Compose a 1000 words essay on Discuss the reasons why Aung San Suu Kyis struggle for democracy in Myanmar (Burma) has been unsuccessful so far. Identify what you consider to be the most important reason. Needs to be plagiarism free!
The current rule in Myanmar is considered to be one of the most offensive and repressive reign of the world at present. Many laid their lives, properties and careers’ trying to rise against this injustice but the struggle never seemed to meet its political and poetic end. Minorities fled from the country for the fear of being dealt with biasness.
People of Burma finally rose against the prevalent violence and economic mismanagement in 1988 but perhaps God had to test them a bit more. The demonstrators were targeted, dealt with brutality and even killed. Hundreds of families lost their men only to witness the ruling military junta further strengthen itself. In the sea of miseries when the sun of a new day had totally been eclipsed, one ray of hope emerged from the darkness- Aung San suu Kyi.
The world’s one and only imprisoned noble peace prize winner, Ms. Suu Kyi was perhaps leading a contented life with her family, when she realized her duty to her country and its people. Ambassador of Burma in D.C called her as “ordinary housewife” but she proved herself extraordinary, the way she compromised her family and twenty years of her life for democracy in Myanmar. The walk to democracy might not have been so long, had the military junta accepted the result of 1990 general election and let the winning National League for Democracy and its secretary Suu Kyi assume the office. Instead she was put under house arrest. Fourteen out of the last twenty years of her life has been spent under house arrest where no visitation by the family members or party people has been allowed. Yet, despite being the most popular political leader in Myanmar, she had to put in much more than the required efforts.
Problems faced in the way of democracy: It’s difficult to comprehend the reasons of NLD’s constant failure in its efforts to restore democracy after it had nearly cleanly swept its opposition in the general elections. In