NLD


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NLD

abbr.
nonverbal learning disorder
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NLD party Bawamyint Ward office chairman Aye Win told Mizzima that the police were viewing CCTV footage recorded by nearby buildings and hoped that the suspects would be caught soon.
NLD is one of many facilities required to achieve EMs Direct Feed Low-Activity Waste approach to feed waste directly from the Hanford tank farms to the LAW Facility in advance of the court-ordered milestone date of 2023.
As per local media reports, NLD chief Suu Kyi told members of her party's Central Executive Committee (CEC) on Saturday that she would like to step down if possible.
Nyein Chan, who has been an NLD member since 2008, was arraigned at Letpadan township court on 15 December, and subsequently held in custody on remand.
Consequently, because the ruling government did not rig the results of the election, the NLD won 82 percent of the 400 seats in parliament, while the USDP won less than 10 percent.
Action against hate-speech and extremists - Take action to prevent hate speech and incitement of violence, and demonstrate moral leadership, with Aung San Suu Kyi and other NLD leaders personally and specifically speaking out against prejudice and hatred, and challenging the extreme nationalist narrative.
The wildly popular Suu Kyi and the NLD won a landslide electoral victory in November, but she is barred from holding the presidency herself under a junta-drafted 2008 constitution because her children are not Myanmar citizens.
It is widely speculated that that the NLD will get the president's post and a vice president's seat due to its majority in both the houses of the parliament.
NLD Chairperson Aung San Suu Kyi summoned the meeting attended by the party's elected parliament representatives in Yangon.
Under a new mandate, Suu Kyi, 67, will take the reins in steering the fractious NLD toward scheduled parliamentary elections in 2015.
Hundreds of NLD members have gathered in Yangon for the conference in a display of political strength that would have been unthinkable under the junta.