|Preceded by Pwint Hsan|
Name May Myint
Majority 60,216 (77.5%)
Parents Thaung Nyunt
Occupation Physician, Politician
|Born 8 March 1950 (age 71) Moulmein, Burma (1950-03-08) |
Political party National League for Democracy
Alma mater Institute of Medicine-1, Rangoon (MBBS)
Education University of Medicine 1, Yangon
Party National League for Democracy
Similar People Tin Oo, Win Tin, Aung San Suu Kyi
Dr.May Win Myint (Burmese: မေဝင်းမြင့်) is a Burmese politician and member of the National League for Democracy's Central Executive Committee.
In the Burmese by-elections, 2012, she contested the Mayangon Township constituency and won a Pyithu Hluttaw seat.
She contested the Mayangon Township constituency № 2 and won a Pyithu Hluttaw seat in the Burmese general election, 1990, but was not allowed to assume her role. May Win Myint graduated from the Institute of Medicine-1, Rangoon with a medical degree in 1976 and spent a decade practicing medicine in Rangoon (now Yangon), before joining the National League for Democracy in 1988, during the 8888 Uprising.
On 28 October 1997, she was arrested and charged on 26 November 2007 under the 1950 Emergency Act, after NLD members tried to meet with Aung San Suu Kyi, who was in house arrest at the time. She was subsequently jailed for 7 years at the Insein Prison, and her prison term was given 2 one-year extensions. May Win Myint was released on 28 September 2008.