Aung San Suu Kyi Detention is Temporary, Says Thai FM
That commitment was in doubt after military officials took the pro-democracy leader into custody last Friday, along with several of her political associates. The military also shut down colleges and universities, which have long been a haven for dissent.
The special United Nations envoy to Burma has decided to go ahead with plans to visit the country Friday. Malaysian diplomat Razali Ismail says he will demand that the military release Aung San Suu Kyi and and all other detained opposition leaders.
There have been widespread reports that Aung San Suu Kyi was injured before her detention, when pro-government demonstrators smashed the windshield of her car during clashes in northern Burma. But the government denies she was hurt.
The government also has announced it will soon reopen universities. Students were supposed to have begun a new semester last Monday.
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39 Congresso (I sessione)
39° Congresso (prima sessione) del Partito Radicale Nonviolento Transnazionale e Transpartito. Le mozioni approvate
Sostegno all’appello del Presidente Chirac e del Presidente Diouf, Sauver Tombouctou pour sauver la paix / Saving Timbuktu to save the peace.
Senato del Partito Radicale
Roma, 8/9 febbraio 2014
- dall'intervento di Maurizio Turco, Tesoriere del Partito Radicale (pdf)
- Il dibattito dell'8 e 9 febbraio [primo giorno] [secondo giorno]
Roma, 14 dicembre 2013