However, nothing is impossible. It is impossible only when one sets it to be. Aung Sa Suu Kyi proves story differently. She and her people finally made it. She won the majority of seats in the government which means she shall carry out legitimate right to form a real democratic government in Myanmar. Her success gives hope everybody and state, those states that long live under dictatorship, authoritarian or junta government. Cambodia, for example, which is due to hold national elections in 2018 may hope in this bright change. For sure, in those authoritarian countries people will texting and sharing each other about this success story to one another and hoping their country would be one time fall in this chance.
I am grateful for your success, #AungSanSuuKyi
But some questions raising:
How will Aung San Suu Kyi forms the government?
Will she exclude the previous government official?
Will she revenges?
Will she trials those wrong doers?
Will people still listen to her if she's not charge the evils?
Will the ruling government peacefully transfer power?
Will there be another generation suppression and keep Aung San Suu Kyi under house-arresst?
Will the international community intervene if no transfering power to winning party?
How will China react to a newly truly democratic state who is her neighboring?
Will Aung San Suu Kyi able to unify the fragemented tribes, groups, ethnics?