Myanmar gov't apologizes for crackdown violence
Myanmar's government formally apologized Saturday to the country's Buddhist monks for its recent crackdown on protesters at a copper mine that injured more than 100 of their monastic colleagues.
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#1 Dec 15, 2012
It is extremely for the government to avoid disproportionate measures and to earn respect of the people.
Burma has a long way to go.
Government must not deviate from the principles.
Royal Myanmar Council for Democracy Human Right and Civil Liberties
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