Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Burmese Student Leader Calls For Non-Violent Resistance After Mob Killing

WASHINGTON—A Burmese student leader has called on fellow pro-democracy activists to stick to the rule of law in the wake of the beating to death of 1988 student activist Ko Thet Naing Oo.
“The time has arrived for all of us to be very careful not to emulate the ways of those individuals who want to solve problems through violent means,” Min Ko Naing told RFA’s Burmese service.

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Category: Asia and Burma.