Result BurmaOutcome Burma
Ko Ko Ko Ko Hlaing, chief advisor to the US presidency, said while the president's staff was astonished by the extent of Ms Suu Kyi's success. It is an election campaign that inspires enthusiasm and wants to show its spirit and hopes for change," he said to the Washington Post.
Findings of the Burmese refugee health check. - pubMed
Describe the exposition to violation of basic freedoms among Burma's refugee populations; contrast the exposition of an ethnically diverse Myanmar Shans with that of the remaining student populations; and contrast the exposition of those who had recently escaped from Burma with that of those who had previously entered Thailand.
In November 1997, a number of displaced persons settled and camped in northern Thailand near the Burmese frontier. Another 96 people (Group B), rather accidentally chosen, were asked for an abridged programme of interviews, 38 of whom had recently escaped. For the quantification of the exposition a scale was used. Certificates of exposures to bodily harm were evaluated and the consistence between the declared exposures, the notified follow-up manifestations and the outcome of the trial was evaluated.
RESULTS: Both groups report severe violation of fundamental rights: hard labor (Group A: 66%, Group B: 35%), concierge services (65%, 44%), resettlement (51%, 51%), killings of members of families (36%, 29%). Witnesses' testimony was considered true in all cases of bodily harm. SUMMARY: The violation of Burma's humanitarian law was huge.
Aside from the landmine issue, the Burma military has been blamed for all recorded and recorded atrocities.