Peasants’ Day

03 / 02 / 2020

While 70% of Myanmar’s population is subsistence farmers, it is an important class for governments and politicians of the era. During the Great Depression of the 1930s, many of the Burmese farmers were left without land and became unable to cope, and on December 22, 1930, a prominent farmers’ revolution erupted in Myanmar’s history. The Peasants’ Day was founded on the Farmer’s Seminar and Peasants’ Day celebrates in order to achieve unity in the farmer community. We commend the farmers for their efforts in agriculture, which is central to Myanmar’s economy.

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