Myanmar’s opposition groups are too demanding of Asean


AS Aung San Suu Kyi stands little chance of returning to power and will likely be isolated from the outside world by Myanmar’s junta for years to come, the opposition groups will find great difficulties in finding an effective unifying political leader.

It will not be an easy job at all, not only because of the unrivaled popularity of Suu Kyi among the grass roots, but also because her most trusted aides and allies have been jailed together with her.

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