Last week, the Elders, led by ex-U.S. president Jimmy Carter, called for an end to impunity over the anti-Muslim attacks in Myanmar and the "meaningful realization of the right to freedom of religion." But their three-day visit with reformist President Thein Sein, religious leaders and civil society groups was not the only international appeal for increased attention. In her first visit to Singapore, this month Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi also offered up a solution to current problems of sectarian violence, corruption, a crippled judicial system and illegal land grabs that plague her resource-rich but impoverished country: the rule of law.
Myanmar, religion, politics
Asian Studies | Race and Ethnicity | Religion
Public Interest Law, Community and Social Justice
US News & World Report
SHANK, Michael and SATHISAN, Vani.
The next step for Myanmar. (2013). US News & World Report. Research Collection School Of Law.
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