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Myanmar continues persecuting Rohingyas

Published : Saturday, 14 September, 2019 at 12:00 AM  Count : 326

Dear Sir

The suffering of the Rohingya people is well known to the international community. Unfortunately, they cannot take any strong steps to make Myanmar bound to take its people take back. It is believed that inertia at the international level has removed pressure on Myanmar and its allies and enabled impunity despite the country's military being accused of crimes against humanity and genocide. Myanmar is not only unable and unwilling to investigate and prosecute international crimes, the international community are enabling them to continue to act with impunity in this way.
It is a matter of sorrow that despite having an organises and efficient global system the world community is unable to protect an entire ethnic community. The failure reflects the inability of the global powers and thus it raises the question on the ability of this global system. At the same time this system is losing its acceptability among a large portion of the people of this region.
The failure of resolving Rohingya crisis throws the question on entire global system besides its efficiency. Global community should take steps to achieve the trust of the people of this region.

Khalid Hasan
Over email

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