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Fresh update on "suu" discussed on AP News Radio
"Security forces in Myanmar have again used force to disperse anti coup protesters it comes a day off to the UN special envoy urged the security council to take action to quell John to violence that is left around 50 peaceful protesters dead and scores injured this week large protests have occurred daily across many cities and towns security forces are responding with grace if you simply through force and mass arrests the escalation of violence has put pressure on the world community to act to restrain the gentile which seized power on February 1 by ousting the elected government of Aung sung suu kyi I'm Sarah Bassett
Protests, tear gas in Myanmar after UN envoy urges action
"Security forces in Myanmar have again used force to disperse anti coup protesters it comes a day off to the UN special envoy urged the security council to take action to quell John to violence that is left around fifty peaceful protesters dead and scores injured this week large protests have occurred daily across many cities and towns security forces are responding with grace if you simply through force and mass arrests the escalation of violence has put pressure on the world community to act to restrain the gentile which seized power on February first by ousting the elected government of Aung sung suu kyi I'm Sarah Bassett
Fresh update on "suu" discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"And mar suffered from severe isolation and underdevelopment while civil society was silenced and free expression forbidden international media access was also blocked and sim cards. Were kept prohibitively expensive leaving. Lgbtq plus people disconnected from each other and unable to access educational resources about sexual orientation and gender identity harassment and discrimination were commonplace before free and fair elections in two thousand. Fifteen people really couldn't accept the diverse expression of lgbt people. They would just say we were living. Unnaturally says ye lynn a gay man. Who is a human rights advocate and yongan most lgbtq plus people internalize the idea of being wrong people and accepted it. They thought they were able mommy. E be was derided and scorned by his family and community this childhood and adolescence because he identified as male. My family told me that my being was shameful to them. That might behavior shamed our family's reputation he said. My teacher would tell me that. I wouldn't pass the examination and that my type are not successful people. I cried but i tried to pass the examination without giving up. Things began to inch forward after the country began. Its political transition in two thousand fifteen aung san suu cheese. National league for democracy was voted into power. Civil society emerged and lgbtq. Plus people were newly able to organize awareness campaigns and community events and run training sessions across the country but discriminatory laws and policies and harmful social norms still linger today advocacy efforts to repeal a colonial era law which criminalizes gay sex were unsuccessful as were efforts to strike down shadow law that allows police to detain anyone. They accused of acting suspiciously after dark. Police beatings intimidation and harassment of transgender. Women has been extensively documented from schools to work places to religious institutions no formal protections or accommodations exist for lgbtq plus. People jobs are commonly posted for a specific gender. Students are required to wear gendered uniforms at schools and formal ceremonies and the right of passage of becoming a monk or nun leaves no room for those who don't identify with their birth sex. Transgender women are heavily mocked in myanmar cinema and informally denied access to most professions beyond roles as makeup artists. Sex workers and spirit mediums known as not kaz myanmar's lgbtq plus community vows to fight on during the first weeks after the coup lgbtq plus people were among many sub groups of protesters marching under diverse banners including those of professional ethnic and other communities despite their grim predicament..
Protesters killed in bloodiest day of Myanmar crackdown
"At least eighteen people were killed in more than thirty injured in myanmar on sunday as police and military forces confronted peaceful demonstrations. The reported casualties make sunday the deadliest day since the military seized power on february first as demonstrations against the military coup which ousted democratically elected government of a civilian leader. Aung san suu. She entered their fourth week on saturday. Security forces beginning violent crackdown on protesters and towns and cities across the
Coup fighters: Myanmars persistent protesters
"Today myanmar's ousted leader aung san suu. She appeared in public for the first time since she was detained a month ago in a coup by the country's military leaders. Her appearance came as people in my own. Mark continued to take to the streets in protest even after the pro democracy movements deadliest day yesterday at least eighteen people were killed. A security forces fired live rounds into crowds across the country. There's no end in sight to the escalation as demonstrations have grown. The junta's methods have become more brutal saturday on mars. To the united nations chemo. Ton made an emotional appeal asking for international assistance. We need fun. Strongest possible action from the international community to immediately and the military coop to stop oppressing the innocent people to redan the state power to the people and to restore democracy.
Military Crackdown in Myanmar Escalates With Killing of Protesters
"Overseas now. Protests against the military coup claiming more lives in myanmar people reportedly killed the bloodiest day since the coup a month ago. Authorities reportedly firing live rounds demonstrators running for their lives the us embassy condemning the government violence. Here's abc's julia macfarlane tonight. In myanmar of violent crackdown police using tear gas stun grenades water cannons to break up unarmed crowd then reportedly opening fire. You and human rights officials say at least eighteen. Protesters killed dozens wounded chaotic scenes in hospitals as medical teams race to treat the injured for weeks a show of defiance in the streets. Often military generals seized power detaining. The elected leader aung san suu chief protesters demanding her government be reinstated at the un myanmar's ambassador making an emotional plea for help. We need fun. Uh strongest possible action from the intonation community ending his speech. They symbol of resistance but later state tv announcing that diplomat had been fun. Happy with tonight. The white house has released a statement saying the. Us is alarmed at the violence against peaceful. Protesters administration is now preparing further action against those involved. Wit jillian mcfarland. Our thanks to you
More protests and funeral follow deadly shootings in Myanmar
"Another large protests took place in Mandalay near don't kill it with the two protesters were killed by police today India many of the protesters like those who killed workers from the railway wheel truck isn't civil servants have been taking part in a civil disobedience campaign against the gym into a funeral was also helpful young woman who was killed by police in the capital not Patel on February the ninth two days before her twentieth birthday the death was the first confirmed death amongst thousands of protesters who rallied against the fed refers to the top of the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi when nobody was released along my tries procession began a drive to the cemetery in Yangon Myanmar's biggest city about a thousand demonstrators on that the women onto an elevated roadway I'm Karen Thomas
2 Myanmar protesters killed by police fire, reports say
"Two anti coup protesters have been shot dead by riot police in Myanmar local media have reported the shootings had occurred in Myanmar's second largest city Mandalay where tear gas water cannons and rubber bullets had been used on protesters earlier in the day and you protesters in Myanmar's two largest cities also paid tribute to a young woman who died a day earlier after being shot by police during a rally against the military takeover US state department spokesperson net price offered his government's condolences and reiterated coals on the military to refrain from violence against peaceful protest is the military seized power earlier this month after detaining Nobel laureate Aung sung suu kyi saying elections in November what tainted by voting irregularities I'm Serra basses
Big protests across Myanmar as UN expert fears violence
"Protesters against the military coup in man mall show no signs of backing down even ask for you an expert on human rights in Myanmar warms off the prospect for major violence thousands March down the swine flu bugs challenging for the release of detained leader Aung sung suu kyi the marches include importing some private banks and engineers in the second largest city of Mandalay thousands out protesting U. N. repertoire Tom Andrews has received reports of soldiers being transported into young going to make a city's outlying regions in a statement from his office in Geneva he said in the past such a troop movements preceded killings disappearances and detentions on a mass scale I'm Charles the last month
Protests Persist In Myanmar Even As The Military Tightens Its Grip On Power
"Saying they'll hand over authority to whomever wins. What they're not saying, though, is when that election will happen. Huge protests are still happening across me and marred by day and by night when police come to neighborhood searching for protesters to arrest Residents turn out banging pots and pans. Many people just want their democracy back. But Myanmar's ethnic minorities say this uprising needs to go much further as the world's Patrick win reports When Stella Naw was a little girl going to school in the hilly northern part of Myanmar, she learned all about the greatness of the Burmese, the country's dominant ethnic group. She learned about their ancient kings, how they built Golden temples and had mighty armies. That was fine. But what about her ethnic group, the kitchen with more than a million people, mostly living in the mountains? Well, the textbooks didn't say much about them at all about the kitchen people with about two lines. We were just learning as we were learning about some people who were extinct, already not totally extinct, the school, said. The kitchen where farmers who like to do this neat dance Stella says that was about it. We were nothing more than some cute people with not much history. This is how the country's military rulers who are all ethnically Burmese tend to see minorities as people who should just assimilate. Get out of the way. But in Myanmar more than a third of all people are minorities groups such as the Sean Kitchen Corin kn mon, wiry, kind Chen Rohingya. It is a very diverse place yet the army has been trying to colonize their indigenous lands for decades. Often brutally even blasting villages with fighter jets. I asked Elena, who is now a political writer and activist how her people the kitchen tend to feel about the army. Disgust, fear they feel disgust set off the military for all the human rights abuses that they have committed against the community members. Two weeks ago, when the general sees total power in a coup rolling tanks through major cities, including the Heartland where most Burmese people live, Stella gnaw and other minorities were like Yeah, looks familiar. I even have someone asking me how do you feel to lose their freedom? All of us sudden, like I never felt like we had the freedom to begin where, right? Myanmar is now in the throes of a huge uprising at people's uprising, with doctors and students and factory work per person. Strike everyday people standing up the tanks and riot cops and rarely has the whole country. All the racial groups been united United in anger at the military. For Stella. Naw, it feels pivotal, like okay, now, maybe we're all on the same page. This is an opportunity, maybe to help them understand a bit, but also, we can really hope and expect too much because they are so focused on releasing freeing often Sergi Aung San Suu cheat the most popular political leader in the country ever. Especially among the Burmese majority. She's backed by the US and for the past five years on sense, UCI has shared power with the Army until the coup That was the status quo. What many minorities are now telling their Burmese brothers and sisters is let's fight for a real democracy because that status quo For many, it was miserable. It's a village on fire the village once home to Rohingya Muslims following an army purge about three years ago. The army has violently driven more than one million Rohingya out of the country. Years. Nay Sandlin, a Rohingya activist, You know military is the one who committed the genocide against the Rohingya. So we have no reason to support this military coup. But he does say that for his people. The coup doesn't change much. Many already live under an apartheid like system. For example, most Rohingya can't vote. And, yes, he says, some Rohingya refugees did enjoy seeing on Sans Souci get ousted after all on San Souci did go to The Hague in 2019 to defend the army against charges of genocide. Niece. Unwin says that celebrating was just a knee jerk reaction. We informed them. This is not the right way to enjoy detention off society. We have to support the public movement, even if we don't want to support heart or the whole party. They take the long view. He says that the army will never change its ways. But maybe in the future elected officials might begin to stick up for the Romanian. So now in refugee camps, you can hear this growing in survivors of genocide, beating pots and pans in solidarity with Burmese protesters. Nation. Lin is even seeing Burmese people who never stood up for the Rohingya saying Sorry we should have done something they realized their cruelty off this military. And they have the sympathy for us. But like Stella, non, he knows racism won't just go away overnight. This racism is deeply rooted in the country, so it will take a lot of time to change. Only they don't have time. This mass resistance is happening now. And Stellan Aw says it needs to become a more inclusive fight, not just for democracy, but to get the army off. Minorities backs once and for all. That's what brings kitchen people out on the streets in her hometown machina. You see fewer protest signs about Aung San Souci, and more that say, Abolish the Constitution basically overhaul the entire system. But this is how security forces responded to that. Over the weekend, Paul getting a boat, a barrage of rubber bullet, Maybe some real bullets seemingly fired in the air. No confirmed casualties That's from a Facebook live stream. But the army keeps blocking the Internet nationwide, in part to keep the world from seeing these crackdowns. What's clear is that resistance is becoming very dangerous for everyone. That's why Stella Naw says the only solution is to stick together, so we need to work together for this country to work and not become a failed nation, which is already on the way Myanmar's minority groups know quite well, she says that this army will not back down easily. For the world. I'm Patrick Win. Francis Cyber Security Agency says several French entities have been breached in a hacking campaign. They say the G R U
UN envoy calls on Myanmar junta to step back from violence
"The un special envoy on myanmar has called on the country's military leadership to step back from violence and respect human rights and the rule of law amid ongoing protests against the takeover by security forces. Two weeks ago special. Envoy christine schreiner bergener made her appeal to myanmar's deputy commander in chief so when underlining that the world is watching closely and that any form of heavy handed response is likely to have severe consequences. You in spokesperson filed heck said on monday protests across me on my have grown steadily since the first of february military takeover and arrest of top political leaders including a state councillor. Aung san suu chee and president when went there have been reports of excessive force by police and military against demonstrators as well as of arbitrary detentions
Myanmar protests resume after 2nd night of internet shutdown
"Peaceful demonstrations against Myanmar's military takeover have resumed following violence against protesters a day earlier by security forces found internet access blocked this month's March streets before holding a demonstration outside the U. N.'s local office the presence of monks among the ranks of the demonstrators will help boost moral authority on the protest movement in a country where the vast majority of bodies and still deeply traditional protests as a demanding the nation's elected leader Aung sung suu kyi and members of the house to the government be freed from detention I'm Charles de Ledesma
Myanmar's Coup Leaders Level More Charges Against Ousted Leader Suu Kyi
"More charges in Myanmar for ousted leader Aung Sung Souci, Her lawyer now says she is facing charges connected to a law that has been used to prosecute people who violated coronavirus restrictions that she was removed from office in a military coup more than two weeks ago, and protests have gone on in the
Suu Kyi detention extended as protests continue in Myanmar
"Myanmar's military leaders have extended the detention of deposed leader Aung sung suu kyi all oil almost by suu kyi's political party to represent her since the deposed leader will now be remanded until February seventeenth when she will likely appear in court by video conference the Nobel laureate remains under house arrest on a minor charge of possessing unregistered imported walkie talkies the extended detention is likely to further inflame tensions between the military which is seized power in a coup two weeks ago on the protesters who've taken to the streets of cities across the southeast Asian nation seeking the return of the government they liked it I'm Charles Taylor that's my
Myanmar rattled by army movements, expected internet cutoff
"US numbers of demonstrators defied orders against protests and took to the streets of Myanmar once more to March against the military takeover that ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi laws demonstrations were held in the major cities of Yangon Mandalay and the capital not PPL as well as in far flung areas dominated by ethnic minorities protesters near gone again rallied outside the Chinese and US embassies thank you Beijing a popping up the minute you regime in a proportion to the factions sensing the military resistance also took place in cyberspace hackers deface the government's needs website replacing its ten page with Watson pixies against someone to take care of a the accident took place after the routing to into issued a new order suspending several basic civil liberties the recent order allows authorities to carry out searches and make arrests without warrants and permits the detention of detainees for more than twenty four hours without permission I'm Karen Thomas
Human Rights Council hears call for immediate release of Myanmar’s Suu Kyi
"Un human rights council debated a call on friday for the immediate release of myanmar's democratically elected leader. Aung sang succi along with other senior officials in a special session at the geneva-based council which is the preeminent forum for international rights issues. the united kingdom and european union presented a draft resolution condemning last week's military takeover the draft text urges the lifting of restrictions on the internet and unimpeded humanitarian access. Here's another al-nashif deputy high commissioner for human rights. Let us be clear. The indiscriminate use of lethal or less than lethal weapons against peaceful protesters is unacceptable more violence against me and must people will only compound the illegitimacy of the cool and the culpability of its leaders. Special rapporteur on the human rights situation in myanmar. Thomas andrews also urged the international community not to recognize the country's military leaders arbitrary detentions and intimidation. I increasing the independent rights expert continued adding that political leaders were targets as well as community and civil society leaders myanmar's ambassador to responded by underscoring his country's commitment to democratic values and justified the military's intervention as
Biden Imposes Sanctions on Generals Who Engineered Myanmar Coup
"At russian protests. Plenty of people holding up gold painted toilet. Brushes luxuriant lose can tell you a lot about despotic leaders. So we head into the smallest rooms from history but i for the sixth consecutive day across me on mar. Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets. They've been demonstrating since the military seized power last week. Overthrowing the elected government of aung san suu achieve. The army has claimed without evidence that an election in november one by miss sushi's party was fraudulent cinema. Today you've got. Where do ya on monday. The top military commander now in charge me. An online made his first televised address since the coup. He restated pledge to hold elections after year long state of emergency and he tried to reassure the public and investors that his interim government would be different from the oppressive That ran the country for nearly half a century. But america said yesterday it will impose fresh sanctions in response to the coup. I've approved a new executive order enabling us to sanction the military leaders who directed the coup their business interests as well as close family members and myanmar's biggest protest movement in a generation isn't backing down every night since the army toppled me and mars civilian government on february. First people all over. The country have banged their pots and pans at atm. This is an old ritual to cast out evil spirits which has morphed into a protest. Totally mccann are southeast. Asia correspondent. Many of these demonstrations have the air of carnival yesterday about one hundred young women paraded around downtown gone wearing disney princess outfits because they wanted to make the point that it wasn't just grownups who are angry about the coup. It's also girls. Their age and the streets are flooded with red balloons. Red being the color of aung san suu cheese national league for democracy party then lt in fact if you look at pictures today you won't see that many red balloons anymore. Because they've all sold out and how has the military reacted to all these protests. What's changed since we spoke just over a week ago when the protests hadn't started but there was clearly discontent about the coup. The army is trying to put a stop to these protests on monday. It's ian named true news. Information team issued a statement saying that action would be taken against wrongdoers who disrupt the state stability true to their word in cities across the country. Police are lobbing tear gas into crowds firing water cannon in mandalay me and mars second city. The police tried to disperse a crowd by beating them with truncheons and police are also firing rubber bullets. Three protesters are now being treated for wounds from bullets. And two people in the capital naypyidaw were shot with what seems to have been live ammunition and so as the military response ramps up our people frightened of what might happen if they continue to take the streets. Yeah i mean despite the carnival ask air of some of these protests. There is a deep sense of foreboding. Military rule only ended ten years ago so people remember how the previous junta crush dissent huge rallies took place nine hundred eighty eight and two thousand and seven and the army responded by shooting into crowds of protesters killing hundreds of people so protesters today are right to be worried. And they're alive. The fact that the military regime is up to his old tricks again. Agents from feared intelligence service or knocking on doors driving many activists and journalists into hiding at least two hundred people have arrested and on monday ninety districts including in the largest city and the capital impose curfews and restricted gatherings to no more than five people effectively criminalizing public assembly and last night the draft of new cybersecurity law. The government wants to pass was leaked. This would give regime sweeping powers to control the internet and effectively end free speech online so given all of those risks. Who is it that that's daring to go out into the streets. It is people from all walks of life. Teenagers labor's professionals. Lots of people are on strike teachers. Firefighters and health workers government workers are resigning en masse among them the entirety of the ministry of welfare. We saw extraordinary scenes on tuesday. The handful of officers in the police force actually broke ranks and join the protesters extraordinary because the police under the command of the army. So it's very unusual for them to be doing this and joining them yesterday. Where nearly fifty police officers from kaya state who declared their opposition to the coup. And what does it they all want. Of course they to reverse the coup they want to restore democracy and they want the release of their hero. Aung san suu cheap as well as other members of her nationally for democracy party who also been detained and do you think there's a chance that with all of this unrest who might backfire on the general's not just the response of people i suppose but also international response. It certainly hasn't been the fate of they expected. Mass resignations. i mentioned are roiling. the bureaucracy and form businesses are exiting the country so analysts saying it's going to be very difficult to see how they got some kind of status quo ante and younger generations are not going to back down easily. They're educated than they were a decade ago more organized and much more connected because of the arrival of the internet about a decade ago us leaders demands are hardening. They're talking about ending army rule altogether and scrapping the constitution which the generals wrote some activists. I interviewed said that if non violent protests fail they are bent on taking weapons and fighting when it comes to the international community in america. President joe biden said yesterday that he had approved an executive order that will pave the way for new. us sanctions. We will identify first round of targets this week. And we're also going to impose strong exports controls we're freezing. Us assets that benefit the burmese government while maintaining our support for healthcare civil society groups and other areas that benefit the people of burma directly but will these sanctions do much. Do you think. Joe biden has staked his foreign policy on reinvigorating democracy around the world. And that's why he's so keen throughout these sanctions but they are unlikely to convince the generals to change course just two years ago and nineteen the commander in chief minister lying and three other generals had sanctions placed on them by the us they proceeded with their coup. Anyway they're used to being isolated by the world and i just don't think that america's sanctions are going to convince them to change course. I feel that this conflict from the protest was in the army may be coming to ahead. The commander in chief is a deeply proud man and he will not stand by as the institution to which is dedicated to his career is humiliated by protesters and disney princess outfits at the same time. The protesters are digging in their heels. I think it's become clear that over the last week there's no returning to the quasi democracy at me and mom -joyed of the last decade either. The army cracks down and it's returned to the battle. Days of military rule or a new political system is going to emerge from the rooms of the old one. My fear is that the former scenario seems much will likely the ladder.
Biden imposes new sanctions against Myanmar's military after coup
"Mr Biden announced he will sanction military leaders in Myanmar who directed the coup that deposed and detained it's elected leader, Aung San Suu. She and others have approved a new executive order. Excuse me. A new executive order, enabling us to immediately sanction the military leaders who directed the coup, their business interests as well as close family members. Mr. Biden also said that Myanmar's military must relinquish the power it seized and release prisoners of the queue. And says he'll bar Burmese generals from getting access to a billion dollars in Myanmar funds being held in the U.
Biden orders sanctions on Myanmar generals as key Aung San Suu Kyi aide detained
"President joe biden has approved new sanctions on me and mas military rulers. following last week's coup biden's also called for the release of detained political officials including the day. Facto leader aung sang suu. Chee this comes out to her. Top aide to see chee and several others linked to the previous government would attained overnight in another round of political
Water cannon fired at protesters as crowds swell in Myanmar
"Confrontations between the authorities and demonstrators protesting against last week's coup in Myanmar have boiled over please follow will to kind of a large crowd of peaceful protesters in Myanmar's capital non violent protests demanding the release of detained leader suu kyi and the restoration of her government have spread all over the country with the win of them growing after the authorities on Sunday lifted a brief all internet access there have been no signs of protests is all the minute train all backing down in the argument over who is the country's legitimate government the National League for democracy politics well the military who claim a recent poll was marred by voting fooled I'm Charles de Ledesma
"suu" Discussed on NFL Live
"But then here it is the MD at Tennessee, Tennessee, pulls this off with a beat up. Mario to right here. That's how high San Suu can get the number two point two percent chance, by the way that all of this. Right, right. That's right. But that means it's you're saying there's a change. So if I were if I were to put this back the way it was here. Charger snapple? And then we're good. And this is the way it is. Right. I'm pretty sure that's the way. That's right. And if there was say there was a couple upsets that though the possibility of these happening. What if Cleveland goes the Baltimore this is a big game? And then Pittsburgh still gets the win. This wrestling one changes that how the Steelers get to the number four seed, they're so moving this on then Tennessee, maybe these are to these can't be too tightly contested games. The titans winning. Did you Dicks? Close to call. I mean, even matchup for the most part, they maybe he has an edge. But especially with Mario to hurt. But even so. Any chance. He's Broncos can beat the chargers. Nothing changed. Well, let's see. Let's see. I don't think anything changes. No, no charges Whitten. Yes. Larry those same. Yeah. Well, let's go here. We already talked about this too right here. This happens to Texas. So what titans switch to retrieve? What's interesting is not likely that the titans and the raven still have statistically a lot would have to happen too. But. Guessing going on. What we do the week before that we wait before the week before. Charges there. Baltimore will take Steelers out the here's the thing if we left teddy here all going back to sexual let's see six o'clock. He's still be. Scenario there, we go thing. I don't know. They're okay. Okay. Here we go. See what you started right now. Listen, I this is not my fault. But I will say this you could place dot com. This is the big. I mean, if you're these guys I mean. Feel good a stare down with the raven. He's got nobody to glare at you'll find somebody. That's all good for in Chuck about Baker, by the way in his leadership style coming up. Press coverage now as an F L live continues this from ESPN cold side, and Eric E Bron is on the practice..
"suu" Discussed on PRI's The World
"First off by a lot of former military people, people who are civil servants who have really led her down the wrong path into a much more conservative combination est approach the military, which I think has the forfeiting of Syria. Respect for human rights. Principles, government in Myanmar is expected to face a lot more criticism when the United Nations. General assembly gathers in New York later this month Aung San Suu Chee is not expected to attend civil rights and freedom of the press are huge concerns for move Sukhois. She's from Cambodia and a former member of parliament, her political party along with all opposition parties in Cambodia has been outlawed now. So she's living in exile. Now we cut up with her in New York. Mr Hun Sen is a full McNabb whose he came into power when Vietnamese went into occupied Cambodia in the early eighty s and he moved on upwards with his background. He was able to ruled on his power, and that's why he's been in power for the past thirty four years surprises me so much to hear you say he's from the chimera Rouge, a completely discredited. The government that was responsible for. Tens of thousands of deaths of Cambodians. How is anybody from the KOMO Rouge, still able to be part of the national government Mr. Hudson. He knows there will help to manipulate the system how to put his power into force and then ruled on his power in two thousand nine hundred personally targeted you. How how did he go about doing that? He was very upset with me for defending victims of land rights. I was a mumble Holloman. Then I had already joined the opposition having left these corrupt government, and then he was treating me in no way that it was not acceptable. And I said, I would go to court, but practically, what did he do that prompted you to go to court? He called me literally a prostitute and what I what I was doing was that I was defending and speaking very loudly. And being very visible to defending and being on the side of the victim. So land grabs. Then of course, he offered the court to take action against me, and I went to court without in the lawyers because my lawyer was also pressured to leave me as a client, and I went to court without counsel and I lost the case in from the lower court to appeal court to ship Precourt and I was made to pay a fine. But the women's movement mobilized if paid for the fine. So you lose, he's still in governments and then what happens to you then I continued to run for election for in two thousand thirteen. I one make my seat again still mumble parliament. Dan in two thousand seventeen. The opposition party, the Cambodia national. Rescue putty apart the a one, forty, four percent of the the votes, meaning over three million vote voted for us. However, Mr Hun Sen saw it as to his power and the Hort to supreme court dissolved the party. And there was a sham election chess in July, and I had to leave, or I would have been arrested, you're now in exile and traveling around the world, advocating on behalf of your country. What's it like for democracy? Advocates on the ground in Cambodia today, I mean, can they speak out? Democracy is dead in Cambodia. However, this spirit to fight still alive those three million voters who want change and mainly the deprived farmers, the use who are hungry for change, but through a nonviolent movement, the wood is still in. Inside Cambodia, the awaiting for the opposition to return. And we are very fortunate that we have very strong and active Diana's for us in the United States in Australia. In Europe, I, we asked for reelection and for a return of democracy in Cambodia. Most the core is the deputy leader of Cambodia's band, national rescue party. She's in New York where she's giving talk for the human rights foundation. Thank you very much. Thank you. One more note before we take a break. It's about the late coffee Annan the former United Nations. Secretary general died last month in Switzerland, and a funeral service was held today in his native Ghana. One of the speakers during the ceremony was the current head of the UN Antonio. Gutierrez, as you'll hear his speech was accompanied by a musician playing on the flute. Art of diplomacy is to say nothing, especially when you are speaking. Cough. Yana hoop say, everything's sometimes without putting the words. Each came from the dignity and immoral conviction and you many teeth..
"suu" Discussed on KQED Radio
"By the prolonged political standoff in Catalonia and also a series of scandals in Madrid which eventually saw the centre-right government, full and the socialist party takeover. Mr. Burrell himself is Catalan. But does he have any fresh solutions for Spain's intractable problems? Now if aid is important Bauer the nation has already disconnected psychologically about the idea of the space. Adani split it in two parts, that's Giuseppe Burnell on HARDtalk after the news. BBC news. Hello. I'm gareth. The president of the European Commission. Gianclaudio camp has cooled on the European Union to seats political economic and military power to be a bigger player in global politics giving his annual state of the union address in Strasbourg, Mr. young said Europe had to speak with one voice on foreign affairs calling on Member States to let go of their individual vetoes on policy Ashok floor. Paladins? Whenever Europe speaks with one voice. There are no surprises. She can if she wants. And if she speaks with one voice impose position on others. When necessary Europe must act has one we demonstrated this with our ceaseless efforts to defend the Paris climate agreement because we Europeans want to leave a cleaner planet to the next generation in planet. Missed Janka for a new alliance between Africa and Europe, the Russian President Vladimir Putin has said Russian knows the identity of two men Britain says carried out the nerve agent a tank in the city of Sault spree. The British Prime Minister Theresa may says they were members of Russian military intelligence. But Mr Putin said they were civilians from Moscow. Our correspondent, Sara Raynsford. We know who they are we found them, and we hope that appear soon and explain themselves. Those were the words that flooding Putin a week after British police released photos of the two men accused of the Salisbury poisoning. Speaking all the time with an amused. Look and a small smile. Russia's president insisted there was nothing special about the suspects. Nothing criminal. He even appeal to them directly to approach the media in person, which may well be at some point. What happens? Mr Putin dismissed British claims that the men are military intelligence agents with the view saying that they are, of course, civilians in wide ranging remarks. It's a regional summit. President Putin also suggested a peace deal could be reached with Japan without any preconditions by the end of the year, the two sides of being unable to formalize piece since the end of the second World War because of a territorial dispute over the Kuril islands. Mister bay has been pushing for a resolution to the conflict. The defacto leader of Myanmar Aung sound Suu will not be attending the United Nations General assembly next week she's faced a barrage of international criticism for failing to condemn the Burmese military over their treatment of their hinge, Muslim minority. His Nick peak two years ago, Aung San Suu she became the first Burmese civilian leader to address the general assembly in fifty years. She called the United Nations and inspiration. Now government dismisses the view of inspectors from the UN concluded her silence on the ranger persecution. Help the military carry out genocidal acts. Myanmar's government is accused the international community of interfering in its business. World news from the BBC. A new law criminalizing sexual violence and harassment is coming into force in Morocco. The law follows growing concern about levels of abuse against women. One survey found that six in ten Moroccan women had suffered some kind of violence a DJ in Singapore has filed a court challenge against the country's laws on homosexuality claiming the ban is unconstitutional. The move comes a week after India's Supreme Court struck down a similar law. Christopher Swannee reports. There have been previous attempts to declare that the law banning gay sex is unconstitutional in Singapore. The latest court challenge appears to build on the success of India's Supreme Court revoking the British colonial era law, and suggests that Singapore should take into consideration international judicial developments both Singapore. And India were British colonies in the past Singapore's government has said that while it will retain the law to reflect mainstream society stand on the issue. It will not be actively enforced and prosecution is rare. Australian police have begun in you forensic search of a house and garden in Sydney in an attempt to solve the mystery of a woman who disappeared without trace thirty six years ago. A podcast telling the story of Lynette Dawson has been downloaded by millions of people all over the world to inquest recommended that her husband Chris be charged with murder, but prosecutors say there is insufficient evidence. He denies involvement. In.
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"They have issue. Indictments against people who they currently have in custody and hope to get them in custody eventually? Absolutely. They even use sealed indictment. So they say you, people are? No, they've been indicted, but the fact remains is going to be pretty hard for anybody who wants to try these generals to get them into a cord. So trial perhaps very difficult. But there are other things perhaps diplomatic sanctions condemnation in the west travel, bans things of that sort what could be done against me. Well, absolutely. There are lots of measures that could be tried the will lots of different kinds of sanctions against man Ma before the army stepped back from politics and allowed a civilian regime to take charge. So. So some of those could be reinstated. The most effective would probably be the ones that talk at the army directly travel bans on senior leaders, sanctions against army, linked enterprises of which there are many. And of course, ostracism in general, does seem to have some effect on the generals. It's one of the things that appears to have upset them when they were. Running the country in the past, and they seem to be conscious of so in international four in regional events. And so on giving the country culture that could conceivably make a difference I and as you say, did do so in the post, the generals having locked up perhaps MOS most famous citizen sense if she kept her under house arrest for very long time, stepped back and allowed her to become president. Now, of course, she's a Nobel peace prize laureate, but presides over a country which this terrible thing has happened. What would you say is her position? It's very hard to say. She certainly doesn't wholeheartedly defend the generals. I think the problem for her is that she doesn't have any thority even constitutionally over the army. She can't bring the generals to book make things even more difficult for her is the fact that most Burmese are not a toll sympathetic to their hinges. They're very prejudiced against them. And so I'm magin that on San Suu cheek out collates that. Standing up to the generals and standing up to public opinion won't get anywhere tool. Shikano bring the generals to book she'll just lose ground with with voters to no purpose. Other internationally. Her standing is now considerably lower than it was. Some people have even talked about her being stripped of her Nobel prize and Trump so that should it happen. Well, the Nobel committee says, there's no shots that never happened in the past. There's no procedure for it, but you know, the damage is done whether she got Hanover price, and I think rightly reputational damage. It's all very well to say. It wouldn't serve much purpose to stand up to the generals, but when the people whose job it is for her to look after being killed expelled from the country raped, she has a moral responsibility to do whatever it is. She can't even if that's not very much and and I think the view suddenly outside the country is that she's failed to do that very much sooner the decline of the reputation of of somebody who wants to great inspiration is. Indeed, Edward, thank you very much. Thank.
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"He expressed his concern over the reluctance of world leaders to speak out on human rights, heads of. Governments are too silent on these issues. It's not good enough that many of them once they leave public office, suddenly discover the voice in are saying all the right things, and people should rightly ask them. Why didn't you say this? When you were in office? Why didn't you say this when you were prime minister or foreign minister people say, well, I couldn't speak when I was in office now I can be what you could have spoken. You chose not to speak. Possibly the values, say them ones. We opted in nineteen forty eight in Russell declaration on human rights. Are they slipping if we look as you've mentioned frequently the rise of right wing populism in Europe, for example, religious, no doubt that there is intense pressure on the human rights agenda, but I moved away from venues. We talk about human rights. We talk about law. There is in a law that is binding on states that they have voluntarily agreed basically to them and acceded to them. And and so there is no discretion here. If you have a Gatien's you need to fulfill them and I don't see how being silent about this can be advantageous people say whether you just if you speak to donate helps the demagogues when I yes, perhaps, but for don't speak out. We know what happens to. I would urge more public officials to be like this. I mean, there was an occasion a few years ago when when Victor all baton did something and and he provoked a response from the foreign minister of Luxembourg. But there are a few others in Europe who are joining him and denouncing what it was that Hungary it was doing at the time. Could you look at how effective speaking out? Is you famously warned that what was happening in Myanmar, looked like a text Partick's pool of ethnic cleansing. I remember being in your office this time last year you were about to coal Aung San Suu g. She hasn't actually appeared to listen to you. She hasn't allowed your experts into the country. Yes, no, look if I fought that everyone is going to listen to me, my job would have been very easy in the first month. I would've solved all the world's problems. I mean, clearly, you know, those that I, I, the committing these crimes like to believe that somehow justified it by dint of public policy or whatever it is that they justified by in her case, I think what was deeply regrettable and this is come out in the report by the fact finding mission is that she was in a position to do something at the very least she could have kept quiet. There was no need for her to be the spokesperson of the Burmese. Military shouldn't have to say, this is an iceberg of misinformation. These fabrications she could have just stayed quiet or even better should have resigned. And she could have said, look, I can. I'm prepared to be the nominal leader of the country, but not under these conditions. Any thoughts on Brexit with the debate around it? The United Kingdom is a country I could deeply about. I studied in the United Kingdom. I lived many years there. My wife hails from the United Kingdom, and I have family there and, and over the course of the.
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"Of the blame hong san suu cheese insisted to the outside world that her government is on the same page is the international community they're sympathetic to human suffering and they're determined to find a solution to the crisis in western myanmar's recline state she outlined this in a speech to foreign diplomats last september just not the intention as an amount of lynch to apportion blame ought to abnegating negage responsibility we condemn all human rights violations and unlawful violence and international commission headed by kofi annan the un chief says the way to resolve the root of the problem is to give the stateless rohingya citizenship succi has pledged to implement the commission's recommendations but dr meal newmont spokesman for suu cheese party the national league for democracy your nld says that if the act boldly on the crisis it could trigger a massive backlash from conservatives who hold the upper hand in myanmar if we take the a proper action in accordance with the western community they'll would be nationwide demonstrations the nfl took power in two thousand sixteen following the freest elections in decades of military rule but in many ways the military is still in the driver seat munir ledges conservative forces loyal to the old hunter organize and pay mobs of provocateurs to stage protests and riots he says this happened in two thousand thirteen the police was informed but we have photos of those gains on mops million to admits that the nfl d lacks the political muscle to effectively implement its own policies for now he says succi is focusing on getting the military to cooperate with her and he says she's worked to prevent it from committing human rights abuses here's how suci but it herself last september the security forces have been instructed to exercise or do restraint and take full measures to avoid collateral damage and the harming of innocent civilians but critics say they don't see much difference between her attitude towards the ruhanga and the military's charmian is an ethnic row hanger and president of the democracy and human rights party he says he supported her for years our hope was that chicken make the country at visible county democratic country which is good for all people but in practice when she came in power with find a different on sound suit you charmian says that he's not moved by the argument that succi is powerless to control the military if she cannot introduce a strategy that will bring full power to civilian government ought to ha it is how failure it is not the failure of the public some of cheese critics say that power changed her like many more seem to think that she was never what people believed her to be we can't rely on her she is not democrats you know she has no regard for human rights kipnes are wins director of the yangonbased tampon deeper institute and like aung san suu she he's a former political prisoner he says it's jarring to compare her talk about human rights when she was a prisoner to her handling of the crisis now all this likenesses of martin luther king and mahatma gandhi make believe and are we know what the real south g some of her critics have called for suci to be brought before the international criminal court she just turned seventy three years old she has two years left in office in her party is begun to groom new leaders to succeed her kim's are win doubts that she can recover politically from their oh hangar crisis so this is his advice ice don't be disappointed but just treat her ask you really is in other words just as people shouldn't have sanctified her before there's no point in demonizing her now anthony kuhn npr news yanggon this is npr news archaeological evidence shows the first humans in california came one hundred forty thousand years ago historical records show the first european arrived in the state in fifteen forty in news accounts show google was founded in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven the point being each day history is made in california every weekday the california report follows evidence the record and the news to bring it to you as it happens i'm john sepulveda's listened to the california report right here on kqedorg we'll bring it to you at six fifty one this morning and then later i semi okay when her shut down its chocolate factory in smiths falls on tario people were crushed angry certainly took six hundred jobs a big part of our local economy and a huge part of our identity with them a decade later smiths falls has a new identity it's home to the.
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"Un and international media human rights groups rather than on the militray he also said that the advisory panel he was a member of didn't have a proper mandate wasn't improperly leads me simply didn't think it was gained to address the problems and we can say properly now he has previously been a friend of aung sun suu chee hasn't he suggest how significant is it that he is making the stand on he stepping down leading is enormously damaging i mean this is a man who used to go and visit said when she was under house arrest in the early 1990s and he has been engaged with myanmar ever since he's a seasoned diplomat he's got his own center for international dialogue and engagement and as part of that he has consistently wanted and these golota projects here in the arma that the kind of things he was saying about publicly suggest immense frustration he described as having an arrogance of power of lacking moral leadership of surrounding herself with psychopaths who tell her what she wants to here i mean these are extraordinarily damning things to say about somebody who is a friend and they confirm what many peoples have felt about aung san suu chee that she's out of touch that she's very very stubborn a not willing to change her mind she has over the regina issue more or less accepted the little trees version of events that the international community despite all of the testimony from range of refugees has just got it wrong and in fact in some ways is ganging up on obama so we've got a complete divergence now of views about what's going on in this country jonathan johnson you that was johnson had correspondent in gone the hopes of the brazilian former president luiz ignacio lula de silva that he could run for office again this year have been dealt a.
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"Amazed lagged europe that share did a big performance or was at the grammys of ottawa's cool to see share perform to all these like vintage artists that we don't see on tv herbie krivi replied serve bob geldof the founder of live aid and the backers of the city of dublin award also held by the leader of myanmar aung san suu guy in protest over her handling of the crisis in erode geniuses at house pronounced virginia right in that i mean phonetically looks like roofing romania but yeah i think you i'll he said a crib share the honour where this person who's come under heavy criticism for not speaking out against the ethnic cleansing going on in myanmar half a million of these people have fled violence of the country since august and they're all pouring into bangladesh with some really horrible stories of the atrocities going on he says i don't want to give it up i'm really proud of it no i get handed things by states and cities around the world but i'm a job at dublin her and this medal odd to me i don't want to do it but it's the most i can do and the least i can do a man of conscience it would seem that who desert remember what happened with this song in that while the other things so that's the under wind situation 1985 is live aid my god can remember that that grab no but siobhan and it was a long time ago by eight after a dj v time hi are more next nine with the picture tip of the day you're not many will join problems like what recite his hip displeasure another problems there are many of them in fact one out of five dog show symptoms of arthritis by the time they reach middleage heartbreaking to see your pet once full of.
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"To provide for the safety of those in burma including the right hang of this is a dialogue i've had with her for a number of years on this subject and the international community is pressing her as well we know the military government's calling the shots but we expect everybody who have as access to a microphone inside uh men maher the tell people the reality of what's going on in the country and that includes her we know they're not hearing it from their media but they have to hear it from other sources and that's why i appreciate radio free asia broadcasting this information in her recent statement questioning why the rain the were fleeing a denying that the military had conducted clearance awful operations that is factually false that's exactly what the military is doing their as i made clear what i wrote her a month ago her government in the military have a responsibility to protect all of the people of berbon regardless of their ethnic background a religious beliefs those responsible for these atrocities must face justice she in the military generals must rise to this challenge this is ethnic cleansing the protection of human rights has been our nation's chop priority in burma including freeing aung san suu cheap and today that must include also the muslim ruhengeri people this is a moral issue and it is a national security issue no one is more secure when extremism and instability is growing in this part of the world and and i were i look forward to hearing from the administration on how it's using the tools that we have to end this humanitarian and human rights crisis and i now turn to our ranking member for his statement has funny fears kennedy light on cspan media miss wrinkle well thank you very much mr chairman it is always thank you for calling his hearing and let me thank all witnesses and welcome you all to the foreign affairs committee who very welcome to the uh rocking the crisis is raging more than eight thousand miles from washington at that distance events like this can seem remote so during my stay raymond i ask that we display some images the show the rate reality facing the people on the right now as a reminder of the human tragedy unfolding as we sit here today these images are the result.
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"Bbc news waves shirt mcintosh the palestinian group that controls gaza hamas says it wants talks on forming a unity government with the rival movement fatter which dominates the palestinian authority of president mahmoud a bus in the west bank of hamas statement said it would dissolve the administrative committee that runs gone and hold general elections that's been no comment from fatter the un secretary general antonio guterro has again urged myanmar's leader aung san suu tree to end the military offensive that's forced hundreds of thousands of ranger muslims to flee the secretary's told the bbc that aung san suu chee at a cia chance to reverse the situation when she addresses the nation on tuesday there's been a second night of protests in the us city of st louis where white former policeman was acquitted on friday of murdering a black man the demonstrators were largely peaceful though police say some properties were damaged as hundreds marched through parts of the city a colombian court has sentenced thirty to form of paramilitaries to eight years in prison for over nine hundred crimes including murder abduction and forced displacement the sentence is the maximum allowed under the law that facilitated the mobilization of the rightwing paramilitary group the a see polling has begun in the pakistani city of lahore for a much discussed parliamentary byelection triggered by the resignation of the former prime minister nawaz sharif mr sharief was disqualified from office by pakistan supreme court in july of undisclosed earnings his wife consume now was is contesting the seat although she's currently in london for cancer treatment and in boxing the world middleweight title fight between again are the glove kin of kazakhstan and the mexicans sold can lol virus has ended in a draw after closelyfought bout in los angeles and that is the bbc news hello welcome back you're listening to weekend from the bbc.
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"The dawn that that monster grow if that onestar grows it will swallow everything and as a fellow nobel peace prize winner what do you make of these kohl's you've heard them to strip aung san suu chee of her prize well what i'm saying that they're when he got the prized world was very excited that she got the prize because she became the symbol of peace because you stood for democracy she is food for human drives she is too for all the things that decent in human life and she suffered for them she basically ffices for that we applaud that whole world applause that but now she murders as a completely different instead of upholding the human rights his helping destroying the human rights instead of going for the democracy she is destroying the democracy by nullifying the whole thing the series you the very fundamental issue is a such a simple thing people who lived there for generations seventy you say you are no longer a citizen nobody can though that what uncensored he has done she has denied everything she stood for so my way of looking at how i'm saying the please be the person apiece is used to be the board be a good leader yuri you have been a good leader that's how we applaud you but suddenly you abundant that draw you took that all government other military has defined for you that's not the role in your book for please please be the person you are if it means what's the cliff isis i'll do the sacrifices then we applaud your here have you better in the past yes and tell me your impressions other as a person yeah i i admire her for all the work he has done so i was very appreciative of what he has dan talked about the ring your problems he seemed very sympathetic to it so i was very happy that it's consistent with what i had in mind when i met her do you think some western leaders are embarrassed to make strong statements against aung san suu chee who day who they've lauded and made a heroin in the.
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"What trapped inside their home which he then says was set on fire so he hasn't heard from them since he believes that they died similar tests many really coming from a lot of people and you're also seeing some people come in with injuries including gunshot wounds spurns evidence really of the kind of violence they've actually behind asiapacific editor celia hatton told us more about exxon suit cheese statement she cites a mountain of misinformation she says it's fake news that is being spread to the to kind of blame her government for for what's going on in raccoon state and she but really than she kind of doubles down and she really does take aside and that's why the statement is so important because for a long time people have in calling around the world have been calling world leaders have been calling on her to denounce the violence to to step in and and and stop the violence the this this military crackdown this counterterrorism crackdown that has 'cause so many to flee racan uh she didn't do that though is she she instead really appear to support the military's actions by denouncing the terrorists and rock kind state and she she really didn't make any mention at all of of these these consistent reports of mass torture mass rape mass murder that are being carried out on behalf of the military and how powerful a figure it is she really will really there to faces of of of aung san suu cheetah depends on what she believed for a long time it's been suspected that she's really ah a hostage of the military me amar is a as as a relatively new democracy you know they just held elections eight you know just a few years ago that allowed aung san suu cheat to become the defacto leader but the military really does maintain a quite firm control over the government over the actions constitutionally uncensored she does has no control over the army or the police.
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"This is the bbc cities a complete range of programmes bbc world service dot com slash costs welcome to the latest global news recorded at thirty knows gmt on wednesday the six of september i'm jackie leonard with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the government of myanmar has rejected criticism at the counter insurgency campaign that's triggered an exodus of refugees to bangladesh also in the podcast one of the most powerful atlantic storms ever recorded hurricane alma is battering islands in the eastern caribbean if we have a going into mainland usa at least the category four that will be the first time in recorded history we've had to cut force hitting mainland usa in recorded history the european union's top court has dismissed a challenge by hungary and slovakia against mandatory quotas for asylum seekers and later once more he missed it what the sneezes of african wild dogs might tell us about that travel plans but first man mall has rejected accusations that its military is conducting a campaign of indiscriminate violence targetting reagan jim muslims the country's day factor leader aung sun suu chee said the crisis in raccoon state was being distorted by won't she called misinformation tens of thousands of the minority rule hinge a community have crossed into bangladesh to escape what they say is a bloody campaign by the burmese military against insurgents in a statement released by her office house on suci said tensions between communities were being found by fake news intended to promote the interest of terrorists she also referred to alleged terrorists at a news conference with the visiting indian prime minister to community for the struggles to test can thought that terrorist threat that king country since that together we can will to make sure that terror is not allowed to take incomes this woman selma bagan is one of the thousands of a hinge muslims who fled to bangladesh and ended up in cox's bazar delay glud blood light burns off hires is we could not take belongings we were hiding may held for two days in the rain without food with my children.