Myanmar’s leader Aung Un-Suu Kyi is not the honorary nationality of the Canadians due to the failure of the repression of the minority Rohingyas in Myanmar. A-related proposal Sarbasambatvabe passed by the Canadian Parliament. This is known from a report published by BBC on Friday.
Suu Kyi received the Nobel Prize in peace in 1991 to struggle with the aim of bringing democracy back to Myanmar under martial rule. In 2007, Canada gave him generous citizenship. Su Chish has been awarded only six oversea rare honor so far.
Parliament is reviewing whether or not Canadians are being criticized for their failure to do so in the global crisis. A day after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Troudor’s statement, the country’s parliament members agreed on the proposal to repeal the citizenship of Suu Kyi.
International desk, Friday, 28 September, H B News