All Burma Students’ Democratic Front

မြန်မာနိုင်ငံလုံးဆိုင်ရာ ကျောင်းသားများ ဒီမိုကရက်တစ် တပ်ဦး

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SUMMARY

Founded: November 1, 1988

Headquarters: KNU controlled area

Operational Area: KIA and KNU controlled areas

Estimated strength: 600+ (about 200 in Kachin state)

Leader:

  • Chairperson: U Than Khe
  • Vice-Chairperson U Myo Win
  • General SecretaryU Sonny Mahindra

The ABSDF is a student army that formed after the 1988 uprisings. Their objective is to fight for democracy and human rights in Myanmar alongside other democratic and ethnic nationality forces. They have 7 camps along the Myanmar-Thailand border, 3 camps along the Myanmar-India border and 3 camps on the Myanmar-China border. The ABSDF also has foreign branches in the US and Australia.

Aims and Objectives

  1. To liberate the peoples of Burma from the oppression of military dictatorship
  2. To achieve democracy and human rights
  3. To attain internal peace
  4. To bring about the emergence of a federal union in Burma

CEC members:

  1. Chairperson: Than Khe
  2. Vice-Chairperson: Myo Win
  3. General Secretary: Sonny Mahinder
  4. Joint-General Secretary (1): Myint Hein
  5. Joint-General Secretary (2): Khin Kyaw
  6. Central Leading Committee: Salai Yaw Aung
  7. Central Leading Committee: Wai Lynn Zin
  8. Central Committee Member: Soe Htut
  9. Central Committee Member: Moe Kyaw Oo
  10. Central Committee Member: Kyaw Ko
  11. Central Committee Member: Maung Oo
  12. Central Committee Member: Aye Lwin
  13. Central Committee Member: Thant Chain Myint
  14. Central Committee Member: Kyaw Kyaw Lin
  15. Central Committee Member: Dee Yu
  16. Central Committee Member (Reserve): Mya Win
  17. Central Committee Member (Reserve): Aung Win Tin
  18. Central Committee Member (Reserve): Thein Lwin
 

Peace Process

Stage 1: State level ceasefire agreement on 5 August 2013
Stage 2: State level ceasefire agreement on 10 August 2013


The ABSDF is a student army that formed after the 1988 uprisings. Their objective is to fight for democracy and human rights in Myanmar alongside other democratic and ethnic nationality forces. They have 7 camps along the Myanmar-Thailand border, 3 camps along the Myanmar-India border and 3 camps on the Myanmar-China border. The ABSDF also has foreign branches in the US and Australia.


Official delegation team

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Liaison offices

  1. Myawaddy
  2. Yangon

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