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Amnesty Strips Aung San Suu Kyi of Human Rights Prize for “Disgraceful Values” in Myanmar

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Since a new wave of violence began last year, the security forces are accused of killing thousands of raped women and girls, imprisoning and torturing men and boys and raising hundreds of homes to the ground in what a UN fact has called It is a textbook for ethnic cleansing.

More than 720,000 Rohingya has fled across the border to Bangladesh, but the government there has then signed an agreement with Myanmar to send them back.

Naidoo wrote: “Aung San Suu Kyi’s failure to pronounce on Rohingya is one reason why we can no longer justify her status as an ambassador for conscience. [19659002]” Her rejection of gravity and the extent of cruelty means that it is not There are some opportunities to improve the situation of the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya living in limbo in Bangladesh or for the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya left in the Rakhine state.

“Without acknowledging the terrible crimes against society, it’s hard to see how the government can take action to protect them from future cruelty.”

Ms Suu Kyi has also been removed from the United States Holocaust Mus eum Elie Weisel Prize and City of Freedom, withdrawn from Dublin, Edinburgh, Oxford, Glasgow and Newcastle.

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