Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Aung San Suu Kyi Concern For Rohingya Issue

By the time when 10 Muslim Pilgrim murdered brutally, including Democracy icon Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, 88 generation leaders and others high profile persons comments and urge to all the people of Myanmar and mostly journalist to be careful to present, act, say and published. It could be turned as a threat to democracy reform. In Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s speech, she added “every human being want to be safe, respect of a country is the safety and security of its nation and peoples”. And she urged to the government to solve the problem as fast as they can. Or any kind delaying should create another unnecessary problem. But the government constantly delayed as they are doing every time for good cause. 88 generation leader Ko Min Ko Naing had urged extremely not to published any news which can create any kind of unnecessary problem. But the reality is “fools never understand a wise”. Media and public nobody took seriously and they moved faster toward the trap.
Democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi said in her statement during her visit to Thailand, “Maybe some people wouldn’t like me saying this but I have to say what I must say regardless of whether they like it or not. When you are the majority in a society, then you are the stronger already. When you are strong , you must be generous and sympathetic. I would like to see all people in Burma get along with each other regardless of their religion and ethnicity.” Her statement in conference at June 14th , 2012, “Of course I am concerned as I think everybody else in Burma is about the present situation in Rakhine. I think the most important lesson we need to learn is the need for the rule of law. We have said again and again, my party the National League for Democracy, that rule of law is essential if we are to put an end to all conflicts in the country. Everybody must have access to the protection of the law, and of course they also have duties to abide by the laws of the land. So without rule of law, such communal strikes will only continue and the present situation will have to be handled with delicacy and sensitivity and we need the corporation of all people concerned to regain the peace back we want for our country.” When she was asked that “Do you accept the Rohingyas as Myanmar citizenship?” by Norwegian television. She replied “I said earlier that what we need is rule of law in the country we need very clear and precise laws with regards to citizenship to begin with. But I would like to mention here a very practical problem that we have to resolve in the Rakhine state. I think one of the greatest problems comes from the fear on both sides of the border, that is to say Bangladesh as well as Burma, that there will be illegal immigrant crossing all the time, this is due to the porous border. I think we need more responsible and incorrupt border vigilance.” She was asked again by Bloomberg News, she replied “As to the first question, I have already said that this should be resolved in accordance with rule of law because we have to be very clear about what the laws of citizenship are and who are entitled to them and to all those who are entitled to citizenship should be treated as full citizens deserving all the rights that must be given to them.”

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