Burma's Aung San Suu Kyi released


ricohflex

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Good news
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-fg-aung-san-suu-kyi-freed-20101114,0,4357514.story

Yah, we know the Burma military govt is very close to Singapore. That is not lost to us. Presume a lot of their ruling elite's children travel to Singapore. Well, hopefully they can work something out.

The military is still necessary. If something is suddenly dismantled, then the whole country becomes ungovernable. A slow transition may work.
 

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kwttan

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Good news! :thumbsup:
However, lets hope the existing military government will not resort to underhand scam to put ASSK back into house imprisonment. ;)
 

giantcanopy

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Good news! :thumbsup:
However, lets hope the existing military government will not resort to underhand scam to put ASSK back into house imprisonment. ;)
I guess so long as she doesn not make herself percieved to be a threat to the new "democracy".

Ryan
 

sfoto100

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she may be a woman, but she is stronger than most men! i respect her alot!
 

eow

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Based on historical drama of various countries, most probably it a ruse/ motives by the military junta.
It won't be long before something bad happen again.
 

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