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About Union Day
The Union Day marks the signing of the ``Panglong Agreement'' on February 12th 1947. On Feb. 12, 1947, an agreement was signed by Chin, Kachin and Shan leaders as the representative of the Burmese government. This agreement, which came to be known as the Panglong Agreement after the name of the town in the Shan State where it was signed, stated the belief that "freedom will be more than speedily achieved by the Shans, the Kachins and the Chins by their immediate cooperation with the interim Burmese Government. The emergence of Union Day initially, though, did not include all the ethnic nationalities of present day Burma, yet it has served as a threshold for a unified Burma. The agreement was aimed at establishing a federal Burma on the basis of socio-political equality and self-determination for all ethnic nationalities.
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