Images of a democracy icon

May 15, 2009

Detained Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is one of the most difficult people for journalists to photograph as access to the democracy icon is severely limited. Often the only way to see an image of Suu Kyi is on the posters and placards of demonstrators protesting her detention, or in the case above against fresh charges brought against her.

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It is a shame and sense of lack of power for all of us as Human Beings to be witness of impunity and abuse by the Myanmar Authorities with The leader opposition AUNG SANG SUU KYI.
As a woman I consider it is an atrocity tthat is not being addressed. Her vulnerable situation is a sample of what violence against freedom and against woman in the world faces.

Posted by Maria | Report as abusive
 

I have read lot of suffering by this leader for restoration of democracy in Myanmar.
I hope that, world leaders, United Watch dog,intellectuals,real freedom lovers ,will prove that,there is light at the end of a tunnel.

Posted by krishnamurthi ramachandran | Report as abusive
 

First, i am conveying thanks to you for publishing of my comments.
i am a regular commentator of various subjects to this website.
Again, i am requesting all great,prominent world leaders sit together and find that democracy is restored in Myanmar.
This is very long due to Myanmar people.

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