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Suu Kyi Thailand Visit Stirs Excitement Among Burma Exiles.

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Suu Kyi Thailand Visit Stirs Excitement Among Burma Exiles.

Burma’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi touches the hands of her supporters as she arrives to attend the opening ceremony of her National League for Democracy (NLD) party’s branch office in Yangon, May 23, 2012.

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May 25, 2012

BANGKOK – Burma’s opposition said leader Aung San Suu Kyi next week will take her first trip outside the country since 1988. The National League for Democracy said she will attend the World Economic Forum in Bangkok ahead of a tour of Europe. Thailand hosts a large community of Burmese activists and exiles and they are quite excited about her trip. 

NLD spokesman Nyan Win on Friday said Aung San Suu Kyi will arrive in Bangkok mid-week. He said the democracy leader will meet Tuesday morning in Burma with the visiting Indian prime minister. She will leave for Bangkok either that evening or on Wednesday.

24 years

The trip will mark the first time the democracy leader has left Burma in 24 years, when she returned to the country to visit her ailing mother and became swept up in the country’s politics.

She planned to first travel to Europe, but the change in schedule is being welcomed by the large Burma activist and exile community in Thailand.

 “It is indeed a significant visit of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi because on her first visit after so many years it is one of the countries in Southeast Asia,” said Soe Aung, a spokesman of the Forum for Democracy in Burma.

Aung San Suu Kyi was locked up for challenging the military that ruled Burma for decades.

On the rare occasions she was released from custody she chose not to leave Burma because she was afraid authorities would not let her return.

She missed being with her British husband when he was dying from cancer and seeing her children grow up.

Freedom 

Aung San Suu Kyi was released just days after Burma held its first election in 20 years, replacing overt military rule with a civilian face.

President Thein Sein, himself a former general, surprised critics by meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi, loosening censorship and releasing hundreds of political prisoners.

Western governments responded by easing economic and diplomatic sanctions leading to a new era of engagement with Burma.

And now, Aung San Suu Kyi trusts the government enough to travel and end her long stay inside Burma.

Mixed feelings 

But Thailand-based activists worry the excitement about positive change and economic opportunity in Burma will overshadow remaining problems.

Bo Kyi, with the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners Burma, regrets that the hundreds more remaining political prisoners in jail are no longer a priority.

“The release of the remaining political prisoners is [the] key issue,” said Bo. “International community or international government’s leaders should not forget the remaining political prisoners in Burma.”

Burma authorities refuse to acknowledge the existence of political prisoners.

Ethnic fighting 

Activists worry ongoing fighting in ethnic minority areas is also being forgotten.Years of military abuses in fighting against ethnic rebels forced tens of thousands of minorities to flee to refugee camps in Thailand.

Soe Aung said he hopes Aung San Suu Kyi will be able to visit the camps during her visit.

“These ethnic people have long long time suffering for so many years with many difficulties,” said Soe. “And, she should also urge the international community not just looking into the development inside the country but also continue with the assistance of these refugees, ethnic refugees, along the Thailand-Burma border and the organizations who are working to help these refugees.”

The NLD won Burma’s only previous election, in 1990, but the military refused to give up power.

It arrested NLD leaders and activists and many fled to India, Thailand and the United States where they formed a government in exile.

Zin Linn is a spokesman for the exile government in Thailand. He said they are excited about Aung San Suu Kyi’s visit but not likely able to meet her because legally they are an “unlawful association.”

“If the situation is possible, or if there may be some ‘green light’, we can say we might see her. Because, in this trip I think not only her and also President Thein Sein will be attend this economic forum,” Zin Linn said. “So, we have to take care of the situation. We didn’t want her hurt because of our meeting.”

World Economic Forum 

Thai media said, while in Thailand, Aung San Suu Kyi will meet with Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

The NLD spokesman did not confirm the meeting, but said in Bangkok the democracy leader will attend the World Economic Forum on East Asia.

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Burma’s President Thein Sein is also scheduled to speak at the forum but it is not clear if he will meet with Aung San Suu Kyi.

In June, Aung San Suu Kyi in June will travel to Europe for a series of appearances including a trip to Norway to receive the Nobel peace prize she was awarded while under house arrest.

 

Suu Kyi visita a Tailandia desata entusiasmo entre los exiliados de Birmania.

Birmania por la democracia Aung San Suu Kyi, toca las manos de sus partidarios como ella llega a asistir a la ceremonia de inauguración de la Liga Nacional para la Democracia (LND), partido de oficina sucursal en Yangon, 23 de mayo de 2012.

25 de mayo 2012

BANGKOK – La oposición de Birmania, dijo el líder Aung San Suu Kyi, la próxima semana se llevará a su primer viaje fuera del país desde 1988. La Liga Nacional para la Democracia, dijo que asistirá al Foro Económico Mundial en Bangkok antes de una gira por Europa. Tailandia alberga una gran comunidad de activistas birmanos y exiliados y están muy entusiasmados con el viaje.

LND Nyan Win, portavoz dijo el viernes que Aung San Suu Kyi, llegará a Bangkok a mediados de semana. Dijo que el líder de la democracia se reunirán mañana martes en Birmania con el ministro indio visita principal. Ella viajará a Bangkok, ya sea por la noche o el miércoles de que.

24 años

El viaje será la primera vez que el líder de la democracia ha dejado Birmania en 24 años, cuando regresó al país para visitar a su madre enferma y se convirtió en llevar por la política del país.

Ella planeó primer viaje a Europa, pero el cambio en el horario está siendo bien acogida por el activista en Birmania grande y la comunidad de exiliados en Tailandia.

 “De hecho, es una visita importante de Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, porque en su primera visita después de tantos años, es uno de los países del sudeste asiático”, dijo Soe Aung, portavoz del Foro para la Democracia en Birmania.

Aung San Suu Kyi, fue encerrado por desafiar a los militares que el poder en Birmania desde hace décadas.

En las raras ocasiones en que fue puesto en libertad decidió no salir de Birmania porque era las autoridades temen que no dejaría que su regreso.

Echaba de menos estar con su marido británico, cuando se estaba muriendo de cáncer y ver a sus hijos crecer.

Libertad

Aung San Suu Kyi fue liberada pocos días después de que Birmania celebró sus primeras elecciones en 20 años, en sustitución de la regla militar abierta con una cara civil.

El presidente Thein Sein, un ex generales críticos, sorprendido por la reunión con Aung San Suu Kyi, aflojando la censura y la liberación de cientos de presos políticos.

Los gobiernos occidentales respondieron aliviar las sanciones económicas y diplomáticas que conduzcan a una nueva era de compromiso con Birmania.

Y ahora, Aung San Suu Kyi confía en que el gobierno lo suficiente como para viajar y poner fin a su larga estancia en Birmania.

Sentimientos encontrados

Sin embargo, con base en Tailandia activistas temen que el entusiasmo por el cambio positivo y la oportunidad económica en Birmania se cubrirá con su sombra los problemas restantes.

Bo Kyi, con la Asociación de Asistencia a los Presos Políticos de Birmania, lamenta que los cientos de presos políticos restantes en la cárcel ya no son una prioridad.

“La liberación de los presos políticos restantes es [el] asunto clave”, dijo Bo. “La comunidad internacional o de los líderes del gobierno internacional no debe olvidar a los presos políticos en Birmania.”

Las autoridades de Birmania se niegan a reconocer la existencia de presos políticos.

Lucha étnica

Los activistas se preocupe combates en curso en las zonas de minorías étnicas también se está forgotten.Years de abusos militares en la lucha contra los rebeldes étnicos obligado a decenas de miles de personas de las minorías a huir a los campamentos de refugiados en Tailandia.

Soe Aung dijo que espera que Aung San Suu Kyi será capaz de visitar los campamentos durante su visita.

“Estas personas étnicas desde hace mucho tiempo mucho tiempo el sufrimiento de tantos años con muchas dificultades”, dijo Soe. “Y, también debería instar a la comunidad internacional no sólo busca en el desarrollo en el interior del país, sino también continuar con la asistencia de estos refugiados, los refugiados étnicos, a lo largo de la frontera entre Tailandia y Birmania y las organizaciones que están trabajando para ayudar a estos refugiados “.

La LND ganó las elecciones de Birmania única anterior, en 1990, pero los militares se negaron a abandonar el poder.

Se arrestó a los líderes y activistas de la LND y muchos huyeron a la India, Tailandia y los Estados Unidos, donde formó un gobierno en el exilio.

Zin Linn es un portavoz del gobierno en el exilio en Tailandia. Dijo que están entusiasmados con la visita a Aung San Suu Kyi, pero no es probable que pueda encontrarse con ella porque legalmente son una “asociación ilícita”.

“Si la situación es posible, o si puede haber algo de” luz verde “, podemos decir que podemos verla. Porque, en este viaje creo que no sólo ella y también el presidente Thein Sein, será asistir a este foro económico “, dijo Zin Linn.” Por lo tanto, tenemos que cuidar de la situación. No queríamos hacerle daño a causa de nuestra reunión. “

Foro Económico Mundial

Los medios tailandeses, dijo, mientras que en Tailandia, Aung San Suu Kyi, se reunirá con el primer ministro tailandés, Yingluck Shinawatra.

El portavoz de la LND no confirmaron la reunión, pero dijo en Bangkok, el líder de la democracia va a asistir al Foro Económico Mundial sobre Asia Oriental.

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El presidente de Birmania, Thein Sein, también está programado para hablar en el foro, pero no está claro si va a reunirse con Aung San Suu Kyi.

En junio, Aung San Suu Kyi, en junio viajará a Europa para una serie de presentaciones incluyendo un viaje a Noruega para recibir el Nobel de la Paz le fue otorgado al mismo tiempo bajo arresto domiciliario.


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DID GOD HEAR YOUR PRAYER?

We pray and we asked God for something.

We pray and seek God because of a personal need.

We pray to God because of a sickness or injury.

Praying to God is believing that there is a God.

In believing in a God and asking that God for help.

One needs to examine their own personal and private life, in that, are they living or doing –

things that would displease this God, that they are asking for help?

Does your own private actions and choices minimize the response from God?

Therefore, in “Believing in God”, God will therefore answer your prayer.

Believing, Receiving, and then accepting?

Do you Believe?,

Do you Believe You’ll Receive?

Do you Believe in Acceptance?

Believing is Having Faith in God.

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¿Oyó Dios su oración?

Nosotros oramos y le pedimos a Dios por algo.

Oramos y buscar a Dios a causa de una necesidad personal.

Rogamos a Dios a causa de una enfermedad o lesión.

Orar a Dios es creer que hay un Dios.

En creer en un Dios y pidiendo que la ayuda de Dios.

Uno tiene que examinar su propia vida personal y privado, en que están viviendo o haciendo –
las cosas que desagradan a este Dios, que están pidiendo ayuda?

¿Tiene sus propias acciones privadas y las opciones de minimizar la respuesta de Dios?

Por lo tanto, “Creer en Dios”, Dios, pues, a responder a su oración.

Creyendo, Recibir, y luego aceptar?

¿Usted cree?,

¿Cree que va a recibir?

¿Cree usted en la aceptación?

Creer es tener fe en Dios.

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