Friday, October 05, 2007

S' pore not for tough actions against Myanmar

According to a Bernama report, Singapore's PM Lee Hsien Loong opines that tougher actions against Myanmar, including imposing sanctions, " are likely to be counterproductive than effective ". Earlier, Myanmar's junta chief has reportedly offered to meet Ang San Suu Kyi if she ends her support for sanctions against the country.

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Blogger Monsterball said...

Singtel supplies and manages Burma's internet system and also its mobile phone system.

Chartered Industries supplies Burma's military with assault rifles, anti-aircraft guns, grenades and military radio communications systems.

Of course they would not be in favour of sanctions against the Burmese military regime.

Who cares about the killing of a few hundred pesky Buddhist monks and students ?

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