Headquarters: No. 16 on the first floor on Arthawka Road in Tamway Township, Yangon Division; No (64), Main Road first floor, Sitthwe Tel: 09-8532277
Rakhine State National Force of Myanmar sometimes referred to as Union of Myanmar National Force Arakan State Party or Myanmar Rakhine National Force Party (MRNFP) is led by Aye Kyaing who in 1990 elections, contested as a candidate of the National Unity Party (NUP) a government backed party, but failed to win. The party is based in Rangoon, the former capital of Burma, and the first branch office was opened in Mrauk U.
The party has branch offices in 14 townships including Sittwe, Kyawk Taw and Myauk Oo, out of a total of 17 townships in Rakhine State. It is now awaiting permission from the Election Commission to go to three divisions - Rangoon, Irrawaddy, and Sagaing for organizational work
Party Central Executive Committee
Maung Ohn Tin
Chairman of Rakhine State National Unity Party, Myanmar U Aye Kyaing presented party’s policy, stance and work programmes on radio and TV
Rakhine State National Force of Myanmar Party submitted the list of its party members to the Election Commission
The Union Election Commission granted permission to the Rakhine State National Force of Myanmar with its headquarters at No. 16 (First Floor) on Arthawka Road in Tamway Township, Yangon Division to register as a political party as of 20 May 2010. The registration number of the Rakhine State National Force of Myanmar is (8).
Rakhine State National Force of Myanmar submitted its applications for registration as a political party
Rakhine State National Force of Myanmar allowed to form as a political party by the Election Commission
Rakhine State National Force submitted its application to form as a political party to the Election Commission
The Union of Myanmar National Force (Arakan State) from Rakhine State tried to register, but their documentation was insufficient.
A new Arakan political party, under the name the Union of Myanmar National Force Arakan State Party, announced it will register to compete in the election