Aung San Suu Kyi Removed from Display at Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Aung San Suu Kyi Removed from Display at Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Artem Shahoferov

Myanmar’s leader will be removed from the CMHR. This happens because of the humanitarian crisis with Rohingya Muslims. Despite this, the portrait of the leader Myanmar remained hanging on the walls of the museum.

Lighting around the picture is slightly muted, and the corresponding plate at the bottom of the image explains the current political situation in the country. According to many residents of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi is not a leader of the people at all . Many consider her to be a pseudo-democrat. When the country began mass harassment and murder of Muslims, Suu Kyi did nothing. About 700 thousand people had to emigrate. Over 2000 of people were killed.

Many politicians expressed their indignation at the fact that the portrait of the ex-leader of Myanmar still hangs on the walls of the Canadian museum. Since 2007, Suu Kyi is an honorary citizen of Canada. Many people today are unhappy with this fact. The Canadian society is very negative about politicians who ignore the humanitarian catastrophe in their own country.

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