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Sham democracy: The long lonely battle of Rohingyas
This is the fact that the return of democracy in Myanmar has been nothing but a disappointment for those concerned with human rights in the country.
The ruling party has done little to stop the unchecked attacks against the Rohingya, which has left the community looking for ways to flee to other states – who are also unwilling to play host.
While Myanmar has been accused by many rights activists of crimes against humanity, it seems the international pressure is simply not enough to force the country into protecting the Rohingya.
The international community’s response has – in what is now no longer a shock – been appalling to say the least. Five Rohingya villages in India were burnt in the last week while a Rohingya woman was shot dead by Bangladeshi security guards.
India is set to decide the fate of the 40,000 Rohingya in the coming days. The issue of children being arrested is only the tip of the iceberg of the suffering of the Rohingya people in Myanmar. But, much like other persecuted communities, the Rohingya are largely fighting a long, lonely battle for survival.