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Int’l Peace Organization, HWPL, Calls on Human Rights Crisis in Myanmar


Peace INGO from South Korea, Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), released a Statement on recent Friday, and called international community to raise their voices over the military regime to stop violence and resolve the problems by means on dialogue. 

HPWL’s recent activity on peace (photo: HPWL)

HPWL highlights that the recent efforts of the Myanmar military to suppress nonviolent protests have led to dozens of deaths and hundreds of injuries.  It regrets that the numbers of deaths and injuries are still increasing. 

“Human life must not be disregarded in any circumstances.  No conflict of political conflict can justify violence against civilians and no interest of any group can prevail over human life”, said in the Statement. 

As an international peace advocate organization, HWPL opposed all types of violence around the world and it calls to Myanmar military regime, to ‘respect people’s human rights and freedom of expression, and call to all parties to engage in dialogue to seek a peaceful resolution.

HWPL, led by its Chairman, Man Hee Lee, has wider networks and members in Asia, Africa and North and South America working for world peace in various methods.  Therefore, it asks, the global family of peace to issue Statements urging (Myanmar military) authorities and civilians in Myanmar to pursure dialogue and seek a peaceful solution in order to restore peace in the country’.

Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) is a global organization found in South Korea by Chairman Man Hee Lee, that is committed to spreading world peace through their Legislate Peace Campaign. HWPL and it’s three years of community support from all over the world hope to pass the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) to the United Nations, an enforceable law that would preserve human rights by refraining States from using military force that would, in turn, impact another’s political independence and freedom.

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