Aberdeen mum’s despair at decision not to prosecute over son’s death
Indecision Share:. Accomplishments You can fool all of the people all of the time if your effects budget is large enough. Acquisition The discovery that you're no longer a big fish in a small pond, or even a small fish in a big pond, but a small fish in a big fish.
Adaptation The bad news is robots can do your job now. Who were the perpetrators? Why are close to a million Rohingya now stuck in camps in Bangladesh, and others in precarious displacement camps in Rakhine State?
Who should be held responsible? Will there be elections in Rakhine State in ? If so, who will get to vote? Should the international community refuse to provide electoral assistance and monitoring in Rakhine State as a tangible form of protest?
Hope, despair and the new normal in Myanmar
What is the way forward to ensure that the Rohingya have a place in the political future of Myanmar? None of these questions have easy answers but they need to be discussed. The two Reuters journalists are incredibly luckily. Their truth telling efforts have not cost them their lives. Others, such as the late lawyer U Ko Ni , were not so fortunate and paid the price for advocating for constitutional change and for denouncing the efforts to exclude the Rohingya from the elections.
Then there is the fate of the hundreds of thousands of refugees and displaced persons who face a future of deep uncertainty and poverty. And so we swing from despair to hope and back to despair as the new normal of an NLD government with a strong military presence takes root in Myanmar, a government arrangement that is likely to be endorsed again in the elections.
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