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VOA Interview with Aung San Suu Kyi

Thank you for being with us this afternoon. Our time is short, we’ll get right to the questions. Political and economic reforms in Burma are clearly not yet complete. What needs to happen next?  ASSK: We need to just go on with the process. We need to find out what we have to do in order to keep the democratization process on track.  Economic reforms have to be taken one by one. You see it’s not …

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Scott Stearns interviews Aung San Suu Kyi at VOA in Washington D.C.

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Thank you for being with us this afternoon. Our time is short, we’ll get right to the questions. Political and economic reforms in Burma are clearly not yet complete. What needs to happen next?

ASSK: We need to just go on with the process. We need to find out what we have to do in order to keep the democratization process on track.  Economic reforms have to be taken one by one. You see it’s not …

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