Burma Act Bill
| The Burma Advocacy Group believes the Burma Bill is our greatest opportunity to achieve:
- an end to the human tragedy and crimes against humanity in Burma,
- an end the brutal military dictatorship in Burma, and
- an opportunity to achieve a federal democracy in Burma for which the people of Burma have been giving their lives.
We continue to Pray and Act for Burma as the Burma Advocacy Group. We do so in hope because we serve a risen Savior.
The Burma Advocacy Group is credited with the successful passage of the Burma Act which is the essential guide of the US government in its support for religious liberty, a free and federal democracy, in holding accountable the perpetrators of crimes against humanity, and the release of generous support for humanitarian aid.
Now, it is essential that we guarantee sufficient funding for these provisions of the Burma Act. Just as we must not cease praying, we must not cease acting on behalf of the people of Burma.
Right now, funding for the Act is before the House and Senate appropriations committees. This is where funding amounts will be determined and recommended for vote.
Your leadership is essential to our success for Burma. Urge your members, friends and the larger diaspora community to ACT. The process is simple but effective.
We encourage you to share following link:https://wilberforce.salsalabs.org/burmabill2023/index.html
United Nations: to pursue documenting the acts of atrocity by the junta against the people of Burma in order to bring those accused before the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity.
ASEAN: to join in support of sanctions against the military junta; to refuse to seat it in meetings and agencies of ASEAN as the legitimate representative of the people of Burma, and instead seat the National Unity Government.
Rev. Dr. Robin D. Stoops
Interim Associate General Secretary for Mission Resource Development
ABCUSA Office of the General Secretary
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