Write on Monday, 02 February 2015 Published in Politics
NLD central executive committee members U Nyan Win, U Tun Tun Hein and U Han Tha Myint met for an hour and a half with six members of the 88-Generation Peace and Open Society including Ko Ko Gyi, Ko Jimmy, Ko Mya Aye and Ko Pyone Cho at the NLD headquarters in Yangon on February 1. Photo: The 88 Generation Peace and Open Society
NLD central executive committee members U Nyan Win, U Tun Tun Hein and U Han Tha Myint met with six members of the 88-Generation Peace and Open Society including Ko Ko Gyi, Ko Jimmy, Ko Mya Aye and Ko Pyone Cho at the NLD headquarters in Yangon on February 1. Photo: The 88 Generation Peace and Open Society

Though the 88 Generation Peace and Open Society group will continue to cooperate with the National League for Democracy to promote peace, political dialogue and seek amendments to the 2008 Constitution, no decision has been made on any co-operation during the 2015 election campaign, said Ko Jimmy, a prominent member of the 88 Generation.