China plans to exploit power-shortage protests in Burma
May 26, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Asian Correspondent
Intolerable for electricity-power shortages, demonstrators have taken the street in several towns in Burma this week, including former capital Rangoon and ancient capital Mandalay since citizens test the limit of democratic changes, warning the one-year old quasi-civilian government to take responsibilities for the incompetence management.
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