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BRCA invite to join Peaceful Rally in Canberra during Burma President Thein Sein Visit to Australia

 Mayu Press,
March 17th, 2013

Serious human rights
violations, including arbitrary arrest and detention, destruction of dwellings,
religious and ethnic discrimination, forced labor, forced displacement, land
grabbing, torture, rape and other forms of sexual violence, and deliberate
targeting of innocent Rohingyas in ethnic cleansing , continue to take place
across the entire Arakan state where a large Rohingya minority is living.

President Thein Sein
is visiting to Australia to do more engagement with Australia. We would like to
call to Australian Government to give firm pressure to Burma President Thein
Sein to restore Rohingya citizenship right, to provide professional and
impartial security to effected communities, to stop violence committed by
security forces and Rakhine mob, to give technical and professional expertise
on humanitarian assistance to the affected area and to help peacefully
coexistence again in Rakhine state.

The persistent poor
human rights of Burma people inside Burma continue to suffer human rights
abuses while Burmese citizens in Diaspora have traumatized. We, Burmese
citizens regardless of race/religion/skin colour/different backgrounds, love
peace. If you feel the same too, please stand up and join this “Peaceful Rally
to stop the violence, bring back the country to peace/harmony” in Canberra.

Your voice and
support is very much crucial in this demonstration and therefore DO JOIN US.
Program Detail;

Action: Peaceful

Date: 18 Monday March

Demonstration Place:
In front of Parliament House, Canberra ACT 2600 Australia      at 11:00 local time

For program detail
information, please contact to Mr. Mohammed Anwar (0432574315), Mr. Tin Maung
(0402783063) and Harun Ur Rashid (0432024569).

Thank you very much
for your kind concern and support for the sake of all communities in Burma.