Published on Thursday, 29 November 2012 20:50
Aung San Suu Kyi delivered a speech at Monywa on November 29
Aung San Suu Kyi said on November 29 she would intervenes to reconcile Lapadaungtaung copper mine project at Kan Kone Village, Salin Kyi Township, Monywa district while giving a speech to locals.
Suu Kyi did not give any comment on the crackdown to six protest camps at Lapadaungtaung copper mine project. However, she would like to get involved to solve the problems in region.
"I would like to solve the copper mine issue peacefully. If reconciled peacefully, our public will be happy as well. The nation can also stand on its diginity. It can be a good step for our future which I will try to achieve. I do not wish to promise you (people) whether it could be succeeded or not although I try. However, I believe that we will succeed if you (people) and I are standing together to find solutions." she said.
Lapadaungtaung crackdown reported differently from international new agencies
Suu Kyi arrived Monywa on November 29 and visited Wanbao's office in the Lapadaungtaung copper mine project late afternoon.
She said she has not made any decision yet. But she has talked with investor's side. She wants to meet with locals affected by the project. And she also wants to meet the people who are objecting to the project. She would like to reconcile the situation to have better solution for both sides. She wants her country to have not only less problems but also respect by living with standard.
She visited Monywa Hospital for injured monks and citizens from crackdown.
Suu kyi is planning to meet with State chief minister on November 30.
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