Myanmar's Suu Kyi says she will continue to fight for human rights


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Successful or not, I hope she will live the rest of her life free forever. Human rights is for everyone ,those with guns included.

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Success too far better she should take good care of her health.

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There is no wa they'll let her...they'll throw her back in the slammer in no time or out of the country (if she is lucky)....

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She is a woman I have utmost respect for. I wish her all the best.

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I, too, respect her and the cause she represents: human rights.

In almost every country, you'll find forces opposed to those rights in their various forms. This is an exciting time for Myanmar as Suu Kyi continues to set the example for non-violent change.

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Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is a living saint.

Let us hope (against hope) that this is the beginning of a change for Burma.

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