Suu Kyi Calls For Opposition Unity
Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi outside forces crushed protests on Sunday as he and his release from years of house arrest after addressing thousands of exuberant supporters reached.
“I get people, then we’ll decide what we want to want to hear the voice” he told a sea of followers outside the party headquarters. , She said “I want to work with all democratic forces.” I believe in human rights and I believe in the rule of law. ”
“Please keep your energy for us. If we work together, we will reach our goal,” she told a sea of followers outside her party headquarters, suggesting years of isolation have not weakened her stance against military rule.
“I want to work with all democratic forces,” said the 65-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner, who has been locked up by Burma’s ruling generals for 15 of the past 21 years.
“I believe in human rights and I believe in the rule of law,” she added.
She said she wanted to “hear the voice of the people” before deciding her course of action, following a controversial election a week ago in which the military government’s political proxies have claimed a landslide win.
Suu Kyi, an internationally admired symbol of peaceful resistance, was freed on Saturday after her latest seven-year stretch of detention, a move greeted with jubilation by her followers and welcomed by world leaders.
A huge crowd gathered outside the Rangoon headquarters of Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) for the speech and she initially struggled to make her way through the crush of people.
Supporters filled the street outside, some carrying banners saying: “We love Suu”.
The daughter of Myanmar independence hero after almost half a century of military dictatorship to the nation for a better future of hope among his supporters carries a load. Nobel Peace Prize winner on Saturday, closed most of the last two decades was freed after spending, a move greeted with enthusiasm by his followers and rights groups and governments around the world welcomed. But it remains to be seen that the most famous dissident in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, her long suffering ‘compatriots can live up to expectations is high. Television pictures for a big speech and democracy to the crowd gathered outside the headquarters of Suu Kyi’s National League showed him making his way through the throngs to the conflict. On Saturday thousands of supporters roared with approval as Suu Kyi’s detention was his latest seven-year stretch since the end of the lake it first appeared outside the house. Note that a widely to prolong military rule behind a mask of democracy as a sham election after criticism by the West can reunite divided opposition focused on