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BURMA: Saffron Revolution – A year later, it’s not over

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burma_safron_revolution.jpgAltsean-Burma has released a briefer titled "Saffron Revolution a year later: It's not over." On 26 September, one year will have passed since Burma's military regime began its bloody crackdown on the Saffron Revolution. The spirit of the monk-led Saffron Revolution that moved hundreds of thousands of people to hold protests throughout Burma and inspired hundreds of solidarity events around the globe lives on.

This briefer details what has happened in Burma since: repression has intensified.

According to the briefer, the SPDC has exacerbated another humanitarian crisis, persisted with its gross economic mismanagement and refused to deliver the actual reforms it has been promising for years.

Despite this, monks and ordinary people have persevered in their defiance of the SPDC.

The briefer is available at Altsean Burma's website.