U.K.’s All-Party International Development Select Committee Questions Government’s, International Community’s Response To Rohingya Refugee Crisis

The Guardian: MPs criticize U.K. over Myanmar’s treatment of Rohingya
“International plans for the potential return of 100,000 Rohingya to Myanmar without a clear understanding of their legal status, destination, or willingness to return represent a grave risk, a select committee has warned. In a tough report questioning the U.K. government’s strategy towards the military regime in Myanmar, the all-party international development select committee challenged ministers to ‘reflect on why so much evidence of discrimination, marginalization, and abuse of the Rohingya people in Myanmar was seemingly ignored for so long, rather than translated into effective action by the international community’…” (Wintour, 1/16).

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