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“And one day we will be free”


Most global observers dismissed Burma’s recent national elections as a sham. Though democracy advocate and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Aung San Suu Kyi was released, the country’s ruling military junta worked to tighten its grip on power by creating a dummy parliament. . Though Oslo-based dissident and broadcaster Kihin Maung Win is skeptical about dislodging the military any time soon, that doesn’t stop him from insisting on a message of national reconciliation.

Most global observers dismissed Burma’s recent national elections as a sham. Though democracy advocate and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Aung San Suu Kyi was released, the country’s ruling military junta worked to tighten its grip on power by creating a dummy parliament. . Though Oslo-based dissident and broadcaster Kihin Maung Win is skeptical about dislodging the military any time soon, that doesn’t stop him from insisting on a message of national reconciliation.

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