Burma Times: By Ibrahim Shah
A news conference was held at the home of Burmese Opposition leader and the chief of NLD Suu Kyi on today, Thursday, 5 November before 2 days ahead of the landmark November 8 election.
As the Rohingya Muslims, the most persecuted victims across the Burma and the majority of western Burma, face disenfranchisement in this “neo-Nazism 2015 Burmese election” for the first time throughout the Burmese and Rohingya history, world class distinguished reporters work hard to uncover the reason behind the Rohingya disenfranchisement and how Burmese politicians and opposition leader Suu Kyi are eerily silent to the deprivation of the voting rights of over one million Rohingya by Burmese quasi-military regime led by President Thein Sein.
When world class distinguished international reporters both jointly and reiteratively asked to Suu Kyi about the deprivation of voting rights of over one million Rohingya people by Burmese regime led by President Thein Sein, she warned not to exaggerate the problems of the country after utterly ignoring the worsened Rohingya crisis which brings international awareness as Burma practices discrimination and the most horrible on the earth—Genocide.
Furthermore, she insisted that the whole of Burma is experiencing a dramatic situation, not just Rakhine State. She fears that she would lose majority votes of Buddhists in the election if she speaks out the ongoing systematic persecution and human rights violations over Rohingya.
According to some observers on the politics of Burma, Suu Kyi was so eager to become President through political career rather than human rights activism.