Founders agree to change name from ‘Mon Party’ to ‘Mon Unity Party’
During his lifetime, Nai Ngwe Thein fought for democracy and rights for his ethnic Mon people under four generations of military dictatorship, undeterred by four prison sentences.
The Mon National Party and the All Mon Region Democracy Party will join forces to contend for a larger share than the combined four seats won among them in the 2015 elections.
‘Dare to Rebel’ posters are too harshly opposed to the Union government, the military says.
The Mon National Representative Party will soon register with the UEC in order to contest the 2020 elections and “truly represent all Mon people.”