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Dissidents' joy at Suu Kyi release

Sunday, November 14, 2010 - 01:40

November 14 - Myanmar dissidents abroad welcome the release of Aung San Suu Kyi but want sanctions to stay in place.

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Myanmar dissidents in China and anchoring the widespread welcomed the release of pro democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi but -- international sanctions. Stay in place it is a good sign that that he has been relieved. But how we can not see that that it is very very good sign because salt. Only releasing because they're more than 2002 -- all the companies and that. And that attacks against ethnic minorities. Taking place almost every day in the country. In Japan past winners of the new bill peace prize gathering for the annual summit said they were hoping to meet fellow laureate Suu Kyi very suit. We hope to be able to visit her as a Nobel peace laureate delegation. We are sending a message to her to see when it fits in her schedule. For the first time in seven years on cents a cheese crumbling lakeside who is new Longo also a prison. She spent fifteen of the past 21 years under house arrest. The supporters started gathering early in her address to the national league for Democracy Party on Sunday. Since she's yet to reveal what rules she intends to play. Some analysts expected to push for an easing of the sanctions she once -- but now the leaves are hurting that the of these people. Of this fears she's still seen as a threat by the military because of her popularity. And many of her supporters fear she'll never be far from the prospects of rearrest. Paul Chapman --

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Dissidents' joy at Suu Kyi release

Sunday, November 14, 2010 - 01:40