DEMOCRACY REFORMS REQUIRED IN BURMA

Jan 11, 12 DEMOCRACY REFORMS REQUIRED IN BURMA

DEMOCRACY REFORMS REQUIRED IN BURMA

The European Union is planning to open a representative office in Burma. Michael Mann, a spokesman for EU foreign policy has agreed to an agreement with the Burmese Government to open a representative office in Rangoon. The office would be mainly for the welfare of the city and for the Human Rights of the people. This office would report to the EU ambassador in Bangkok.

EU is looking forward for the easy sanction policy by Burmese government. Other countries are also seeing for the development of Burma by easing sanctions if democracy reforms take place. The sanctions should also be imposed on military crackdown before democracy movement.US secretary Hillary Clinton visited Burma to look forward for the reformation in Burma and they would also assist the national Human Rights Commission. The British Foreign secretary Hague also decided to visit Burma for this reformation and also ask them to release the political prisoners. Politicians are happy with the reformation going in Burma but they are also disappointed with the Burmese Government as they do not release the political prisoners.

There are many political prisoners in Burma but government is not asking some actions to release them. Thus EU and many other countries are ready to help Burma but they all demand the release of political prisoners. If Burma does not look for democracy reforms, the economic development would get low down and no one would help it out. So, Burma should bring some positive reformation and should take some actions for the release of political prisoners.

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