Founded: 2007, 2009 Founders: Ohn Lwin Leader: Ohn Lwin Membership: The party has 15 committee members and over 30,000 members
Constituency: throughout the country; aims to field candidates in 40 to 50 constituencies Contesting in: People Parliament, National Parliament, and States or provincial Parliament Party Principle: To implement and protect national interests
Slogan: Peace is the first, Democracy is the basic, and improving people’s living standard is the essence
Headquarters: Room No. (7) (A) of Building No. (49) on 16th Street in Lanmadaw Township of Yangon Division
tel: 0950 48192/ 637076/ 095203091
The National Political Alliance League, formerly known as The National Political Alliance Party, and also the Union of Burma National Political Force before splitting with the National Political League led by Aye Lwin.
The group comprises of breakaway ‘National League for Democracy’ (NLD) party called ‘Wuntharnu NLD party’, National Politics NLD Youth (Meiktila), Patriotic National Politics Association (Taungdwingyi), Peace and Progress Organization, National Politics Rakhine State, Demo NLD (Sagaing Division), Advocators of National Politics, G-7, New Generation Students of Political Economy Study, individuals and some delegates of the National Convention.
Party Central Executive Committee
Tin Tun Maung (27.11.1944) B.Sc (Phy)
1988 to 1998 General secretary and Chairperson of NLD Mingalardong Township from
1990 - Elected MP of Mingalardong constituency No.2
1993-1995 NLD representative to the National Convention.
Expelled from NLD
2003 to 2007 National Convention representative
2005 to 2008 Organized campaigns to support a new constitution and against western sanction
2009 Founding member of NPA
Ohn Lwin (12.02.1943) 10 Grade
1958 Member of Union Youth Association 1987 Member of the Political Economy Research Extension Student group 1989 Central committee reserve-member of the Unity and Development Party and general secretary of the Myin Chyan Township UDP Participated in the New Era Politics and Economics Students’ activities after the UDP was dissolved. 2005 General secretary of the New Generation Students of Economics Research 2007 cooperated with the National Political Force 2009- NPA Vice-chairman
Kyi Win (12.09.1949) B.Sc (Maths)
1989 General-secretary NLD Mingalardong Township 1989-1991 NLD Yangon campaign organizer 1990 Elected MP of Mingalardong Township Constituency No.1 1993 NLD representative to the National Convention 1994 Individual MP and NC representative 2006-2008 Organized campaigns to support a new constitution and against western sanction 2009- Central Committee Member of NPA
Tin Win (24.02.1955) 10 Grade
1988 NLD Kyaiklatt Township General Secretary 1989 NLD Kyaiklatt Township Chairman Irrawaddy Province Campaign group member 1990 Elected MP of Kyaiklatt Township Constituency No.2 1993 Participated in the National Convention 2004 Participated in the National Convention as individual MP 2009 Became Central Committee Member of NPA
1989 Chairman of Matehteelar District Student Union and member of NLD Youth 1997 NLD Maikthilar District youth director 1998/99 Mandalay Province NLD youth member 2006 Union of Myanmar Federation of National Politics’ Central Committee member and took responsibility for communication with upper Burma
U Hla Aung (08.11.1967) 10 Grade
2009 Organized campaigns to support a new constitution and against western sanction 2009- Central Committee Member of NPA
16 Aug 2010 Ohn Lwin said The Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP), National Democratic Force (NDF) and National Unity Party (NUP) will be the strongest at the election because of their financial resources, support or popularity among voters
The party expects to win around 20 parliamentary seats.
General Secretary of National Political Alliance U Tin Win presented the party’s policy, stance and work programmes on radio and TV
The National Political Alliances League erected a signboard in Mingalardon and introduced their election candidates to the public
National Political Alliance League launched their election campaign in Magawe Tayatpin Village, Magwe Township on Sept 8, and Kantar area in Magawe city on Sept 9. 20 candidates from NPAL will contest in Magawe Division
Vice-chairman of National Political Alliance League U Ohn Lwin said “As the numbers of candidates is a lot less than expected, there will be a lot of constituencies where the party will not be able to contest and need to choose constituencies where the party will definitely win"
National Political Alliances League submitted a list of its party members
National Political Alliance held a ceremony of attaching the party signboard at the house of the party’s secretary-1 U Win Zaw in Methilar
The Union Election Commission granted permission to the National Political Alliances League with its headquarters at Room (7/A), Building (49) on 16th Street in Lanmadaw Township, Yangon Division to register as a political party as of 27 May 2010. The registration number of the National Political Alliances League is (19).
National Political Alliances League submitted its application to register as a political party
National Political Alliances League allowed to form by the Election Commission
The National Political Alliances League submitted application to the Election Commission to form as a political party.
The National Political Alliance will hold a meeting to discuss policy and choose its central executive committee members, choose 15 executive committee members from our nine groups