Suu Kyi says unable to stop anti-Muslim violence in Myanmar
WARSAW (AFP) - Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Thursday that she alone could not stop the anti-Muslim violence that has shaken her country and that the solution was to install the rule of law.
"It's not something that I could learn to do, but I think what this whole society has to strive to do," the democracy icon told reporters in Warsaw during a tour of central Europe.
"We need rule of law in order that our people may feel secure and only secure people can talk to one another and try to establish the kind of relationship that will assure harmony for the future of our nation."
Ms Suu Kyi was answering a question from a reporter who asked if she personally could do anything to stop the sectarian violence.