To provide democratic change in Burma.
Financial sanctions, Burma
Burma is currently subject to UK financial sanctions
2. Trade and investment factsheets (partner names beginning with M to O)
12/02/2021 - Department for International Trade
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This factsheet provides the latest statistics on trade and investment between the
3. Sanctions (EU Exit) (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No. 2) Regulations 2020
15/06/2020 - Secondary Legislation
Found: “payment”. Amendment of the Burma (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 20194.—(1) The Burma (Sanctions) (EU Exit)
4. HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES IN MYANMAR
03/12/2018 - Early Day Motions
Found: International fact-finding mission on Myanmar (Burma) alleges that crime against humanity and war crimes
Found: Written evidence - Burma Campaign UKWritten evidence from Burma Campaign UK (FSP0006) Burma Campaign UK works
1. Burma (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019
01/05/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: will deal with Guinea-Bissau. The sanctions on Burma aim to encourage the Myanmar security forces to - Speech Link
2: the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Democracy in Burma, a founder of the Jubilee Campaign and patron of - Speech Link
2. Burma: Military Coup
02/02/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: right robustly to condemn the military coup in Burma and the incarceration of Aung San Suu Kyi. However - Speech Link
2: member, has received many messages from within Burma for concerted and robust international action. The - Speech Link
3: My Lords, is the Minister aware that I visited Burma many times to provide aid and advocacy for ethnic - Speech Link
3. Burma: Humanitarian Situation
13/09/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: acknowledge your long-standing support for the people of Burma and their journey towards democracy. I also declare - Speech Link
4. Rohingya Refugee Crisis
20/12/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: gratitude to my co-chair of the APPG on democracy in Burma, the hon. Member for Sutton and Cheam (Paul Scully) - Speech Link
2: in which people are living in the camps in both Burma and Bangladesh. Being with friends and family will - Speech Link
3: the list for repatriation refused to return to Burma as they were too afraid of the current conditions - Speech Link
5. Rohingya Refugees
17/12/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: that we have seen of the Rohingya community in Burma. On the issue of Congress, I am aware of that vote—but - Speech Link
2: prospect of the safe return of Rohingya refugees to Burma. This will remain so until we accept the full findings - Speech Link
3: talk of an agreement having been reached between Burma and Bangladesh in November this year for returns - Speech Link
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Rushanara Ali MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 7200.
Public Enquiry Point:
Karin Valtersson, Burma Campaign UK, 110 The Bon Marche Centre, 241-251 Ferndale Road, London SW9 8BJ. Tel: 020 3095 1991
No benefits in kind are on record for the Burma APPG
No direct financial benefits are on record for the Burma APPG