Rohingya Crisis: How strong is Suu Kyi?

_97787335_gettyimages-106819640.jpgMany international leaders and Nobel laureates have expressed their concerns on the issue of the violence in Rohingya province and the issue of Rohingya Muslims fleeing in Myanmar.

Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of Myanmar, defended the atrocities committed on Rohingya Muslims by defaming them against acts of extremism. Meanwhile, the news of not taking part in the United Nations General Assembly scheduled for next week of Suu Kyi is also being revealed.

One question that is emerging in front of everyone is that ‘Aung San Suu Kyi is so powerful within your country?’

For the first time on the current Rohingya crisis,

Rohingya crisis: What is the compulsion of Suhui?

Aang San Suu Kyi forgot to come back to power!
Aung San Suu Kyi with the President of Myanmar
State counselor is Suu Kyi
At present, Aung San Suu Kyi is appointed as the State Counselor in Myanmar. He made this post by amending the Constitution himself. The objective was to prevent the person from reaching the post of President, who has been married to a foreigner or his children are foreign citizens.

Suu Kyi is the most popular leader in Myanmar. His party name is National League for Democracy (NLD). His party won a tremendous victory in the general election in 2015.

Major decisions of the party and the cabinet are taken by Suu Kyi, she is also handling the post of External Affairs Minister.

The power of Suu Kyi can be estimated from the fact that Myanmar’s President Tin Cho is accountable to Suu Kyi for her work.
For 20 years army and Sue have been opposing each other
How much strength does the army have?

The constitution of Myanmar is made by the military government there, which has been in power in some form since 1962. This constitution was approved by a referendum in the year 2008. At that time, NLD or Suu Kyi did not enter into its agreement.

In this Constitution passed by the military government, a quarter of the seats of Parliament were declared reserved for the army. Along with this, the three important ministries – Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Defense and border related matters, the Army kept the army with them.

Six of the 11 most important seats of the National Security and Security Council are with the army, they have the power to remove the elected democratically elected government.

14% of the state’s budget is spent on defense, it is more than the budget of health and education.

Aang San Suu Kyi and the army have been fighting for more than 20 years. Suu Kyi was interned in the house for some 15 years.

Suu Kyi and the army are running the country after the elections, Suu Kyi has a public opinion, while the army has the real power.

There are still disagreements between the two on many issues. Soo wants to amend the constitution while the army is not in favor of it.

The most favorite mantra of Sooi is ‘Rule of Law’. One thing that the army and Sushan agree on is to maintain stability in the state and to improve the economy.
Rohiniya’s attitude towards?

Suu Kyi is very careful on Rohingya issue because the Rohingya people of Myanmar are not sensitive towards Muslims.

Most of Burma’s population believe that Rohingyas are not citizens of Myanmar and they are illegal migrants from Bangladesh.

The conditions in the Maintain Province are even worse. There is a fight between the Buddhist people and the Rohingya community for decades. Buddhists living in the shelf have started believing that they will soon become a minority in their area.

The Nationalist Party of Maintainant, ANP, is in majority in the local assembly, but there is no control over Suu Kyi’s party NLD on this party.

There is sympathy for the police in the public of the holdeners there. More than half of the officers in the police are Buddhists. Most of the northern restraint is in the custody of the army.

Even Army Commander General Min Ang Heng has said that his sympathy towards Rohingya community is very little.
Media control
The role of media coverage in Myanmar situation has also been very important. In the last five years, the penetration of the Internet, mobile has increased rapidly. But only a small part of the media is covering the Rohingya problem.

Most of the media channels kept on the news of the disappearance of Buddhists and Hindus from the province, whose numbers are actually very few.

Due to social media, misinformation and information are spreading rapidly among the public.
Think of suu

Aang San Suu Kyi appears to be tied to a large extent in this Tarhakhain province. If they stand in support of the Rohingya community, then the majority of the Buddhist people will get angry with them.

Suu Kyi also understands this danger and that is why she does not want to play the role of supporting Rohingya Muslims. And once the mind changes, it is very difficult to change it.

If Suu Kyi kept opposing army’s action in the province, will the army take action in the state? This question must have been in the mind of Suu Kyi. In the current situation, the public may also be seen supporting the army.

In the 2015 elections, even if Suu Kyi’s party has been a big success, but the real power of the state is in the hands of the army

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