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U.S Burmese Hold Protest At China Consulate

Posted by Author on September 28, 2007

By Lyanne Melendez, abc7/KGO TV, SAN FRANCISCO, U.S, Sep. 28, 2007-

SAN FRANCISCO, Sep. 28, 2007 (KGO) – Protests are erupting from the Bay Area to the White House over the violence in Myanmar, also known as Burma.

President Bush is calling for international pressure to stop the military juntas’ deadly crackdown on Buddhist monks and other pro-democracy protesters.

At least ten people have been killed.

Burmese citizens living in the Bay Area claim that China is supplying the government there with arms. They took their complaints to the Chinese consulate in San Francisco.

“Bama” is the colloquial name for Myanmar — and the protesters want to see it free from the military regime.

The protest strategically took place in front of the Chinese consulate.

“Chinese, which has been supporting this regime and wavering for so many year, has to use its influence and stop this regime from this brutal crackdown,” said one protestor.

China is feeling the pressure from other nations especially now that the U.N.’s general assembly is still in session. So far the Chinese government has refused to condemn Myanmar’s military-run government……. (more details from the ABC7 report)

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