|Name Sein Myint|
|Majority 28,259 (55%)|
Constituency Bogale № 2
|Preceded by Constituency established|
Born 13 April 1954 (age 61) Gadongani village, Bogale Township, Burma (1954-04-13)
Political party National League for Democracy
Education University of Medicine 1, Yangon
Party National League for Democracy
Similar People Aung San Suu Kyi, Tin Oo, Win Tin
Succeeded by Constituency abolished
Sein Myint (Burmese: စိန်မြင့်) is a Burmese politician and former political prisoner In the Burmese general election, 1990, he was elected as an Pyithu Hluttaw MP, winning a majority of 28,259 (55% of the votes), but was never allowed to assume his seat.
In 1980, he obtained a medical degree (MBBS) from the Rangoon Institute of Medicine and ran a private clinic from 1981 to 1989.
From 9 August to 30 October 1989, he was sentenced to the Bassein prison under the 1975 State Protection Act's Article 10a, for his involvement in organizing a trip by Aung San Suu Kyi to the Irrawaddy Division. From November 1991 to January 1992, he was arrested for allegedly participating in the Karen National Union's underground movement.