Chittagong, Bangladesh: Tun Khin, the President of the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) demand for safety, security and International independent investigation in Arakan – most of the Rohingya are living- at a side event took took place in 25th UN Human Rights Council Session on 17th March 2014 at Palais des Nations, Geneva – Room XXIV, according to BROUK information.
Chittagong, Bangladesh: Tun Khin , the President of Burmese Rohingya Organization-UK (BROUK), participated in the International film festival and forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) and Rue 89 presented a film- Myanmar, Mantra of Rage by Evan Williams, and organized a debate program- the persecution of Myanmar’s Muslims- the end of the film show, on March 11, 7:00pm, at the Maison des arts du Grütli – 16, rue Général Dufour, 1204 Genève, according to FIFDH website.
By Huson Salm
Zero tolerance dubbed puppet President U Thein Sein had promised many times international community to handle justly, impartially and honestly the local communal problems ‐‐ mostly between radical Buddhists and innocent Muslims—such kinds at most have remarkably been since his first inauguration as president in history.
By Huson Salm
1) President U Thein Sein’s led Myanmar quasi-democratic government has arranged systematically everything to collect the coming census along the country with the help of UK, USA,UNFPA, and the combination efforts of all ethnic groups, department staffers and concerned authorities, starting from 30th March 2014. The census movement is particularly aimed to collect the accurate data of the roughly estimated 60 million people of the nation for all round equal development of the social projects in future, in accord the nation’s statement.