Moethee Zun

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Moethee Zun "has played a central role in Burma's struggle for democracy, first as organizer of the Burmese underground student movement and later as co-founder of Burma's second-largest political party, the Democratic Party for a New Society. His fellowship allowed him to complete a book documenting his personal struggle for democracy in Burma." [1]

In 2000 "Moethee Zun, deputy chairman of the All-Burma Students' Democratic Front, is among the most prominent Burmese dissidents based in Thailand." [2]

Moethee Zun is also the president and the founder of Democratic Federation of Burma.

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  1. Past Fellows, NED, accessed September 14, 2007.
  2. Thais arrest Burmese dissident, Burma Library, accessed December 14, 2007.