Aung Kham Hti

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U Aung Kham Hti is a former monk and a Myanmar politician. He was the Chairman of the Pa-O National Organisation (PNO), which he re-organised in 1976. Its military wing, known as the Pa-O National Army was also headed by him. On 11 April 1991, the PNO, under his leadership, agreed a ceasefire with the ruling State Law and Order Restoration Council. The PNO was granted a number of business concessions and control over some territory in the southwest Shan State, which later became known as the Shan State (South) Special Region-6.[1] Presently, he is a co-chairman of the Union Solidarity and Development Association, Shan State (South) branch.

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  1. ^ South, Ashley (2008). Ethnic Politics in Burma: States of Conflict. Oxon: Routledge. pp. 122–4. ISBN 0-203-89519-3.