Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register )

Outline · [ Standard ] · Linear+

> View opposition as dangerous is to misunderstood, the basic democracy-Aung San Suu Kyi (News)

views
     
adolph
post Apr 7 2015, 03:09 AM, updated 6y ago

Hail the hitler
*****
Senior Member
832 posts

Joined: Sep 2012
From: Richmond, Oakland hills



user posted image
user posted image
Myanmar opposition leader, daughter of Aung San (a martyred national hero of independent Burma) and Khin Kyi (a prominent Burmese diplomat), and winner in 1991 of the Nobel Prize for Peace.

Aung San Suu Kyi was two years old when her father, then the de facto prime minister of what would shortly become independent Burma, was assassinated. She attended schools in Burma until 1960, when her mother was appointed ambassador to India. After further study in India, she attended the University of Oxford, where she met her future husband. She had two children and lived a rather quiet life until 1988, when she returned to Burma to nurse her dying mother. There the mass slaughter of protesters against the brutal and unresponsive rule of the military strongman U Ne Win led her to speak out against him and to begin a nonviolent struggle for democracy and human rights. In July 1989 the military government of the newly named Union of Myanmar placed Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest and held her incommunicado. The military offered to free her if she agreed to leave Myanmar, but she refused to do so until the country was returned to civilian government and political prisoners were freed. The newly formed group with which she became affiliated, the National League for Democracy (NLD), won more than 80 percent of the parliamentary seats that were contested in 1990, but the results of that election were ignored by the military government.

user posted image
Is this true Malaysian?

Aung San Suu Kyi was freed from house arrest in July 1995. The following year she attended the NLD party congress, but the military government continued to harass both her and her party. In 1998 she announced the formation of a representative committee that she declared was the country's legitimate ruling parliament. The military junta once again placed Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest from September 2000 to May 2002. Following clashes between the NLD and pro-government demonstrators in 2003, the government returned her to house arrest.

user posted image

user posted image

user posted image

user posted image

This post has been edited by adolph: Apr 7 2015, 03:10 AM
Nachiino Etamay
post Apr 7 2015, 03:11 AM

Getting Started
**
Junior Member
90 posts

Joined: Aug 2014

we all know nobel price = american politics.

america doesnt like the govt and wants opposition = give nobel price to opposition

america wants black obama as leader = give nobel price to black obama as leader

thats how low nobel has gone
Lumiaaa
post Apr 7 2015, 03:24 AM

Getting Started
**
Junior Member
172 posts

Joined: Sep 2014
From: LYN
Najib is backed by obama
kamfoo
post Apr 7 2015, 03:33 AM

Casual
***
Junior Member
359 posts

Joined: Nov 2010


myanmar version of anwar...lets hope msia can be like myanmar in future...
kagamistar
post Apr 7 2015, 03:51 AM

On my way
****
Senior Member
562 posts

Joined: Jul 2013
And she doesnt care about rohingya..


Bump Topic Add ReplyOptions New Topic
 

Change to:
| Lo-Fi Version
0.0202sec    0.49    5 queries    GZIP Disabled
Time is now: 19th September 2020 - 02:08 PM