On the issue of real national reconciliation, we have to be modest about our contribution. The film portrays many sociological aspects in the country- from the issues of health and education to the problems of child labor. How soon will that happen? The international community is ready and willing and able to help. Could you elaborate more on this? This is a defining moment for democratic development in the country. Full fledged diplomatic relations with Burma? My editor, Khin Soe Win and I followed her around to different countries and cities as she accepted the prizes and made great speeches. And we have now an active legislature- Burmese Hlutaw.
That is what we expect to see after the elections. All the different parties that are engaged- this is an opportunity for them to organize themselves, to think harder about their platforms, to think about what they would do to represent the interest of the people. Four years ago, it took place in Mexico. What would you call it? Now after being released, you continue to work on politics? The story of Burma is one of the best stories. We announced that after the release of political prisoners in January, our President and Secretary of State stated that we will raise our senior level of diplomatic representation to ambassador so that is in process. So by implementing this law again, we will make these societies live in harmony and respect human rights. I was one of them.
We are responding to the reform process and in kind. How do you see this? You were imprisoned because of your political movement. What sort of rewards is the Burmese government stops? Hence, the quality of women is important. They are actually not helping the people of Burma to help take steps forward. They told me that is why I had received the award. We have seen a continuing momentum toward reform, but this is really a substantial moment. Representatives from 43 language services dressed up on the day to greet guests, governors, ambassadors and etc.
As you lay out, there are enormous challenges that lay ahead. Your government will go to that area, and help solve those problems, on this trip? We feel that there may be a role for us to play in understanding the situation and understanding what the perspectives are, and facilitating ourselves there. So we have to think on the outside of how we can be effective in our help and assistance. We certainly will be responding. There are other issues of course that need to be addressed inside the country. How important is the elections in lifting sanctions? Fortunately, I could come here and was awarded. What is your personal observation and your role? We are watching that closely, and we are not going to pick sides who is with whom.
I understand that the government and civil society — the capacity to absorb is limited. And we want to continue that momentum of partnership. Months at most to send an ambassador. At the time, you explained about the executive power to ease sanctions and new measures to ease sanctions. People say that the government wants to make this election a showcase to the international community- calling it a free and fair elections. I want to give them the message that I mentioned above.
It was such a wonderful treat to talk to them about journalism, broadcasting, jobs and attaining their dreams despite any obstacles that come their way. What do you think about the interview? But it is premature to say that all is well or this process is inevitably going to lead towards a stable solution. People are saying that there are hardliners and liberals in parliament. There are many political prisoners in Burma. He says that it is ignited by the rape and murder of a young girl by Rohingya men. Because a lot of people are wondering….
We have a lot to work on. အေမရိကန္ရဲ႕ ျပည္တြင္းေစာင့္ၾကည့္ေရး အစီအစဥ္ဆုိင္ရာ ဥပေဒ အတည္ျပဳႏုိင္ေရး အထက္လႊတ္ေတာ္ ႀကိဳးပမ္း၊ ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံမွာ ၿငိမ္းခ်မ္းေရးနဲ႔ တည္ၿငိမ္ေရး မရွိတာက ေလွစီးေျပးျပႆနာရဲ႕ အေၾကာင္းရင္းတခုလို႔ ကန္ လက္ေထာက္ ႏုိင္ငံျခားေရး၀န္ႀကီး ေျပာ၊ ယူနန္ျပည္နယ္ထဲမွာ စစ္ေရး ေလ့က်င့္မယ့္အေၾကာင္း တ႐ုတ္ေၾကညာ၊ စသည္… Originally published at -. The more involved women are, the more developed each sector will be. Our country will not develop until this system exists. Film Director and Producer, Robert Lieberman went into Burma, also known as Myanmar, and filmed covertly for 3 years. We distributed pamphlets, calling on the government to allow us to organize a student union. And then have a dialogue on how the situation can create instability in a way that can cross borders and create regional problems.
Zin Mar Aung :They the award committee told me that I was considered for the award as I was a political prisoner, who had endured 11 years in jail, and today I still continue to be involved in political movements- promoting democracy, after being released. We have an embassy there, but we want to send an ambassador to raise a level of our diplomatic representation. It strengthens the muscle for future elections. It takes some time in our system for things to work out, and that process is on going. This is a blog post that I have been waiting to put up for a very long time. How important are women in a political movement? You have an extraordinary and plenipotentiary position, but when is a permanent ambassador going to be appointed in Burma? What do you think about what President Thein Sein had said? Thein Sein believes that through education- the different communities may be able to live in harmony, while noting that Rohingyas should not be given Burmese citizenship.
We are still concerned about the human rights abuses that go on in these areas- the issue of political prisoners- there are still some numbers imprisoned because of their beliefs -because of political activities. How they hold these elections if they are truly free and fair- there is a level playing field, if there is no intimidation and the counting and the rest go rather smoothly. If it continues to open up the society to reach out to the ethnic communities in good faith and both sides come to the table in good faith and deal with the very difficult deep divisions, and there is a political dialogue. Burma, also known as Myanmar lived under a military dictatorship for decades- with enforced oppressive laws including the suppression of freedom of speech and expression. Thousands of ethnics flee Burma also known as Myanmar to escape persecution. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi even had a special message to the audience.