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Title: Burma Communist Party's Conspiracy to take over State Power and related information
Description/subject: Burma Communist Party's Conspiracy to take over State Power (Press conference); Comments made by the Burma Communist Party Politburo Members (Burmese); Bio data of the Burma Communist Party Politburo Members (Burmese); Organization Structure of the Burma Communist Party (Burmese)... Related Articles/Information: * Letter to editor sent by Ma Aye Nyein Thu (in burmese) * 01-Jan-1968 - Drug Production and Trafficking by BCP (Burma Communist Party) (Northeastern Region) (MS Word required) * 12-Nov-1988 - BCP (Burma Communist Party) fifth columnists in the midst of slogans for democracy (MS Word required) (The New Light of Myanmar article on 12-Nov-1988) * 05-Jan-1989 - Tear of Joy, Instigations by unscrupulous elements sent students and youth on the wrong path (MS Word required) * 08-Jan-1989 - Students retell their experiences of insurgent camps (MS Word required) * 09-Sep-1989 - The conspiracy of treasonous minions within the Myanmar and traitorous cohorts abroad (MS Word required) * 25-Oct-1998 - A story of BCP and NLD (MS Word required) (The New Light of Myanmar article on 25 October, 1998) * 13-Aug-1999 - Press Conference "Anti-Government Elements Conspiring to Create Disturbances" (MS Word required) * 17-Sep-1999 - Leftist-Rightist struggles that can disintegrate Myanmar (MS Word required) * 29-July-2001 - The lackeys of the Burma Communist Party (MS Word required) (The New Light of Myanmar article on 29 July, 2001) * 06-Oct-2002 - Adorable and honourable Union of Myanmar - III (MS Word required) (The New Light of Myanmar article on 6 October, 2002) (Adobe Acrobat Reader required for Myanmar Language) * 05-Jul-2003 - Daw Suu Kyi, the NLD Party and Our Ray of Hope (The New Light of Myanmar series of article (in Myanmar and English) from 5 to 23 July, 2003) * 29-Jul-2003 - No way or destination in sight (MS Word required) (The New Light of Myanmar series of article from 29 July to 7 August, 2003) * 03-Aug-2003 - The confession of a follower (MS Word required) (The New Light of Myanmar article on 3 August, 2003) * 27-Aug-2003 - Frarewell to Armed Struggle (MS Word required) (The New Light of Myanmar article on 27 August, 2003) * 24-Feb-2004 - Those who daren’t show their face — 49 (MS Word required) (The New Light of Myanmar article on 24 February, 2004) ... RELATED INTERNET LINKS * No Option But Armed Struggle If Talks Fail: Communist Party of Burma * International Communist Socialist Marxist Leninist Parties * Leftist Parties of the World (Myanmar / Burma) Last update: July 1, 2003, hosted by Marxists Internet Archive * Burma's communists regroup ("The Communist Party of Burma will try to overthrow the regime by mass uprisings")
Language: English, Burmese
Source/publisher: SLORC/SPDC
Format/size: html, Word
Date of entry/update: 06 August 2004


Title: Communist Party of Burma
Description/subject: Mostly in Burmese. One English article, "National Interest of Burma (A proposal of the Communists)"
Language: Burmese, English
Source/publisher: Communist Party of Burma
Format/size: html, pdf
Date of entry/update: 01 February 2004


Individual Documents

Title: Secrets of Commune 4828
Date of publication: August 2008
Description/subject: How communists played a shadowy role in Burma’s 1988 pro-democracy uprising
Author/creator: Aung Zaw
Language: English
Source/publisher: "The Irrawaddy" Vol. 16, No. 8
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 17 August 2008


Title: Burma Communist Party's Conspiracy to take over State Power
Date of publication: 05 August 1989
Description/subject: Special Press Conference held on 5th August 1989... State Law and Order Restoration Council Secretary (1) Brig-Gen Khin Nyunt held a special press conference with the local and foreign journalists at the Guest House No. 2 of the Ministry of Defence at 9 am on 5th August 1989... Secretary (1) Brig-Gen Khin Nyunt explained in detail, with pictures, charts and documents, how the National Intelligence Bureau had exposed and arrested those connected with the underground work of the Burma Communist Party, the attempt made by the underground BCP members to seize State power by causing disturbances in the country and the infiltration of BCP underground members into the respective political parties and their seizing of positions in them..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: SLORC press conference
Format/size: html (304K)
Date of entry/update: 06 August 2004