A rush to externalize accountability undermines professionals in domestic criminal justice agencies, Aung San Suu Kyi told ICJ.
The world turns a blind eye as crimes like murder, trafficking in humans, sex, and drugs take place in Rohingya camps.
India should not besmirch its fine record of humane treatment of refugees by pursuing the deportation option in the case of the Rohingyas
Aung San Suu Kyi and her National League for Democracy party do have support. But there is also a widespread nationalist perception that the leader and her party have a Western liberal outlook that gives greater weight to the minorities.
Aung San Suu Kyi commands enormous support in the political realm. But there is also a widespread nationalist perception that her Western liberal outlook privileges minority rights and diversity over the protection of Buddhism.
“It is Myanmar which is solely responsible for the Rohingya problem and it is Myanmar which must solve it.," said Foreign Minister A.K.Abdul Momen.
"We want to go back, recover our citizenship and live with dignity and with human rights. The world should assist us in reaching this very legitimate goal,” asserted Sawyadullah, a leader of the Rohingya refugees ,
China is achieving its geopolitical goals in the region and its political objectives within Myanmar, but its influence and role are viewed favorably by the Myanmarese.
“Informal dialogue means people sitting around, ideally away from a formal negotiating table, and exchanging ideas and trying to build a little bit of trust" Ambassador Scot Marciel told The Irrawaddy.
The international community appears to be helpless and suffering from fatigue trying to solve the Rohingya issue, says Dr.Swaran Singh of Jawaharlal Nehru University