1990 Election results in Shan State

 

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Courtesy:  1990 MULTI-PARTY DEMOCRACY GENERAL ELECTIONS
Compiled by Khin Kyaw Han , MP-NLD , Yenangyaung ( 2 )

 

Shan State

Location: Shan State, lying in the eastern sector of the country is situated between latitude 19º 00'and 22º 15' north and 96º 26'and 98º 47' cast longitudes. It is bordered by Kachin State on the North, the People's Republic of China on the North and East, the Lao People's Democratic Republic on the East. Thailand and Kayah and Karen States on the South and Mandalay and Sagaing Divisions on the West. Its total land area is 60.15t sq-miles. Of the states in the country. Shan State is the biggest with the largest population.

According to the latitude location except the northern sector, other sectors of the Shan State have a tropical climate with low temperature as they arc hill regions. In the coldest months of December and January, the average temperature of the region is 70ºF (21ºC) to 80ºF (2GºC). The highest temperature in Konglung, Lashio, Hsipaw and Nyaungshwe towns in low valleys, is 100ºF (37ºC) at daylight. Rainfalls arc over 60 inches at the 11ill and over 40 inches in the valleys. Not only South-west Monsoon brings rainfalls into the state but also waves of whirlwind from South China Sea produces rainfalls in late monsoon.

Population, inhabitants,
religion and languages: 

The estimated population Of Shan State in 1996 is over 4.7 million with average density of 7t per sq mile. The population is dense in Valleys and areas along railroad and motor roads and sparse in hill regions where agriculture and communications are difficult.

Inlay Lake region is an area with a strange life style. People in the region live at houses built on the edge of the lake. There are many national races residing in Shan State. Shan nationals reside in river valleys and valleys throughout the state while Danu. Taungyoe, Inn-thar (Inn-hsa) and Bamar nationals live in the west of Shan State. Palaung (Ta-aung) lives in the northern Shan State, especially in Namhsan, and Pindayas Lawksawk and Mongkai townships in the southern sector. Pa-O nationals are seen in the south of the State. Kachin and Lisu (Lishaw) in the north, Kokang in Kokang region. Wa (Lwela) in Hopang Township on the east of Salween(Thanlwin) River and Eikaw (Arkha) and Lahu in Kengtung region.

Most of the inhabitants believe in Buddhism. There are also many Muslims. Christians and Hindus in the region. Myanmar is the mainly used language in the region where national races also speak different dialects. 

Formation of districts, townships
and villages and wards: 

District of the State are Taunggyi, Loilem, Lashio, Muse, Kyaukme, Kunlong, Laukkai, Kengtung Mongsan, Monhpyak and Tachileik. Shan State is formed with 54 townships and 193 wards and village-tracts. The capital of Shan State is Taunggyi.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR DEMOCRACY ( NLD )
Name: U Sai Aung Than
Constituency: Hsipaw ( 2 )
( Eligible Voters - 13,423 ; Votes Cast - 9,461 ; Valid Votes - 8,412 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1951
Place of Birth: Minelon Village, Kyaukme
Father: U Hla Din

The Election Commission announced on 1 July 1996 that U Sai Aung Than had resigned as an MP. It is understood that the SLORC used intimidation to force him to resign. U Sai Aung Than received a Civil Engineering degree from Rangoon Institute of Technology in 1977 and worked as an engineer in Hsipaw from 1979-1980. He was a member of Hsipaw Township People's Council from 1981-1984. U Sai Aung Than was received 3,826 valid votes as 45 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Lon Kyauk
Constituency: Kengtung ( 1 )
Date of Birth: 1942
Father: U Maung Ni

U Sai Lon Kyauk passed seventh standard from Kengtung State High School in 1958. He worked as a teacher at Naung Ye State Primary School in Kengtung from 1960-1965.

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Name: U Sai Yi Tip
Constituency: Kengtung ( 2 )
Date of Birth: 1942
Parents:

U Lon Htri U Sai Yi Tip passed tenth standard in 1965 and studied first year science at Taunggyi Inter-College. He worked as a middle school teacher at Kengtung State High School No. 2.

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Name: U Khun Sai
Constituency: Kutkai ( 1 )
( Eligible Voters - 12,535 ; Votes Cast - 6,121 ; Valid Votes - 4,969 ; Number of Candidates - 5 )
Date of Birth: 1916
Place of Birth: Kutkai
Father: U Khun Jan

U Khun Sai voluntarily resigned from the NLD. He studied until ninth standard and attended Mandalay Police Academy in 1940. He worked as a sub-inspector from 1941-1942 and was a Kachin State Council member from 1953-1959. From 1959-1976 he worked in the police force rising to the position of deputy divisional police chief. ( Election Commission Announcement No. 1030 of 23-9-92 has been permitted to resign " for health reasons". WPD_24/9/92 ) U Khun Sai was received 1,761 valid votes as 35 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Myint Maung
Constituency: Lashio ( 1 )
Date of Birth: July 1946
Father: U Win Lwin

U Sai Myint Maung obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in 1970 from Rangoon University. In 1979 he became a High Court advocate in Rangoon and also served as chairman of the Association of the Advocates of Lashio Township. After the 1988 uprising, the SLORC detained him for 23 days for acting as chairman of the Lashio Township Strike Committee.

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Name: U Than Htay
Constituency: Lashio ( 2 )
Date of Birth: 1948
Father: U Ba Shin

U Than Htay has a Bachelor of Law degree and between 1965 and 1982 he worked as a clerk , an accountant and a manager. In 1983 he qualified to work as an advocate at the High Court.

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.Name: Dr. Hla Shein
Constituency: Lawksawk
Date of Birth: 1962
Place of Birth: Yale Village, Pantanaw, Irrawaddy Division
Father: U Boe Aung

Dr. Hla Shein worked as a teacher before receiving his medical degree at the Rangoon Institute of Medicine in 1966. He then worked at the Health Ministry for 18 years. Despite having numerous military training schools and battalions based in his constituency , he easily won his seat in the 1990 election over his National Unity Party ( NUP ) rival.

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Name: U Chit Khin
Constituency: Mabein
( Eligible Voters - 13,401 ; Votes Cast - 11,547 ; Valid Votes - 10,514 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1940
Place of Birth: Mabein
Father: U Ba Thwe

U Chit Khin is a member of the Mabein NLD Township Organising Committee. He graduated in science from Mandalay University in 1973 and was secretary and vice-president of Mabein Township Co-operative from 1974-1988. U Chit Khin was received 8,767 valid votes as 83 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Hsan Wonn ( aka U Sai Phone Myint )
Constituency: Monghsat
( Eligible Voters - 16,807 ; Votes Cast - 6,962 ; Valid Votes - 5,092 ; Number of Candidates - 3)
Date of Birth: 1940
Place of Birth: Waine Village, Monghsat
Father: U Shan Sai

U Hsan Wonn worked as a teacher at a primary school from 1964-1969 , and in 1974 was a member of the Monghsat Township Security and Administrative Committee. From 1974-1978 he served as an executive member of the Monghsat Township People's Council and was a part-time member of the Shan State Council from 1978-1988. U Hsan Wonn was received 2,845 valid votes as 56 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Shan Lway
Constituency: Mongkhat
Date of Birth: 1942
Place of Birth: Mine Lwae Village, Minyang
Father: U Shan Sai Kham

U Sai Shan Lway is the organiser for Monghkat Township NLD. He finished high school in 1962 and was the general secretary of Kengtung Township Co-operative from 1978-1988. He was also a member of the Monghkat BSPP Party Unit.

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Name: Dr. Ohn Maung
Constituency: Mongmit
( Eligible Voters - 28,799 ; Votes Cast - 20,929 ; Valid Votes - 17,253 ; Number of Candidates - 5 )
Date of Birth: 1932
Place of Birth: Mabain
Parents: U Maung Gyi and Daw Khin Yone

Dr. Ohn Maung passed away on 11 October 1994. He received the National Literary Award in 1979 for his book Kyundawthargyi Thayminhnint Sitkhinthu (My Son Who Fought Against Death). Dr. Ohn Maung received his medical degree from Rangoon Institute of Medicine in 1960 and went to England for a specialist degree in surgery in 1963. While in England he was in a car accident and was partially paralysed as a result. He returned to Burma in 1970 and worked as a doctor in Mogok Hospital, Mandalay Division, from 1970-1978. Dr. Ohn Maung was received 8,203 valid votes as 48 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Nwe
Constituency: Mongpyak
( Eligible Voters - 10,063 ; Votes Cast - 5,585 ; Valid Votes - 4,227 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: 1937
Place of Birth: Kengtung
Father: U Hsai Kyauk

U Sai Nwe studied until fifth standard in Kengtung and from 1952-1957 he worked in a bookstore. He now operates his own rice mill business. U Sai New was received 1,625 valid votes as 38 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: Sai Nong Tip
Constituency: Mongyang
Date of Birth: 1961
Father: U Saw Aung
Sai Nong Tip studied until tenth standard at Kengtung State High School.
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Name: U Sai Tun Aung
Constituency: Mongyawng
( Eligible Voters - 15,557 ; Votes Cast - 5,889 ; Valid Votes - 3,818 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1953
Place of Birth: Mongyawng
Father: U Saw Lon

U Sai Tun Aung passed tenth standard at Mongyawng State High School in 1971 and worked as a clerk at Myoma Township Co-operative from 1973-1985. U Sai Tun Aung was received 2,839 valid votes as 74 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: Daw May Phyo
Constituency: Namtu
( Eligible Voters - 32,696 ; Votes Cast - 20,133 ; Valid Votes - 17,838 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: 1927
Parents: U Phyo and Daw Ywat

Daw May Phyo was among the NLD representatives who boycotted the National Convention on 28 December 1995. She worked as a teacher after she received a Bachelor of Arts degree and then worked for the Mining Ministry for 19 years. From 1978-1985, she was a part-time member of the Namtu Township People's Council. Daw May Phyo was received 9,782 valid votes as 55 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Tun Aung ( aka U Tun Tun Hein )
Constituency: Nawnghkio
( Eligible Voters - 53,026 ; Votes Cast - 38,397 ; Valid Votes - 33,139 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: 1949
Place of Birth: Zebingyi Village, Pyin Oo Lwin
Parents: U Kyar Hein and Daw Mya Khin

U Tun Aung is chairman of the Nawnghkio Township NLD. He was among the NLD MPs who boycotted the National Convention in December 1995. The SLORC arrested him in September 1988 for his role as the chairman of the Nawnghkio Township General Strike Committee. U Tun Aung graduated in Science from Mandalay University in 1972 and worked as a high school teacher in Kunlong from 1973-1974. U Tun Aung was received 18,886 valid votes as 57 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Aung Than
Constituency: Pindaya
( Eligible Voters - 29,848 ; Votes Cast - 23,775 ; Valid Votes - 19,980 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: March 1941
Place of Birth: Thit Eh Bin Village, Pindaya
Parents: U Kyei Pyaung and Daw Tin

U Aung Than completed eighth standard in 1960 at the Pindaya Affiliated High School and worked as a clerk at the Communication Corporation from 1963-1974. U Aung Than was received 11,062 valid votes as 55 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Soon Hsaing
Constituency: Tachilek
( Eligible Voters - 51,351 ; Votes Cast - 17,681 ; Valid Votes - 14,148 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: 1959
Parents: U San Khet

U Sai Soon Hsaing studied at Tachilek State High School No.( 1 ) from 1965-1978 and passed eighth standard. From 1979-1989 he worked for his parents business. U Sai Soon Hsaing was received 8,901 valid votes as 63 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Kyaw Khin
Constituency: Taunggyi ( 1 )
Date of Birth: May 1939
Place of Birth: Moenyin
Parents: U Nyunt and Daw Sein Tin

U Kyaw Khin is currently under detention. He was arrested on 5 June 1996 for recording and distributing video and audio tapes containing foreign news reports and documentaries on Burma. Eight others were also charged and sentenced under the same offence. U Kyaw Khin was charged under the 1985 Video Act and was sentenced on 15 August 1996 to three years imprisonment , and was given an additional seven years under the 1950 Emergency Provision Act, Article 5 (j). U Kyaw Khin boycotted the National Convention on 28 December 1995 along with other NLD representatives. After he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree , U Kyaw Khin worked for a trade corporation and at the Parkang jade mine in Kachin State before moving to Taunggyi in 1972. After the 1988 uprising he joined the NLD and was appointed Taunggyi Township NLD organiser as well as a member of the Shan State NLD.

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Name: U Khun Pe Htwe
Constituency: Taunggyi ( 2 )
Date of Birth: October 1949
Parents: U Kyaung Mala

U Khun Pe Htwe is the Taunggyi Township NLD chief organiser. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in 1974 majoring in Forestry.

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Name: Dr. U Hlaing
Constituency: Yawnghwe ( 1 )
( Eligible Voters - 30,342 ; Votes Cast - 22,011 ; Valid Votes - 18,631 ; Number of Candidates - 5 )
Date of Birth: September 1949
Place of Birth: Heiyar Ywama Village, Inlay
Parents: U Ohn Maung and Daw Paw

The Election Commission announced on 13 September 1996 that Dr. U Hlaing had resigned as an MP. It is understood that the SLORC used intimidation to force him to resign. From 1976-1979 , Dr. U Hlaing was an assistant government doctor at Ywangan Hospital in Shan State. While he was working there he was detained from May 1979 to June 1980 by the Burma Socialist Programme Party and charged under the 1950 Emergency Provision Act , Article 5 (j) , and the 1975 State Protection Act , Article 10 (a). He was subsequently fired from his government position in 1984. Dr. U Hlaing obtained his medical degree in 1973 from the Rangoon Institute of Medicine. Dr. U Hlaing was received 11,874 valid votes as 64 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Ohn Maung
Constituency: Yaunghwe ( 2 )
( Eligible Voters - 10,090 ; Votes Cast - 7,216 ; Valid Votes - 5,575 ; Number of Candidates - 5 )
Date of Birth: July 1947
Place of Birth: Yaunghwe
Parents: U Kywe and Daw Mya Han

In 1989 , U Ohn Maung was appointed a member of the NLD's Central Committee and in July 1990 he was placed in charge of implementing a new NLD policy which involved organising people for general strikes. He was arrested in January 1991 after the SLORC found out about the new policy and was sentenced , along with U Khin Maung Tun (MP, Rangoon Division) , to 12 years imprisonment. U Ohn Maung was released in April 1992 , but before his release the Election Commission dismissed him as an MP and banned him from running in future elections. U Ohn Maung completed his secondary education at Taunggyi State High School in 1965. U Ohn Maung was received 2,900 valid votes as 52 % in 1990 elections.

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DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION FOR KAYAN NATIONAL UNITY ( DOKNU )
Name: U Khun Marko Ban
Constituency: Pekhon 
( Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 23 September 1941
Parents: U Hpu Khun Kyar and Daw Pee Mu Thaung

U Khun Marko Ban was appointed Minister for Federal Affairs of the NCGUB in July 1995. He is also a secretary of the NCUB. U Khun Marko Ban was the vice-chairman of the DOKNU and when the party was banned in 1992 and attended the National Convention. He decided to leave the National Convention in 1993 stating that he could not freely discuss matters and that the military would continue to hold on to power. He therefore left Burma in March 1993 and joined the NCGUB in Manerplaw on the Thai-Burma border. U Khun Marko Ban explained that he had travelled to the border to expose to the international community that the National Convention currently being held by SLORC is a fraud.He detailed the various restrictions imposed by SLORC on the delegates which prevented them from voicing any dissent. Infraction of any rules will result in the suspension of the delegate.He pointed out that of the 93 political parties that contested the elections in 1990 , only 10 remain.They are only allowed to exist to prove to the world that Burma has a multi-party system.But they exist only because they have been co-opted by SLORC.Finally , he said that he did not want to participate in a sham Convention and be remembered in history as a traitor.He called on his fellow delegates to join him and work to remove the military dictatorship.U Khun Marko Ban is a Kyan , formerly known as Padaung , and is from the Mong Pai area of Shan State.He worked at the Kayah State Trade Department and also for the Pekhon Township Administrative Department from 1971-1981.

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LAHU NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PARTY ( LNDP )
Name: U Daniel Aung
Constituency: Mongping
( Eligible Voters - 27,457 ; Votes Cast - 14,470 ; Valid Votes - 11,728 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 4 December 1942
Place of Birth: Lashio
Parents: U Kyar Hae and Daw Na Ga

U Daniel Aung lives in exile in Australia with his family. He was the patron of the LNDP in 1991 and a patron UNLD until the Election Commission banned both parties. U Daniel Aung attended the National Convention from its start on 9 January 1993 until the SLORC postponed it on 8 April 1994. He then left Burma along with his family because he had no confidence in the National Convention , and reached the Thai-Burma border in May 1994. He escaped to the liberated area of Burma on 1st May 1994. At the press conference in Manerplaw on 26th May 1994 , he said that he fled because he had lost faith in the National Convention.He said that delegates had to follow guidelines set by SLORC and that suggestions from delegates are not taken seriously.He claims that many restrictions are being placed on the normal activities of political parties with the aim of gradually eliminating them.He said that political party branches at the township level are being arbitrarily disbanded by SLORC on the grounds that the party has insufficient members.He also alleged that state funds are being used to build up the Union Solidarity and Development Association ( USDA ) which is supposed to be a civic organization.People are being coerced to join USDA mass rallies and , in his opinion , the USDA will replace Gen Ne Win's discredited Burmese Socialist Programme Party. U Daniel Aung has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rangoon University and from 1966-1989 he worked as an editor at the Burma News Agency which was under the control of the Information Ministry. He travelled to Vietnam in 1976 and China in 1987 as a journalist on government-sponsored trips. U Daniel Aung was received 6,407 valid votes as 55 % in 1990 elections.

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SHAN NATIONALITIES LEAGUE FOR DEMOCRACY ( SNLD )
Name: U Sai Tun Lu
Constituency: Hsenwi
Date of Birth: 1946
Place of Birth: Hsenwi
Parents: U Maung Gyi and Daw Shwe Khin

U Sai Tun Lu studied until ninth standard at Hsenwi State High School and operates his own mechanics workshop in Hsenwi. He was an executive member of the Northern Shan State Co-operative.

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Name: U Khun Tun Oo
Constituency: Hsipaw ( 1 )
( Eligible Voters - 18,139 ; Votes Cast - 12,233 ; Valid Votes - 10,577 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1943
Place of Birth: Hsenwi
Father: U Sao Kyar Zon

U Khun Tun Oo is the chairman of the SNLD. He has attended the National Convention and has frequently proposed during the Convention that Burma become a federal union. U Khun Tun Oo studied Law at Rangoon University for two years and was the personal assistant of the Indonesian Military Attach? from 1967-1977. U Khun Tun Oo was received 5,268 valid votes as 50 % in 1990 elections.

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.Name: U Tun Tin
Constituency: Kehsi
( Eligible Voters - 28,015 ; Votes Cast - 9,173 ; Valid Votes - 7,364 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1942
Place of Birth: Kehsi
Father: U Tun Hla

U Tun Tin passed away on 7 September 1992. He completed school at Laikha State High School and worked as a school principal. ( Election Commission Announcement No. 1032 of 29-9-92 states that U Tun Tin died on 7 September 92 and has therefore been cancelled from the list of representatives. WPD_30/9/92 ) U Tun Tin was received 6,368 valid votes as 86 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Leik
Constituency: Kunheng
( Eligible Voters - 14,305 ; Votes Cast - 7,231 ; Valid Votes - 6,179 ; Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 1940
Place of Birth: Kyailun Sum Village, Kunheng
Father: U Wumsum

U Sai Leik is the patron of the Kunheng Township SNLD. He passed seventh standard at Loilem State High School , and from 1974-1985 he was an executive member of the Kunheng Township People's Council. U Sai Leik was received 5,195 valid votes as 84 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Hla Pe ( aka Sai Hpa )
Constituency: Kyaukme 
( 1 ) ( Eligible Voters - 39,398 ; Votes Cast - 23,709 ; Valid Votes - 18,681 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: 1950
Place of Birth: Panhike Village, Namatu
Parents: U Pao Kwe and Daw Hswe Kham Si

U Hla Pe is Secretary ( 1 ) of the SNLD's Central Organising Committee and has a Bachelor of Economics degree. U Hla Pe was received 9,045 valid votes as 48 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Hsaung Hsi ( aka Nelson )
Constituency: Kyaukme ( 2 )
( Eligible Voters - 32,502 ; Votes Cast - 19,963 ; Valid Votes - 16,597 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: 1948
Father: U Kawli

U Sai Hsaung Hsi studied at Saint Michael High School in Maymyo from 1954-1965 and has a Bachelor of Science degree from Mandalay University. U Sai Hsaung His was received 8,427 valid votes as 51 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Tha Tun Mya
Constituency: Laikha
( Eligible Voters - 22,266 ; Votes Cast - 12,480 ; Valid Votes - 10,680 ; Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 1938
Place of Birth: Mongye
Father: U Swle

U Tha Tun Mya studied at Taunggyi College and at Rangoon University. He was the chairman of Taunggyi College Student Federation and the Shan State Students' Unity Association. He attended the BSPP's basic political training in 1966 , and from 1966-1981 was a member , secretary and chairman of the BSPP Party Unit Committee in Laikha , Mongkai and Monghsu. U Tha Tun Mya received 8,615 valid votes as 81 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Tun Aung
Constituency: Langhko
( Eligible Voters - 18,141 ; Votes Cast - 13,243 ; Valid Votes - 10,598 ; Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 1958
Place of Birth: Langhko
Father: U Lone Sai Lon

U Sai Tun Aung is the chairman of the Langhko Township SNLD. He studied at Taunggyi Regional College and at Rangoon Veterinary University and has a Veterinary degree. He operates his own veterinary clinic. U Sai Tun Aung was received 8,939 valid votes as 84 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Tun Kyaw ( aka U Tun Kyaw )
Constituency: Loilem
( Eligible Voters - 46,006 ; Votes Cast - 24,400 ; Valid Votes - 18,059 ; Number of Candidates - 5 )
Date of Birth: 1945
Father: U Pye

U Sai Tun Kyaw studied until eighth standard and worked as a teacher from 1967-1972. He was also a member of the Panglong Township People's Council. U Sai Tun Kyaw was received 6,946 valid votes as 38 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Ok ( aka Sai Tin Aung )
Constituency: Maukmai
( Eligible Voters - 5,557 ; Votes Cast - 3,838 ; Valid Votes - 3,024 ; Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 1958
Father: U Than

U Sai Ok has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Rangoon University. He worked for the Irrigation Department and then started his own farming business. U Sai Ok was received 2,626 valid votes as 87 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Win Pe
Constituency: Monghsu
( Eligible Voters - 21,294 ; Votes Cast - 10,221 ; Valid Votes - 8,465 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1957
Place of Birth: Taunggyi
Parents: U San Pwint and Daw Hnin Ye

U Sai Win Pe is in charge of the SNLD's Taunggyi branch and has a Diploma of Office Administration from Taunggyi College. He also graduated in Psychology from Mandalay University in 1983 and became a higher grade pleader in 1988. U Sai Win Pe was received 5,523 valid votes as 65 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Om
Constituency: Mongkai
( Eligible Voters - 24,541 ; Votes Cast - 15,652 ; Valid Votes - 13,544 ; Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 1955
Place of Birth: Mongkai
Parents: U Kham Saw Nanda

U Sai Om is secretary of the Mongkai Township SNLD. He graduated in Botany from Mandalay University in 1980 and worked as a secondary school teacher at Mongkai State High School and later as a herbal medicine trader. U Sai Om was received 12,012 valid votes as 89 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Khun Pwint
Constituency: Mongnai 
( Eligible Voters - 8,575 ; Votes Cast - 6,254 ; Valid Votes - 5,343 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1923
Place of Birth: Kyailonn Village, Kunhein
Father: U Yawk Ngin
U Khun Pwint studied at Mongnai State High School until seventh standard. His family was one of the many royal families in Shan State , and when his father retired in 1959 he became the Count of Kyailonn until the military coup in 1962. U Khun Pwint was received 3,145 valid votes as 59 % in 1990 elections.
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Name: U Sai Moe Kyi
Constituency: Mongpan
( Eligible Voters - 4,789 ; Votes Cast - 3,422 ; Valid Votes -3,007 ; Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 1934
Parents: U Kyaung Nyunt and Daw San Pwint

U Sai Moe Kyi finished high school in 1951 and joined the army in 1953. He served in the military intelligence force and he retired as a sergeant in 1966. He was chairman of the Mongpan Security and Administrative Council, and from 1974-1977 was chairman of the Mongpan Township People's Council. He was also a member of Mongpan BSPP Party Unit and resigned from the BSPP in 1982. U Sai Moe Kyi was received 2,519 valid votes as 84 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Hla Din
Constituency: Mongrai
( Eligible Voters - 9,323 ; Votes Cast - 5,489 ; Valid Votes - 4,385 ; Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 1919
Father: U Sa
U Hla Din worked as a policeman in Hsipaw Township from 1936-1952. He then worked in the tea business in Monglon for six years before rejoining the police force and retiring in 1979. U Hla Din was received 3,472 valid votes as 79 % in 1990 elections.
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Name: U Sai Kyaw Sein
Constituency: Mongton 
( Eligible Voters - 7,958 ; Votes Cast - 4,374 ; Valid Votes - 3,567 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Parents: U Lon Kyaung Panna 

U Sai Kyaw Sein passed away on 4 April 1991. He passed eighth standard at Mongton State Middle School and then worked at the Peasant Council of the BSPP for six years. He was chairman of one of the People's Councils in Mongton and resigned from the BSPP in 1988. U Sai Kyaw Sein was received 2,619 valid votes as 73 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Hla Pe
Constituency: Muse ( 1 )
( Eligible Voters - 24,082 ; Votes Cast - 17,217 ; Valid Votes - 15,969 ; Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 1953
Place of Birth: Tawywat Village, Muse
Parents: U Sai Khum Hein and Daw Swe Khum
U Sai Hla Pe passed tenth standard and worked as a primary school teacher from 1975. He was deputy in charge of the Muse Township Co-operative from 1978-1980. U Sai Hla Pe was received 14,603 valid votes as 91 % in 1990 elections.
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Name: U Sai Maung Lay
Constituency: Muse ( 2 )
( Eligible Voters - 16,485 ; Votes Cast - 10,058 ; Valid Votes - 8,556 ; Number of Candidates - 2 )
Date of Birth: 1947
Place of Birth: Kyaukme
Parents: U Hla Maung and Daw Mine Khum

U Sai Maung Lay graduated in Botany from Mandalay University in 1972 and worked as a clerk at Muse Township Co-operative for two years. From 1976-1984 he was secretary and then vice-chairman of Muse Township Co-operative , and was also a member of the Muse Township Council of People's Justice. U Sai Maung Lay was received 4,500 valid votes as 53 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Tha Aye
Constituency: Namhkam
( Eligible Voters - 44,789 ; Votes Cast - 36,095 ; Valid Votes - 32,298 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Place of Birth: Hsenwi
Father: U Wa Harwam and Daw Kham Sa

U Sai Tha Aye is a member of the SNLD Central Executive Committee. He studied until regional college and then attended training at the Mandalay Police Academy. He was a police officer from 1960-1985 and was chairman of the Namhkam Township People's Council from 1974-1984. U Sai Tha Aye was received 20,198 valid votes as 63 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sai Tin Win
Constituency: Namtsang
( Eligible Voters - 20,941 ; Votes Cast - 11,428 ; Valid Votes - 9,736 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1943
Place of Birth: Loilem
Father: U Mya Kyi

U Sai Tin Win completed high school in 1963. In 1981 he was secretary of Namtsang Township People's Council when all members of the Council were arrested by the BSPP. U Sai Tin Win was received 3,752 valid votes as 39 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Sao Tha Tint
Constituency: Pinlaung ( 2 )
( Eligible Voters - 1,700 ; Votes Cast - 1,464 ; Valid Votes - 1,302 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth:  April 1934
Parents: Lord Sao Kham Chok and Maha Devi Sao Mya Sit

U Sao Tha Tint died on 26 September 1990. He completed high school in 1958 and worked as a member of Pinlaung Township People's Council during the BSPP era. ( Election Commission Announcement No. 900 of 5-10-90 , notes that U Sao Tha Tint died on 26 september 90 and that his name is therefore removed from the list of representatives. WPD_6/10/90 ) U Sao Tha Tint was received 937 valid votes as 72 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Khun Gyi
Constituency: Tangyan ( 1 )
( Eligible Voters - 10,447 ; Votes Cast - 4,251 ; Valid Votes - 3,411 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: 1930
Parents: U Khun Sein and Daw Nine

U Khun Gyi attended Taunggyi Teacher Training School in 1953 and worked as a teacher at Hkine Part Village in Tangyan. He is now working as a farmer in Tangyan. U Khun Gyi was received 1,865 valid votes as 55 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Tun Hsa ( aka U Sai Tun Win )
Constituency: Tangyan ( 2 )
( Eligible Voters - 12,492 ; Votes Cast - 6,647 ; Valid Votes - 5,694 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: 1947
Place of Birth: Kattaung Village
Parents: U Khan Ywat and Daw Nan Luk

U Tun Hsa passed tenth standard at Taunggyi State High School No.6 in 1970. He attended Taunggyi College in 1970 and graduated in History in 1972. He was a member of the Tangyan Township Council of People's Justice from 1978-1981 and an executive committee member of the Tangyan Township People's Council from 1981-1988. He is working as a farmer in Tangyan. U Tun Hsa was received 2,322 valid votes as 41 % in 1990 elections.

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SHAN STATE KOKANG DEMOCRATIC PARTY ( SSKDP )
Name: U Yankyin Maw
Constituency: Kunlong
Date of Birth: 1938
Place of Birth: Yantaw Shen Village, Kokang
Parents:  

U Yanwin Pyaung and Daw Li Shoutlouk U Yankyin Maw is the chairman of the SSKDP and has attended the National Convention.

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TA-ANG ( PALAUNG ) NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR DEMOCRACY ( TNLD )
Name: U Ai Yi ( aka U Hla Han )
Constituency: Kutkai ( 2 )
( Eligible Voters - 6,898 ; Votes Cast - 4,522 ; Valid Votes - 3,774 ; Number of Candidates - 6)
Date of Birth: 1946
Place of Birth: Laukhun Village, Kutkai
Parents: U Maukhum and Daw Aye Pwint
The SLORC banned the TNLD on 13 February 1992. From 1974-1988 , U Ai Yi was a member of the Kutkai Township People's Council. He passed ninth standard at Kutkai State High School and used to work for the Trade Department. U Ai Yi was received 1,316 valid votes as 35 % in 1990 elections.
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Name: U Tun Kyaw
Constituency: Namhsan
( Eligible Voters - 19,346 ; Votes Cast - 10,914 ; Valid Votes - 9,534 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1949
Place of Birth:  Manlang Village, Namsan
Parents: U Aike Sin and Daw Hl

U Tun Kyaw is a Central Committee member of the TNLD and chairman of the party's Namsan Township Organising Committee. He received an Agricultural degree from Mandalay University in 1974 and was a part time member of the Namsan Township People's Council from 1978-1988. He was also secretary of the Township Co-operative as well as vice-chairman of the Township Peasants' Association. U Tun Kyaw was received 6,095 valid votes as 64 % in 1990 elections.

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UNION DANU LEAGUE FOR DEMOCRACY ( UDLD )
Name: U Myint Than
Constituency: Kalaw
( Eligible Voters - 62,010 ; Votes Cast - 37,984 ; Valid Votes - 31,178 ; Number of Candidates - 6 )
Date of Birth: July 1947
Parents: U Nyo Saint and Daw Shwe

The SLORC banned the UDLD on 13 February 1992. U Myint Than has a Bachelor of Education degree and from 1971-1989 worked as high school teacher at Aung Ban State High School 1971. U Myint Than was received 11,232 valid votes as 36 % in 1990 elections.

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UNION NATIONAL DEMOCRACY PARTY ( UNDP )
Name: U Aung Thein
Constituency: Ywangan
( Eligible Voters - 28,996 ; Votes Cast - 23,488 ; Valid Votes - 18,168 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: 1948
Place of Birth: Tavoy
Father: U Maung Than
The SLORC banned the UNDP on 18 March 1992. U Aung Thein studied at schools in Tavoy and Rangoon and passed second year Science at Taunggyi Inter-College in 1964. He attended medic training in 1966 and worked as a medic at Ywangan Township for 11 years before working as a farmer. U Aung Thein was received 7,905 valid votes as 44 % in 1990 elections.
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UNION PA-O NATIONAL ORGANIZATION ( UPNO )
Name: U San Hla
Constituency: Hopong
Date of Birth: 1940
Place of Birth: Hopong
Father: U Kungmar

U San Hla is an executive member of the UPNO and was a member of Hopong Township People's Council from 1974-1982.

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Name: U Sein Win
Constituency: Hsi Hseng
( Eligible Voters - 11,149 ; Votes Cast - 7,096 ; Valid Votes - 5,944 ; Number of Candidates - 4 )
Date of Birth: September 1941
Place of Birth: Naung Tsom Village, Hopong
Father: U Sayalay

U Sein Win studied at Taing Chit School in Mandalay and worked as a teacher for three years from 1965. He was also an executive member of the Hsi Hseng Township People's Council from 1981 until the 1988 uprising. U Sein Win was received 2,110 valid votes as 36 % in 1990 elections.

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Name: U Maung Gyi
Constituency: Pinlaung ( 1 ) 
( Eligible Voters - 7,917 ; Votes Cast - 6,056 ; Valid Votes - 4,716 ; Number of Candidates - 3 )
Date of Birth: January 1937
Place of Birth: Tikyit Village, Pinlaung
Father: U Ka Kay

U Maung Gyi studied at Kalaw , Mandalay and Rangoon and obtained a degree from Rangoon University where he was vice-chairman of the Pa-O Students' Union. He later worked as the chief clerk of Pinlaung Township BSPP Party Unit for three years , and in 1974 was elected the Member for Pinlaung Township. U Maung Gyi was received 2,761 valid votes as 59 % in 1990 elections.

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NATIONAL UNITY PARTY ( NUP )
Name: U Khun Tun Lu
Constituency: Hopang
U Khun Tun Lu is a Member of Parliament ( MP ) representing the National Unity Party ( NUP ).After the 1990 elections , U Saw Philip @ U Philip Sam lodged a complaint against U Khun Tun Lu with the Election Tribunal No. (4). At the hearing the court found there was not enough evidence against U Khun Tun Lu , and dismissed the complaint.