Washington Post Editorial Talks of ‘Dark Side’ to Reforms

An editorial in the Washington Post on Thursday said that Burma’s reforms are far from finished, and already they are “displaying a dark side.” The editorial criticized the Burmese government’s response to the recent anti-Muslim violence, which has killed at least 40 people since late March. The article also criticized the National League for Democracy, saying “Aung San Suu Kyi, who appears focused on presidential elections scheduled for 2015, has been largely silent on the issue, leading some to suggest she is catering to ethnic Burmese voters. If so, that would be both a moral error and a political miscalculation.”

One Response to Washington Post Editorial Talks of ‘Dark Side’ to Reforms

  1. western should aware the game want to play by thien sein lead regime.ease sanction some external reforms are show case, at the bottom actually no reform.so called free media,instigate violent to minority ethnic lying legally, e.g when rakhine extremist burnt rohingya whole village it was reported they burnt their home.the president denial no rohingya ethnic in Burma is laughable.denying the truth,refusing to accept historical fact of rohingya ethnicity,committing war crime against kachin rebel proof the Burmese government are number one lair on earth. they just want to take advantage of western soft stance.so they can finish all ethnic, like rohingya ethnic in Myanmar map.world body should not fool to believe ,to this rascal regime to take strong action such as expel Burma from United nation member,re-impose sanction ,issue arrest warrant to leadership of Burma.extremist individual likr Dr aye maung, radical like buddhist monk wiratu ,military hardliner opportunist, rogue politician than nyunt,thangankyunt MP,meikhtila killers khin Nyunt must shown red card by international body UN,EU and NATO.

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