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Myanmar urges exposure of possible terrorist attacks
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14:05, July 04, 2007

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The Myanmar authorities have urged people in the country to keep vigilant and expose possible terrorist attacks ahead of resumption of the constitutional national convention, the official newspaper New Light of Myanmar reported Wednesday.

The official report said that some five terrorists have been sent to Yangon since last month by the All Burma Students' Democratic Front (ABSDF) and the other groups respectively led by Ohn Chit and Nan Devi Kyaw to Pyu, Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay.

The ABSDF is a students' armed organization declared by the government as a terrorist one in April 2006.

The alleged terrorists also involve those from the Democratic Alliance of Burma (DAB), who have secretly transported explosives into the country through Maesot-Myawaddy road, the report said.

The authorities charged these groups with trying to commit destructive acts inside the nation with the intention of jeopardizing national peace and stability, gaining right for anti-government groups including the National League for Democracy (NLD) to participate in the resuming national convention and pressing the government to accept their tripartite dialogue for national reconciliation.

The authorities called on the people to join hands to crush all internal and external destructive elements to safeguard the sound foundation of peace, stability, development and modernization.

The final session of Myanmar's national convention to lay down detailed basic principles of the remaining chapters for drawing upa new state constitution is set to begin on July 18.

The reconvening of the constitutional national convention constitutes the first step of the government's seven-step roadmap introduced in 2003.

Source: Xinhua



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