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Burma Laos India China Nepal Pakistan Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan Thailand And, Where is Myannmar? Aung San
Suu Kyi A fighter life Aung San Suu Kyi was born in 1945.
In the period of 1989 to 2010 she was a Burma's political prisoner because she was in the opposition of the military dictatorship Now she's a political leader in her native country: Myanmar / Burma ASIA About her life: Childhood Maturity Prison Now Short history of Myannmar. In the far past Myanmar :
-like many of our near countries, had
many tribes like pegu, ava and mon.
- was a country with many dynasties
- later, was a british colony from 1824
to 1948 In the near past Myanmar:
-was under military dictatorship for 49 years
-was one of the most human rights violators countries
-had more than 7.000 political prisoner Now Myanmar:
- hasn't a dictatorship since 2011
- has a constitutional republic and a
president: Thein Sein
- many of the Myanmar population still have critical problems with hunger and basic resources
-the economic situation is fragile and the war and violence inside the country are not concluded yet The general Aung San, (her father) was murdered in 1947: when she was 2 years old She married with the Cuban-English Michael Aris and they had two kids: Alexander and Kim Aris.
She lived in England with her family Her return to Myanmar She worked with the Democracy League .
Although she had many problems with the dictatorship, she continued her work with the people. She said that "We need to visit all towns, because the democracy is for all" Later she was imprisoned with many of her colleagues of the Democracy League. She was 12 years under house arrest with many prohibitions. While she was in prison, the Democracy League won the first elections but the dictatorship ignored the results and she remained in prison. In prison she won the Nobel prize of peace of 1991. She couldn't receive the prize until 2012 in Oslo Her family in 1991 went to receive the prize in her name. Contributions. Mean. Than Shwe