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PBS NewsHour | What Opposition's Victory Means for Myanmar's Political Thaw | PBS

Duration: 05:05
Program: PBS NewsHour #10296
Broadcast Date: Apr. 2, 2012

Catapulting from imprisonment to elected office, Myanmar's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday hailed a "new era" in the country, also known as Burma. Jeffrey Brown and The Asia Society's Priscilla Clapp discuss what the opposition's win, yet minority standing in Parliament, could mean for the country's future.

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Post Date: April 2, 2012