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Japan, Australia concerned over Myanmar disbanding Suu Kyi party

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She reaping what she sowed ,for what she did to these Muslim

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Aung Sang SuKi is 77 years old today. Will she be able to see her release day when she will be 100 years old in 2056? The military which has banned her party has also condemned her to a slow death by takng 33 years to kill her.

Japan must add its voice to the international call to free Aung Sang Suki now.

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Let her go.

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Oh, is that the party that allowed the murder of thousands of innocent muslims and forced many from their homes? I think we'll be okay with that party disappearing into a black hole thank you very much Australia and Japan. She should remain in a damp cell for the rest of her life.

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another iron-run country feet deep in corpses and rising daily. filled with the stench of politics and diseased by history, packed to the nines with russian and chinese arms. farmers and monks and children mown down by soldiers. they never stood a chance. if the world might look.

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Oh, is that the party that allowed the murder of thousands of innocent muslims and forced many from their homes? I think we'll be okay with that party disappearing into a black hole thank you very much Australia and Japan. She should remain in a damp cell for the rest of her life.

You should not shamefully condemn Myanmar to more decades of dictatorship because you don't like one person.

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@TaiwanIsNotChina Today 12:06 pm JST

You should not shamefully condemn Myanmar to more decades of dictatorship because you don't like one person.

Well said sir/madam.

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well dear Australia and Japan,I believe Myanmar never cares about your own political parties...but I may be wrong...?

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Funny the UK isn’t involved too. They also have financial interests in her party and the countries resources. Who do think paid all her parties bribes?

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Funny the UK isn’t involved too. They also have financial interests in her party and the countries resources.

Not nearly as much as China, who run that country like a colony under the military.

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