Planning to make the dangerous journey back to their homeland in a bid to push for democracy, Nundah’s Htoo Htoo Han and Zillmere’s Moon Hsar will join up with five other Burmese refugees living in Brisbane for the trip.
To get attention and highlight wrongs committed by the International Criminal Court and United Nations, the aforementioned pair made national headlines earlier this year when they admitted to war crimes in their homeland, saying they made them to gain the attention.
Hoping to talk to political prisoners and meet with Burma’s civilian President Thein Sein on the trip, Mr. Han said the group planned to leave before the end of the year.
Anticipating danger, the urgency to go is a must because the people are suffering. He has issues to attend to, like stopping the refugees from leaving Burma. The achievement of democracy will legitimize the refugees in Burma.
After President Thein Sein last month asked all Burmese to return home to help develop the country, the opportunity to return home calls.
Mr Han said that the political prisoners should be released. They have been jailed for 30 years. The different ethnic groups can surrender their weapons to the UN who can then step in and protect the people. Nobody wants to fight but they have to, to protect their land and themselves. The foregoing news is sourced from the Courier Mail.