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Description: Interview with Aung San Suu Kyi - a historical political manifestation. Politics, democracy and human rights became her call in life, when she returned to Burma. Driven by her father's history as a known reform politician, she created a political party and won by a landslide election in 1992. She was shortly thereafter imprisoned and put in house arrest for what turned out to be 15 years. The feature offers an exclusive interview with Aung San Suu Kyi, which not only covers her personal and political fight for democracy, but also her personal costs. The feature also includes a unique reportage on young Burmesians fight against the regime, thirdly a reportage covering the consequences of the Western economical sanctions with ASSK featuring two leading politicians from the opposition, and fourthly a feature on the election and oppositional criticism on ASSKs party neglecting to run for parliament.
Pyihtaungsu Thamada Myanmar Naingngandaw (Republic of the Union of Myanmar)
President: Myint Swe
Nay Pyi Taw
Myanmar or Burmese
(2020 est.) 54,775,000
Source: Britannica Academic, s.v. "Myanmar," accessed March 23, 2021, https://academic.eb.com/levels/collegiate/article/Myanmar/111149.
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