Ta'ang National Party

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Ta'ang National Party
ChairmanU Aik Mone
Secretary-GeneralU Tun Kyaw
Founded24 May 2010 (13 years ago) (2010-05-24)
HeadquartersBogyoke Aung San Road, Mingalar Ward, Namhsan, Shan State
IdeologyTa'ang interests
ColoursBlue, Red
Seats in the Amyotha Hluttaw
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Seats in the Pyithu Hluttaw
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Seats in the Shan State Hluttaw
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Party flag
Flag of the Ta'ang National Party.svg

The Ta'ang National Party (Burmese: တအာင်းအမျိုးသားပါတီ; abbreviated TNP), also known as the Ta'arng (Palaung) National Party, is a de-registered political party in Myanmar (Burma).[2] The party was founded on 24 May 2010 to contest the 2010 general election, but did not participate in the 2012 by-election. The party seeks to represent the Ta'ang people (also known as the Palaung people) in the parliament of Myanmar.[3] On 28 March, TNP was officially dissolved by the junta-appointed Union Election Commission, along with 39 other parties.[4]


  1. ^ "Ta-Arng (Palaung) National Party". Vote4Myanmar. Archived from the original on 22 October 2015. Retrieved 19 November 2015.
  2. ^ "Parties | Ta'Arng National Party". Archived from the original on 2015-11-17.
  3. ^ "Myanmar Now | Ta'ang National Party".
  4. ^ "UEC announces dissolution of 40 political parties including NLD and SNLD". Eleven Media Group Co., Ltd. Retrieved 2023-03-31.