Reaching out to most oppressed minority
Leads the Burma Human Rights Network in London
PREMIUM Where we send representatives into the world, we too must ensure they embody the compassion, courage and humility necessary to perform the duties they are entrusted with completing by the citizens of their great nations. The former Indonesian ambassador to Burma (Myanmar: the junta changed the country’s name without public consent), Ito Sumardi, had denied gross human rights violations an...
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