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The Following are some of the Rohingya Refugee situation seen were drawn by Dr. Maung Zarni while visiting Rohingya Refugee camps in early July 2018.
Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha . Dhaka | Published: 00:52, Jul 09, 2018
Jatiya Sangsad speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury on Sunday said Myanmar will have to ensure safe, peaceful and sustainable repatriation of the Rohingyas by following a specific framework.
‘Bangladesh wants speedy and peaceful repatriation of the Rohingyas through international
and bilateral discussions…I urge the world community to take more steps to implement the repatriation process as soon as possible,’ she said when a delegation of right activists called on her at the
Jatiya Sangsad office here.Internationally reputed human rights researcher Maung Zarni led the eight-member delegation.
The other members of the team included Michael Charney, Razia Sultana, Khin Mai Aung, Nurul Islam, Michimi Muranushi, Doreen Chan and Professor Frederick Jhon Packer, said an official press release.
Shirin said Bangladesh is continuing discussions with the Myanmar on the Rohingya repatriation issue.
She hoped that the Myanmar government will complete the repatriation process honouring the agreement signed by the two countries.Zarni said the Myanmar government is not giving sufficient cooperation to implement the agreement though they (Myanmar) signed international and bilateral agreements on the Rohingya repatriation issue.
He hoped that the two neighbouring countries – China and India – would play a vital role over this, the release added. More about: Rohingya, Rohingya Crisis
We are a group of experts with intellectual and personal integrity, as well as with human compassion.We are all professionals in our chosen fields, and we stand on the platform called Free Rohingya Coalition.(Professor Michael W. Charney is not involved officially involved in FRC activism).
Our Expert Group at the National Parliament of Bangladesh, after our meeting with the Speaker Dr Shirin Shamin Chaudhury, Dhaka, 8 July 2018
From left to right: Professor John F. Packer of U. of Ottawa (formerly legal assistant to the 1st UN Special Rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar 1991-92), Razia who is a Rohingya researcher and lawyer, His Holiness MZ, Khin Mai Aung who is Rakhine-Burmese American civil rights lawyer, Doreen Chen of Destination Justice and Lead Defence for Brother Number Two, Nurul Islam who is a long-time Rohingya rights campaigner and human rights lawyer and Professor Michael W. Charney