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Send Online Solidarity Messages to Burma!

Public resistance against the military regime’s elections on 7 November has been mounting inside Burma. In the last two weeks before the elections, Burma’s border-based groups, diaspora and solidarity organizations around the world are organizing actions to demonstrate their support for people inside Burma and their resistance efforts. We are also calling on national governments to denounce the elections and refuse to recognize the results.

Now is the time to stand in solidarity with the people of Burma!

This webpage is a platform for Burma individuals and international solidarity friends to voice their support for the people inside Burma continuing to resist the regime’s elections. These messages will be sent into Burma through various mediums, such as satelite TV and radio. You can either leave a message below, or tweet a message with the following hashtag: #msg4burma. To see how else you can support the solidarity movement in the lead up to the elections, please click here.

Send a message to the people of Burma

3 people have sent solidarity messages to the people of Burma!

  1. Boycott 2010 Election, it’s fake. 2008 constituation’s designed to legalise military rule in Burma.

zin khine on November 1st, 2010 at 2:21 am

  • I support your right to refuse to participate in these military selections. Save your vote for real elections!!

  • Jessica on November 1st, 2010 at 6:06 pm

  • Fake elections dont need real votes.They will be fake anyways.
    Down with Than Shwe and his cronies.

  • Shibayan Raha on November 1st, 2010 at 6:12 pm


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