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MP U Shwe Maung seeks advice and help from Nobel Laureate Tutu

RB News 
February 26, 2013 

Nobel peace prize winner Desmond Tutu arrived in Myanmar on Monday. According to the message posted by MP U Shwe Maung on Twitter, Tutu would give a speech at the American Centre in Yangon on Wednesday. 

U Shwe Maung, Member of Parliament, Buthidaung constituency, Rakhine State, Myanmar, has sent a message to the Nobel Laureate Desmond Tutu via Twitter as follow: 

Dear Honorable Nobel Peace Laureate, 

Welcome to Union of Myanmar. Welcome to Rohingya Community of Myanmar. Rohingyas appreciate Reconciliation and love Peaceful Co-existence in Rakhine State. But they are suffering from Discrimination and Segregation. Consequences are very unpleasant and hair-raising. So, we are badly in need of a Conflict Resolution and Peaceful Co-existence Methodology, compatible for both Rakhine and Rohingya Communities. I would like to say "Rakhine and Rohingya is like Bolt and Nut". Bolt without Nut is unsecure and Nut without Bolt is unsecure. Similarly, Rakhine without Rohingya is unsecure and Rohingya without Rakhine is unsecure. Your advice and help is highly appreciated. I will attend your Speech Program in Yangon tomorrow. We look forward to hearing from you soon. 

In search of Human Rights, Peace and Development, 

Shwe Maung (a.k.a) Abdul Razak 
MP for Buthidaung Constituency 
Rakhine State, Myanmar 
Facebook: ShweMaung.MP

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