, May 2006): Myanmar
Date of publication: 12 May 2006
Description/subject: Resolution adopted by consensus by the IPU Governing Council at its 178th session (Nairobi, 12 May 2006): "The Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union:... Condemns the continuation of the deliberate policy of the authorities of Myanmar to deprive the people of Myanmar of their right to be represented by persons of their own choosing, as guaranteed under Article 21 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in open defiance of the democratic values to which they aspire; # Renews its call on the Member Parliaments of the IPU, in particular China, Thailand and India as neighbouring countries to continue and to strengthen their national, regional and international initiatives in favour of the parliamentarians-elect and in support of respect for democratic principles in Myanmar; strongly encourages the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Caucus on Myanmar to continue its important work; # Also calls on the parliaments of the countries which are members of the Security Council to press their governments to ensure the continuing consideration of the situation in Myanmar in the Security Council; # Condemns the harsh prison sentence handed down on parliamentarian-elect Khun Tun Oo in an unfair trial and at the extended prison terms of Dr. Than Nyein and May Win Myint on the basis of legal provisions running counter to basic international human rights standards; # Urges the authorities to release them forthwith, together with the other 10 imprisoned parliamentarians-elect, and to engage in a genuine dialogue with those who were elected in the 1990 elections and can claim to represent the people; # Expresses its support for the proposal made by the NLD in February 2006, and calls on the authorities to take it into serious consideration..." plus list of Parliamentarians reportedly still serving their sentences.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 08 March 2007


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 177th session of the Governing Council (Geneva, October 2005): Myanmar
Date of publication: 19 October 2005
Description/subject: Resolution adopted unanimously by the Governing Council at its 177th session (Geneva, 19th October 2005):"The Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union... # Deplores the fact that its persistent efforts to seek a direct dialogue with the authorities continue to be unavailing; stresses that the aim of the Committee's procedure, which is to find, in cooperation with the authorities, a satisfactory settlement of the cases, is bound to fail if no official response is forthcoming; # Is deeply concerned that parliamentarians-elect Kyaw San and Kyaw Min, and the latter's family, were recently sentenced to long prison terms after a trial falling far short of basic internationally recognized fair trial guarantees; # Reaffirms that the restoration of the rule of law and human rights further requires a full removal of the ban on political activities and the release of all political prisoners, and the establishment of institutions representative of the people's will; # Once more urges therefore the authorities to release forthwith the 13 imprisoned parliamentarians-elect, starting with those whose health is highly precarious, and to engage in a genuine dialogue with those who were elected in the 1990 elections and represent the people; # Calls upon the Member Parliaments of the IPU to strengthen their national, regional and international initiatives pressing for the respect of democratic principles in Myanmar; particularly encourages them to draw upon the parliamentary initiatives listed in the compilation; # Strongly believes that continuous attention and action by the international community is crucial in bringing about positive change in Myanmar; strongly encourages Parliaments of countries on the United Nations Security Council to press their governments to ensure that the Council receives regular briefings on the situation of Myanmar from the United Nations Secretary General; would greatly appreciate receiving information about any action to this end..." plus List of parliamentarians still reportedly serving their sentence.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 08 March 2007


Title: INITIATIVES PARLEMENTAIRES EN FAVEUR DES PARLEMENTAIRES-ELUS ET DU RESPECT DES PRINCIPES DEMOCRATIQUES AU MYANMAR - Compilation de reponses a une enquete de l'Union interparlementaire
Date of publication: August 2005
Language: Francais, French
Source/publisher: Union interparlementaire
Format/size: Word (194K)
Date of entry/update: 30 August 2005


Title: PARLIAMENTARY INITIATIVES IN FAVOUR OF PARLIAMENTARIANS-ELECT AND RESPECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES IN MYANMAR - A compilation of replies to a survey by the Inter-Parliamentary Union
Date of publication: August 2005
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: Word (201K)
Date of entry/update: 30 August 2005


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 176th session of the Governing Council (Manila, April 2005): Myanmar
Date of publication: 08 April 2005
Description/subject: Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Governing Council at its 176th session (Manila, 8 April 2005)..."... Reaffirms that the restoration of the rule of law and human rights further requires the full removal of the ban on political activities and the establishment of institutions that are representative of the people’s will; reaffirms in this respect its conviction that the National Convention, in its present form, can only be seen as a body designed to prolong and legitimise military rule against the will of the people as expressed in the 1990 elections, and that any constitution adopted by that body would lack legitimacy; 5. Calls upon the authorities to engage in a genuine dialogue with those who were elected in the 1990 elections and represent the people..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html (46K), Word (57K)
Date of entry/update: 14 April 2005


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 175th session of the Governing Council (Geneva, September-October 2004): Myanmar
Date of publication: 01 October 2004
Description/subject: Resolution adopted unanimously by the Governing Council at its 175th session (Geneva, 1st October 2004)... Lists of Parliamentarians reportedly still serving their sentence; Parliamentarians who died in custody; arliamentarians who were assassinated...The resolution comments on the cases and makes a strong criticique of the National Convnetion process, which it considers in its present form, to be "designed to prolong and legitimise military rule against the will of the people as expressed in the 1990 elections, and that any transition towards democracy will fail so long as it is not genuinely free, transparent and reflective of the people’s will, and preceded by the unconditional release of all political prisoners and the lifting of all restrictions on human rights and political activity..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU)
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 11 October 2004


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 174th session of the Governing Council, (Mexico City, April 2004): Myanmar
Date of publication: 23 April 2004
Description/subject: "The Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union ... Reaffirms its conviction that the National Convention, in its present form, is designed to prolong and legitimise military rule against the will of the people as expressed in the 1990 elections, and thus stands in direct opposition to the principle enshrined the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that the "will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government"..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html (26K)
Alternate URLs: http://www.ibiblio.org/obl/docs/IPUres-Mexico2004.htm
Date of entry/update: 04 May 2004


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 173rd session of the Governing Council, (Geneva, October 2003): Myanmar
Date of publication: 03 October 2003
Description/subject: Lists of: Parliamentarians reportedly still serving their sentence, Parliamentarians who have reportedly been detained, under house arrest or have disappeared since 30 May 2003, Parliamentarians who died in custody and Parliamentarians who were assassinated. Plus text of the resolution on Myanmar adopted unanimously by the IPU Council at its 173rd session (Geneva, 3 October 2003). Notably, this resolution contains (in para 10) a telling comment on the SPDC's "road-map": "The Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union... Expresses serious doubts about the recently presented "road map", step one of which suggests that the National Convention to be reconvened; reaffirms its conviction that the National Convention is designed to prolong and legitimise military rule against the will of the people, as expressed in the 1990 elections, and thus stands in direct opposition to the principle enshrined the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that the "will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 19 October 2003


Title: Union interparlementaire (Geneve, octobre 2003): Myanmar
Date of publication: 03 October 2003
Description/subject: Listes de: Parlementaires qui seraient toujours emprisonnés; Parlementaires qui auraient été détenus, assignés à résidence ou auraient disparu depuis le 30 mai 2003; Parlementaires décédés en détention; et Parlementaires assassinés. En plus, le texte de la resolution du Conseil Interparliamentaire qui contient notamment (para 10) un commentaire pointue sur la "feuille de route" offerte par le SPDC: "Le Conseil directeur de l'Union interparlementaire...exprime de sérieux doutes quant à la "feuille de route" récemment présentée, qui prévoit en premier lieu une nouvelle convocation de la Convention nationale; réaffirme sa conviction que la Convention nationale ne tend qu'à prolonger et à légitimer le régime militaire contre la volonté du peuple telle qu'elle s'est exprimée lors des élections de 1990 et qu'elle est donc en contradiction flagrante avec le principe consacré par la Déclaration universelle des droits de l'homme, selon lequel " la volonté du peuple est le fondement de l'autorité des pouvoirs publics..."
Language: Francais, French
Source/publisher: Union Interparliamentaire
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 19 October 2003


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 171st session of the Governing Council, (Geneva, September 2002)
Date of publication: 27 September 2002
Description/subject: Resolution adopted unanimously by the IPU Council at its 171st session (Geneva, 27 September 2002)
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 16 September 2003


Title: Union interparlementaire (Geneve, septembre 2002)
Date of publication: 27 September 2002
Description/subject: Listes de: parlementaires qui seraient toujours emprisonnés; qui auraient été libérés après avoir purgé leur peine; décédés en détention; et qui ont été assassinés... Résolution adoptée à l'unanimité par le Conseil interparlementaire à sa 171ème session (Genève, le 27 septembre 2002)
Language: Francais, French
Source/publisher: Union interparlementaire
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 16 September 2003


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 170th session of the Governing Council, (Marrakech, March 2002)
Date of publication: 23 March 2002
Description/subject: Myanmar: status of imprisoned MPs-elect and resolution adopted without a vote by the Inter-Parliamentary Council at its 170th session (Marrakech, 18, 19, 21 and 23 March 2002)
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003


Title: Union interparlementaire (Marrakech, mars 2002)
Date of publication: 23 March 2002
Description/subject: Myanmar: statut des parlementaires elus imprisons et rsolution adopte sans vote par le Conseil interparlementaire sa 170me session (Marrakech, 18, 19, 21 et 23 mars 2002)
Language: Francais, French
Source/publisher: Union Interparlementaire
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union (Ouagadougou, September, 2001)
Date of publication: 14 September 2001
Description/subject: Myanmar: status of imprisoned MPs-elect and resolution adopted without a vote by the Inter-Parliamentary Council at its 169th session, Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), 10, 11, 13 and 14 September 2001.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003


Title: Union interparliamentaire (Ouagadougou, septembre 2001)
Date of publication: 14 September 2001
Description/subject: Myanmar: statut des parlementaires elus imprisons et rsolution adopte sans vote par le Conseil interparlementaire sa 169me session, Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), 10, 11, 13 et 14 septembre 2001
Language: Francais, French
Source/publisher: Union interparliamentaire
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union (Havana, April 2001)
Date of publication: 07 April 2001
Description/subject: Myanmar: status of imprisoned MPs-elect and resolution adopted without a vote by the Inter-Parliamentary Council at its 168th session (Havana, April 2001).
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003


Title: Union Interparlementaire (Havane, avril 2001)
Date of publication: 07 April 2001
Description/subject: Myanmar: statut des parlementaires elus imprisons et rsolution adopte sans vote par le Conseil interparlementaire sa 168me session (La Havane, avril 2001)
Language: Francais, French
Source/publisher: Union Interparlementaire
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003


Title: Inter-Parliamentary Union (Jakarta, October 2000)
Date of publication: 21 October 2000
Description/subject: Myanmar: status of imprisoned MPs-elect and resolution adopted without a vote by the Inter-Parliamentary Council at its 167th session (Jakarta, 21 October 2000).
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inter-Parliamentary Union
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003


Title: Union Interparlementaire (Djakarta, octobre 2000)
Date of publication: 21 October 2000
Description/subject: Myanmar: statut des parlementaires elus imprisons et rsolution adopte sans vote par le Conseil interparlementaire sa 167me session (Djakarta, octobre 2000)
Language: Francais, French
Source/publisher: Union Interparlementaire
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003