Myanmar National Truth and Justice Party
အမွန္တရား ႏွင့္ မွ်တမႈ အတြက္ ျမန္မာ အမ်ဳိးသား ပါတီ
Founded: 11 March 1989
Operational area: Mong Koe and Laukkai in Kokang region
Estimated strength: 2,000+
Leader: Peng Deren
Myanmar National Truth and Justice Party and Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army
was established after the Kokang army led by Peng Jiasheng split from Burma Communist Party and signed a ceasefi re agreement with State Law and Order Restoration Council in
1989. Kokang region became Shan state special region (1) after MNDAA signed a ceasefire agreement. However, when 20 years later, Myanmar army attacked MNDAA in Laukkai
on 27 September 2009 after MNDAA rejected to transform into Border Guard Force (BGF).
Kokang army split two factions after Myanmar army captured Laukkai. One faction could
successfully transform into BGF 1006 and another faction led by Peng Jiasheng went underground. MNDAA has become a UNFC and NCCT member in 2013. Currently, MNDAA joined The Federal Political Negotiation and Consultative Committee(FPNCC) in April 2017. In 2015, withdraw from the NCCT and June the same year officially withdrew from the UNFC. In June 2017, officially resigned from UNFC.
Armed wing: Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) (aka Kokang army)
Government name: Shan state special region 1
Ceasefire & Peace Process
2015: fighting with Tatmadaw
but unknown exact battle number.
2016: fighting alongside northern alliance – Burma.
Gen Secretary and Commander in Chief: Peng Dern (a) Peng Daxun
Deputy Commander in Chief: Yan Wenzhou
Deputy Commander in Chief and Cheif of Staff: Peng Dejun
Spokesperson: U Tun Myat Lin
Alliance: FPNCC, Northern Alliance – Burma
Political Demands: Restoring self-administration in Kokang region; Kokang people must have ethnic rights like other ethnics and citizen rights. Leadership
U Peng Jiasheng (Patron) U Peng Deying (a) U Peng Daxun (General Secretary and
Commander in Chief) Yan Win Zhong (Deputy commander in chief) Peng Dechun (chief of staff) U Tun Myat Lin (Spokesperson)
Email: [email protected]
Official delegation team
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MNDAA sent an open letter to President Thein Sein on 16 Feb 2015. In the letter, MNDAA called for political talks.
17 October 2015 – MNDAA chairperson released 17/10 statement
10 September 2015 – AA, MNDAA and TNLA released a statement on EAOs – President meeting
05 August 2015 – AA, MNDAA and TNLA released a joint statement to call for ceasefire (Eng)
05 August 2015 – AA, MNDAA and TNLA released a joint statement to call for ceasefire (Bur)
10 June 2015 – MNDAA announced unilateral ceasefire
19 April 2015 – MNDAA released a statement of battle news
01 Mar, 2015 – MNDAA, TNLA and AA released a joint statement
16 Feb, 2015 – MNDAA sent an open letter to President Thein Sein on 16 Feb 2015