Article submitted by: Thunderbolts on 1-May-2012  

YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her party agreed on Monday to end a boycott of parliament and swear an oath to protect the constitution that it had resisted, party officials said, setting aside a dispute with the government.

Officials in her National League for Democracy (NLD) party said they could attend parliament from Wednesday.

"As a gesture of respect to the desires of the people and in consideration of the requests made by lawmakers from democratic parties and independent lawmakers, we have decided to attend the parliament," Suu Kyi told reporters after a party meeting.

"We will go there as soon as possible and take the oath and attend the parliament," she said.
Dear Myanmar Patriots, Expatriates, Compatriots and Friends,

If you read that news, you will find that's all what she said. The rest are the correspondent's views and opinion.

What ever, it shows that she needs further education. The people have to educated her. Thewpeople have to give her the right education. After all it seems that she does not even know how democracy works, how democracy is to put into practice. She is still a child with child mentality.

After all, she herself is one of the up starts , yearlings. She needs the guidence of the people, the people must put her under their control.

All of us to be glad is that the pressures we all put on her, on behalf of the people, in the interests of the people , to take her on the right track is working at least temporaril, to point out to her that she was wrong , at least no right.

The government must be patient, it must not take advantage of her ignorance and her weak party, ignorant manbers. The Government must take them by their hands and show them the real Myanmar.

That will be a nice thing to do, a right thing to do, it will be lovely and wonderful.

Well, with poor transportation system in Myanmar every journey is still too long and seem. too far to go yet .