Daw Aung San Suu Kyi once stated
I have always asked for dialogue..But dialogue is not a debate. There will be disagreements and arguments. Dialogue does not involve winners and losers. It is not a question of losing face. It involves finding the best solutions for the country.
After a rare meeting with fellow NLD members this week Daw Suu Kyi expressed dissatisfaction over the current level of progress toward reformation. She was taken on Wednesday at approximately 1 p.m. from her lakeside villa on Rangoon’s University Avenue to a military guest house. She last meet with fellow NLD members in November.
She stated she was dissatisfied with the currect pace of talks. They reportedly meet for 90 minutes.
Aung San Suu Kyi said, while the meetings, both with the NLD leaders and Aung Kyi, do not show any sign of progress, “Let’s hope for the best and prepare for the worst,”
The government has also further tightened restricted on NGO’s and relief organization attempting to operate in Burma. A “new directive literally controls the movement of aid groups.” All visits by expatriates must be monitored by liaisons as all times. The efficiency of these organizations has been greatly compromised.
As stated in a new report on the September Uprising
The international community has no serious intentions and [...] serious intervention will not be forthcoming.
The report goes on to state
People throughout Myanmar are acutely aware of any sort of international interest in, and support for, their struggle for basic human rights. Yet time and again they have been let down by the global community.
At the closing of the report,
The notion of “constructive dialogue” is anyhow spurious.