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Sanda Min

Preceded by  Thein Sein
Children  Han Htoo Bala
Constituency  Zabuthiri Township
Name  Sanda Min

Nationality  Burmese
Role  Politician
Spouse(s)  Maung Maung
Alma mater  University of Yangon
Sanda Min Sanda Min at the National League for Democracy Headquarters in
Born  5 November 1968 (age 47) Rangoon, Burma (1968-11-05)
Political party  National League for Democracy
Party  National League for Democracy
Residence  Bahan Township, Myanmar (Burma)
Similar People  Win Tin, Aung San Suu Kyi, Tin Oo

Sanda Min (Burmese: စန္ဒာမင်း, also spelt Sandar Min) is a Burmese politician and former political prisoner, currently serving as a Yangon Region Hluttaw MP for Seikkyi Kanaungto Township. In the Burmese by-elections, 2012, she contested the Zabuthiri Township constituency for a seat in the Pyithu Hluttaw, the country's lower house, and won the seat that Thein Sein vacated in 2011 to become President of Burma.

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She was released on 13 January 2012, as part of a national amnesty, after spending 5 years in jail, after protesting fuel price hikes with the 88 Generation Students Group in 2007. Sanda Min has spent several stints in prison for her political work: 1989 to 1992, 1996, and 2007 to 2012.


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