Since Nov 2010, the military dictators find alternative to legalize them and their systems acceptance to general public and intl communities by changing their uniforms, forming of mockery parliament and political party USDP from USDA with their military generals, the both occupying about 64% of total seats.
It is literally- 'old wine with new bottle'.
In Arakan state, the Rakhine people party RNDP's leader Dr. Aye Maung who is the main perpetrator of the violence, likely to win the election in Arakan state, will in deed make an opportunity for him to immediately wiping out of entire muslim community from the state.
Progress of Free and Fair?
Former military general Thein Sein, alone could not guarantee to honor the election result while
the top military dictator Than Shwe remain as a president of the country and control the country and his generals from behind. Their military constitution is unamendable by any power and it also bars Ms. Suu Kyi from becoming PM or president.
Noble Laureate Ms. Suu Kyi who is still seem to be the most popular has taken side with majority, has now forgotten to minorities who have been supporting her for decades. Her party has expelled all muslim members the ahead of election. On the time, the person who fought for freedom and rights against the military rules has fear losing of majority supports.
Recent changes are possible signs of ending tyrant military rules for majority Buddhism people and path way of 'freedom' for them only. However, exclusion of the entire mulsim community including Rohingya, is also a stereotype of 'majority representative democracy'.
Such little changes gain supports from western nations that come to ignore ongoing genocide, wars in northern and eastern and political prisoners.
1) ICC must investigate the ongoing crimes against humanity and genocide across Burma.
2) Intl communities to create a 'safe zone' for Rohingya people and establish 'an independent Rohingya state' within Arakan state while the central ruler, authorities and majority people segregating and pushing out the Rohingya people.
3) UN and its member countries to effectively and appropriately use forces to ensure aid delivery reach to the hand of victims on the grounds in Arakan state, Shan state, Kachin state and other areas.
4) Immediately and unconditional release of all political prisoners and thousands of Rohingya detained across Arakan state.
5) Immediate stop of waging wars in Shan, Kachin states and other areas.
6) Immediately cease of segregation, discrimination and ethnic cleansing against Rohingya and other minorities including those from 42 concentration camps of Arakan state.
7) Immediately lift the blockage of intl aid supply in Arakan state, Shan state, Kachin state and other areas.