Aung San Suu Kyi is free after more than seven years of house arrest. Many supporters of pro-democracy hero expressed their joy because San Suu Kyi liberation. A villa on the Rangoon Lake Inya was in the same time home and prison to Aung San Suu Kyi.
She is the local icon of Burma strugle for democracy. Suu Kyi is 65 years old and she was under house arrest for seven years.
“The energy is still there; the commitment is still there. She has all the things that everyone says – she’s poised and elegant and a very impressive figure – but she’s also well-informed,” said Andrew Heyn, the British ambassador to Burma (also known as Myanmar) and one of the few foreigners to have met with Suu Kyi recently in a story published by on line edition of Washington Post on Saturday.
“The message I got when I spoke to her, not only by what she said but by her body language, is that this is a woman who wants to stay involved.”
One of her first chalanges will be to rebuild a political platform. Suu Kyi has said she would not accept a conditional release. Nyan Win, her attorney, has said one of her first steps will be to join the NLD’s investigation of electoral fraud, reported on line edition of Washington Post on Saturday.
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