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本帖最后由 whatever-Ethan 于 2009-7-4 00:08 编辑


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Burmese Exiles, Rights Groups Hold Hope for UN Chief's Visit

 

 

 

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The U.N. Secretary-General says his trip to Burma this week is first of all aimed at securing the release of political prisoners, including democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

 

The widely criticized trial of the Nobel Prize winner is set to resume Friday as Mr. Ban arrives for talks with Burma's military rulers. He acknowledged the sensitivity in the timing of his trip. Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested for allowing an unauthorized visitor to stay at her home. If convicted, she could face five years in prison.

 

It was not clear if Mr. Ban will meet with Aung San Suu Kyi. U.N. envoys have long pushed the Burmese government to release all political prisoners and allow democratic reforms.  But in the past two years, the number of dissidents locked up has nearly doubled to more than 2,000. Benjamin Zawacki, a Burma researcher for Amnesty International in Bangkok, says the arrests are part of the military's plan to stamp out opposition ahead of next year's controversial elections.

 

Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy won Burma's last elections in 1990 but the military never allowed them to take power. The government has since kept her under house arrest for more than 13 years. The military has also cracked down on ethnic rebels, sending thousands of civilians fleeing into refugee camps in Thailand.

 

stamp out:踩灭; 镇压; 扑灭

house arrest:软禁

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The UN Secretary General says his trip to Burma this week is first of all aimed at securing release of political prisoners, including democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi.
The widely criticized trial of the Nobel Prize winner is set to resume Friday as Mr. Ban arrives for talks with Burma's military rulers. He acknowleged the sensitivity in the timing of this trip.
Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested for allowing an unauthorized visitor to stay at her home. If convicted, she could face five years in prison.
It's not clear if Mr. Ban will meet with Aung San Suu Kyi.
UN envoys have long pushed Burmese government to release all political prisoners and allow democratic reforms..But in the past two years, the number of dissidents locked up has nearly doubled to more than two thousand.
Benjamin Zawacki, a Burma researcher for * international in Bangkok, said the arrests are part of the military's plan to step out of opposition ahead of next year's controversial elections.
Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for democracy won the last election in 1990, but the military never allowed them to take power. The government has since kept her in house arrest for more than 13 years. The military has also cracked down on ethnic rebels, sending thousands of civilians fleeing to refugee camps in Thailand.
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本帖最后由 Rachel8525 于 2009-7-3 08:14 编辑

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本帖最后由 MORNINGSUNER 于 2009-7-3 08:57 编辑

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The UN Secretary General says his trip to Burma this week is first of all aimed at securing the release of political prisoners, including democracy leader Anug San Suu Kyi. The wildly criticized
trial of the Nobel Prize winner is said to resume Friday as Mr. Ban arrives for talk with Burma military rulers. He acknowledges the sensitivity in the timing of the visit.
Anug San Suu Kyi was arrested for allowing an unauthorized visitor to stay at her home. If convicted, she would face five years in prison. It was not clear Mr. Ban will meet Miss Anug San Suu Kyi. US envoys have long pushed Burmese government to release all political prisoners and allowed democratic reforms. But in the past two years, the number of dissidents locked up has nearly doubled for more than 2000. Benjamin
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The UN Secretary General says his trip to Burma this week is first of all aimed at securing the release of political prisoners, including democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi.
The widely criticized trial of the Nobel Prize winner is set to resume Friday as Mr. Ban arrives for talks with Burma's military rulers. He acknowle
dged the sensitivity in the timing of this trip.
Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested for allowing an unauthorized visitor to stay at her home. If convicted, she could face five years in prison.
It's not clear if Mr. Ban will meet with Aung San Suu Kyi.
UN envoys have long pushed Burmese government to release all political prisoners and allow democratic reforms. But in the past two years, the number of dissidents locked up has nearly doubled to more than two thousand.
Benjamin Zawacki, a Burma researcher for
amnesty international in Bangkok, says the arrests are part of the military's plan to stamp out (of) opposition ahead of next year's controversial elections.
Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for democracy won
Burma’s last election in 1990, but the military never allowed them to take power. The government has since kept her under house arrest for more than 13 years. The military has also cracked down on ethnic rebels, sending thousands of civilians fleeing into refugee camps in Thailand.
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The UN Secretary General says his trip to Burma this week is first of all aimed at securing the release of political prisoners, including democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi. The widely criticized trial of the Nobel Prize winner is set to resume Friday as Mr. Ban arrives for talks with Burma's military rulers. He acknowledged the sensitivity in the timing of this trip.

Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested for allowing an unauthorized visitor to stay at her home. If convicted, she could face five years in prison.It was not clear if Mr. Ban will meet with Aung San Suu Kyi. UN envoys have long pushed Burmese government to release all political prisoners and allow democratic reforms. But in the past two years, the number of dissidents locked up has nearly doubled to more than two thousand.
Benjamin Zawacki, a Burma researcher for amnesty international in Bangkok, says the arrests are part of the military's plan to stamp out of opposition ahead of next year's controversial elections.

Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for democracy won Burma’s last election in 1990, but the military never allowed them to take power. The government has since kept her under house arrest for more than 13 years. The military has also cracked down on ethnic rebels, sending thousands of civilians fleeing into refugee camps in Thailand.
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本帖最后由 sc-xie 于 2009-7-3 11:03 编辑

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The UN Secretary-General says his trip to Burma this week is first of all aimed at securing the release of political prisoners, including democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.


The widely criticized trial of the Nobel Prize winner is set to resume Friday as Mr. Ban arrives for talk with Burma’s military rulers. He acknowledged the sensitivity in the timing of this trip.


Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested for allowing an unauthorized visitor to stay at her home. If convicted, she could face five years in prison. It was not clear if Mr. Ban will meet Aung San Suu Kyi. UN envoys have long pushed Burmese government to release all political prisoners and allow democratic reforms. But in the past two years, the number of dissidents of locked up has nearly doubled to more than 2000.


Benjamin Zawacki, a Burma researcher for amnesty of international in Bangkok, says the arrests are part of the military plan to stamp out of opposition and ahead of next year's controversial of elections.


Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for democracy won Burma's last election in 1990. But the military never allowed them to take power. The government has since kept her under house arrest for more than thirteen years. The military has also cracked down on ethnic rebels, sending thousand of civilians fleeing into refugee camps in Thailand.




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The UN Secretary General says his trip to Burma this week is first of all aimed at securing release of political prisoners, including democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi.
The widely criticized trial of the Nobel Prize winner is set to resume Friday as Mr. Ban arrives for talks with Burma's military rulers. He acknowledged the sensitivity in the timing of this trip.
Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested for allowing an unauthorized visitor to stay at her home. If convicted, she could face five years in prison. It's not clear if Mr. Ban will meet with Aung San Suu Kyi.
UN envoys have long pushed Burmese government to release all political prisoners and allow democratic reforms. But in the past two years, the number of dissidents locked up has nearly doubled to more than two thousand.
Benjamin Zawacki, a Burma researcher for amnesty international in Bangkok, says the arrests are part of the military's plan to step out of opposition ahead of next year's controversial elections.
Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for democracy won Burma’s last election in 1990, but the military never allowed them to take power. The government has since kept her under house arrest for more than 13 years. The military has also cracked down on ethnic rebels, sending thousands of civilians fleeing into refugee camps in Thailand.
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本帖最后由 whatever-Ethan 于 2009-7-3 23:58 编辑


The UN Secretary General says his trip to Burma this week is first of all aimed at securing release of political prisoners, including thedemocracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi.
The widely criticized trial of the Nobel Prize winner is set to resume Friday as Mr. Ban arrives for talks with Burma's military rulers. He acknowledged the sensitivity in the timing of this trip.
Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested for allowing an unauthorized visitor to stay at her home. If convicted, she could face five years in prison. It's not clear if Mr. Ban will meet with Aung San Suu Kyi.
UN envoys have long pushed Burmese government to release all political prisoners and allow democratic reforms. But in the past two years, the number of dissidents locked up has nearly doubled to more than two thousand.
Benjamin Zawacki, a Burma researcher for amnesty international in Bangkok, says the arrests are part of the military's plan to step out of opposition ahead of next year's controversial elections.
Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for democracy won Burma’s last election in 1990, but the military never allowed them to take power. The government has since kept her under house arrest for more than 13 years. The military has also cracked down on ethnic rebels, sending thousands of civilians fleeing into refugee camps in Thailand.

 

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