Nov 19, KCA statement .pdf
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November 22, 2014
KCA, a non-profit and non-religious organization chartered to voice the concerns of
Kachins living in Burma, and assist in social and cultural matters of Kachins residing
KCA sincerely believes that the national reconciliation of the people of Burma can be
achieved only through negotiations on the principles of the Panglong Concordat of
1947 where the Union of Burma was conceived. The national reconciliation is of
utmost importance to a last peace in Burma. Securing a lasting peace will require
trust and genuine desire from both the government and the ethnic groups after going
through the longest civil war in world history.
We are outraged and shocked to learn that the Burmese Army deliberately planned
and fired 105 mm mortar on 19 November, 2014 that killed 23 cadets from KIA officer
training school and seriously injuring 20 others.
The latest cowardly atrocity of the Burmese Tatmadaw has eroded our trust on the
previous agreement of 13th May 2014 to de-escalate the military tensions. Once again
the Myanmar Tatmadaw has proven that lie-ing the very concept of truth is the hall
mark of their motto.
We strongly condemn such deliberated atrocity as it has caused a tremendous
obstacle in the nationwide peace process.
We strongly demand President Thein Sein to take full responsibility and be held
accountable for the November 19 violation as a step to a lasting peace which the entire
people of Burma obsess and to rectify the damage that Tatmadaw has caused by the
immediate and complete withdrawal of its imperialist Tatmadaw from the Kachin area
of Hka Ya Bum mountain range.
Our thoughts and prayers are for those youths who have made a supreme sacrifice
for the country and people as we convey our profound condolence to the remaining
family members and believe that these youths will now Rest in Peace.
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