19 Comments on "Myanmar needs democracy-friendly development growth, says Aung San Suu Kyi"


  1. I did not know that she is such an orator! She very nicely touched on several important issues, and the interrelated-ness. Hopefully, it will help many more from different countries also to understand the issues and deal them more holistically…

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  2. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi really hit a home-run with this speech. I love her wittiness, especially when she said with a smile, "I don't stand here as a representative of government – not yet anyway!"

    I can't wait for her Nobel Prize acceptance speech on Saturday and to see her personally when she comes here to Dublin on Monday. Thankfully, I got tickets!

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  3. she's our great leader,now i proud of her and very happy ,,her announcement is very good and hopefully other country helping to Burma,

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  4. Great lady with amazing speech! Our Democracy Leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi delivered the speech about her concern precisely!!! Many thanks Ah May Suu!!! We love you. Sandy Thin Mar Oo & Kaung Myat Thu family (UK) and many more friends all around the WORLD!!! Lots of Unity, Peace & Love, C

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  5. She worry for youths from our country for being jobless and being lost of hope. Indeed, her great speechs, compassionate smiles, strong desire, commitments and outstanding endeavor made us to live again, to stand up and to believe in our strength for our future. She is our greatest hope

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  6. 凸显国际劳工组织责任和使命!推动劳工运动的前进和发展。Highlight the ILO responsibility and mission. Promote the progress and development of the labor movement.

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  7. She always remind us that she is not one of them (politicians) but she is just one of us (the oppressed)

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  8. Who are you to say " All talk". You are the negative energy for Burma. We don't really need your comment.

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  9. I used to think she was genuine. She has the world under her spell while ethnic cleansing is going on in her country. Her only response to this is "They are not Burmese".

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