TAGS: Individuals at Risk, Urgent Action Network • Censorship and Free Speech, Detention and Imprisonment, Freedom of Expression, Prisoners of Conscience, Right to Organize, Women, Peace and Security, Women's Human Rights Defenders • Asia and the Pacific •
April 19, 2016

Good News! – Myanmar: Prisoner of Conscience Myat Nu Khaing Released (UA 237/15)


Myat Nu Khaing, medical doctor and former election candidate, was released from Insein prison in Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city, on 17 April. She was released as part of a Presidential pardon which saw the release of 83 prisoners, including prisoners of conscience Amnesty International has campaigned for.

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Myat Nu Khaing, medical doctor and former election candidate, was released from Insein prison in Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city, on 17 April. She was released as part of a Presidential pardon which saw the release of 83 prisoners, including prisoners of conscience Amnesty International has campaigned for.
 
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