Suu Kyi Wishes To Hold Talks With Myanmar Junta Leader
In the course of this week, Suu Kyi proposed talks between political parties in the opposition to the point of finding a common way to face the challenges the new realities created by the elections on November 7.
Then, she made a very interesting statement about the role the powers in the region should play in the decision-making of the country.
They have condoned the junta regime and denied the help to democratic movement, thus ensuring the profit of their business.
Now, the Nobel laureate wants to hold talks directly with junta leader Senior General Than Shwe without even wishing to make a list of demands.
She called for a “peaceful revolution” in Myanmar, and said that the first step is to consolidate democratic forces.
She said the NLD, the party with which she won elections in 1990, believes the vote on November 7 was cast under unfair conditions.
She also says that she will consider the necessity to endorse, or not, the economic sanctions against Myanmar. Canadian PM announced his country would maintain the sanctions, while other countries said they were looking to Suu Kyi for guidance in the matter.11