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Burma Briefing No. 18: By-Elections Don’t Mean Burma is Free

By Burma Campaign UK  •  March 30, 2012

In the run-up to by-elections on 1 April, this commentary by Zoya Phan, Campaigns Manager at Burma Campaign UK, looks at the details behind the headline changes in Burma.

There are many welcome developments. Hundreds of political prisoners have been freed, some freedom of speech is now being tolerated, and there is more media freedom.

On the face of it things are looking more positive than they have for a long time. But take a more careful look at was is happening, and there are also reasons to be cautious, and even very concerned.

Download the briefer here.

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