Aung San Suu Kyi's release brought heterogenous discussions. Is it a sign of the regime liberalization or rather a camouflage to distract international community from recent (illegal) election? How about "the rest" of political prisoners (about 2100!!!) - are they going to be release too and will Burma's military government finally head to the democracy?

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I'm writing about Burma. The situation is more complicate than many say. There are many problems and divisions inside NDL and Suu Kyi must face them. And there is also the war in the East regions against ethnic groups, but Suu Kyi has not spoken about that tragic situation. But it seems clear she will work for a transition to a new regime where ARMY is still relevant and powerful.
Hi Francesca, thanks for respond. We know that it's tremendously complicated. What would you say about the election? Its results are crying for some act and nothing is happening!! Good luck in your work!
Hi Veronika, nice to meet you here. The point is that the generals now are still in power, they keep a strong power.
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