April 3, 2012

A Triumph for Democracy in Myanmar

Chicago Tribune, Chicago Tribune

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Maybe things will work out better after her latest triumph. Her National League for Democracy apparently captured nearly all of the parliamentary seats being contested in Sunday's elections. Instead of house arrest, she'll be leading the opposition in a People's Assembly where such things have been virtually unknown.

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TAGGED: Burma, Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi

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