Aung Din - Burma
Then we made a one week -- we called for civil disobedience. Civil disobedience we mean, at the time the [Burmese military] regime made the announcement -- put the martial law in the country. Then more than five person are not allowed to gather. And there is a lot of "no marching," "no gathering," so many restrictions. So, our civil disobedience campaign is that we would challenge these affairs, rules and laws- that we will gather more than five person. We will talk about politics and we will talk about the national reconciliation. We’ll talk about democracy and human right. We will march anywhere as long as we can. So, this is our campaign. We try to bring back the courage of the people by using this one week of civil disobedience.