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Friday, February 3, 2012

Structure of National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma (NCGUB)

http://www.ncgub.net/mediagallery/download.php?mid=20070512124521342

Prime Minister Dr. Sein Win
Minister for Federal and Ethnic Affairs Khon Manko Ban
Minister for Foreign Affairs U Bo Hla-Tint
Minister for Information and Public Relations Dr. Tint Swe
Minister of the Prime Minister's Office U Win Hlaing
Minister for Labor Affairs Khun Myint Tun
Minister for Education U Tun Win

Dr Sein Win was re-elected as prime minister after elected representatives cast their secret ballots at the Fourth Congress of the Members of Parliament Union in Malahide, Ireland, on 23 January 2009.

Dr Sein Win nominated six elected representatives as members of his Cabinet and the MPU Congress also confirmed their nominations through secret ballots.

Institutions NCGUB established

Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) was established on July 19, 1992 funded by Norwegian Government. Prime Minister Dr. Sein Win has been a member of the Board of Directors. Later, DVB became an independent radio station.

National Health and Education Committee (NHEC), providing health and education assistance to ethnic nationalities and schools, was established and it has been closely working with NCGUB until now.

Euro-Burma Office (EBO) was established and it has been providing programs, financial and logistics to ethnic and political organizations. It is also became an independent EBO office in Europe.

National Reconciliation Program was established under the EBO to reestablish mutual understanding and reconciliation between different ethnic groups and factions with the aim to achieve unity among all ethnic groups.

The Burma Fund (TBF), think tank organization working for the NCGUB, was established. It has been publishing research papers and providing and consulting economic, political, and regional forums.

NOTE:
- U Win Hlaing submitted his resignation in 2011
- U Khun Myint Tun submitted his resignation in 2011
- U Tun Win resettled in the States in 2011

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