The four groups are the Burmese Association in Japan (BAIJ), the Burma Youth Volunteer Association (BYVA), the Students Organization for Liberation of Burma and the Burmese Women's Union-Japan Branch, according to the sources.
What does BAIJ stand for?
BAIJ stands for Burmese Association in Japan (political organization)
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They are Khin Maung Zaw, 54, chairman of the Burma Youth Volunteer Association, Soe Win, 43, chairman of the Burmese Association in Japan, and Ye Htut, 35, chairman of the National League for Democracy, Liberated Area-Japan.
The Burmese Association in Japan has been one of most active dissident groups outside the country and all three leaders of the association who returned home have been granted political asylum in Japan.