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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Suu Kyi Calls for More Reforms in Burma
Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi says the current series of reforms under way in Burma represents the biggest opening in the country since the 1980s, but added that she needs to see more changes before she can support the easing of Western economic sanctions against the military-backed government. Naypyidaw in recent months has eased media restrictions, reformed its state-dominated economy and pursued talks with the opposition. Suu Kyi's comments, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal at her party's ramshackle headquarters in Rangoon, come as policymakers around the globe look to her for guidance on how to interpret the latest changes in Burma.

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