Freedom From Fear - Part 2: Section 12 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Section 12 Summary

This section comes from the two 1988 letters Aung San Suu Kyi wrote to Amnesty International, dated September 24th and October 24th. The letters were intercepted by the military regime and and the next year printed as evidence in an official publication under a title which began: "The Conspiracy of Treasonous Minions." In her first letter to Amnesty International, despite military oppression so extensive as to preclude Amnesty International entering the country, Aung San Suu Kyi proposes a practical solution, a way the organization can make itself useful. She said that in the forthcoming General Debate at the United Nations, the struggle for freedom and democracy in Burma would be advanced if many ambassadors mentioned their grave concerns about the wanton slaughter of unarmed demonstrators, children, and Buddhist monks occurring in Burma. She appealed to Amnesty International to bring the current situation...

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