National League for Democracy co-founder Win Tin

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Opposition figurehead Win Tin has defended Aung San Suu Kyi's role in the controversial copper mine commission that triggered mass protests last week, saying "this is how leaders should behave." Suu Kyi faced hundreds of protesters in the area around the Letpadaung copper mine after a parliamentary commission, which she chaired, said the project ... (more)

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London, UK

#1 Mar 19, 2013
U Win Tin is not properly educated.

Menifee, CA

#2 Mar 21, 2013
If the government is committed to the good of the people, then it is a good time to forgive and reconcile . This should be the beginning of a new phase where energies should be directed toward strengthening and developing the country for the good of the people and its leaders! Let there be a good ending to this old family dispute.

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