Asean summit: US says Myanmar reforms 'incomplete'
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (AFP) - US Secretary of State John Kerry said that Myanmar's dramatic political reforms were still "incomplete", a day after the former military-ruled country released dozens more political prisoners.
"I think what is happening in Myanmar is very exciting, but it is incomplete," Mr Kerry said on Wednesday during a meeting with students in Brunei, where he was later set to meet Myanmar President Thein Sein at a regional summit.
"We have to see that the political transformation continues," he added.
"Our hope is that the democracy will continue to evolve," Mr Kerry added.