A GOVERNMENT IS NOTHING
WITHOUT ITS PEOPLE
ANYTHING FOR THE PEOPLE
At the end of the day, none of the resources the NCGUB recommends are meant for the government. There is nothing in all these for us. Instead, we are only focus on the people. Whether it comes to attracting investors, building schools and hospitals or providing a good infrastructure, we need anything that can attract money and increase the quality of life.
Prime minister's office
The official disbanding moment
The NCGUB was officially disbanded in 2012. It was an unwritten agreement we had with those leading Burma at that time – we stopped our intense activities to change the country from the outside in exchange for democratic innovations. Fortunately, things changed into better.
Aung San Suu Kyi's release was yet another reason wherefore we disbanded. The Nobel laureate and activist was arrested for talking against the government. She was released as part of the multiple reforms from the 2010s. Her cousin Sein Win – our prime minister – has also decided to disband the NCGBU, as it seemed to be the only way to convince the Burmese leadership that things could be better for the country in a peaceful way.