Su Su Nway appeal (Amnesty Intl) – 2010Posted: November 9, 2012
28 December, 2010
Nyan Win, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bldg (19), Naypyitaw, Myanmar
(Note: this is a letter promted by Amnesty International in their magazine.)
I call for the immediate and unconditional release of Su Su Nway. She is a prisoner of conscience, not a criminal. Her work as a labour activist and member of the NLD are a sign of engagement in peaceful political dissent and should be encouraged not punished.
Su Su Nway should be moved close to her family home in Tangon. She must be granted access to lawyers of her own choosing. She must not be tortured or otherwise ill-treated.
Sincerely, Richard Keller