President Thein Sein will be a great leader if he and his army respect the election results

The Burmese national election not just taken this time but perhaps time already and this is the fourth time. Among these elections, the three earlier were disregarded by the Military regime and the opposition party who won and was supposed to take charge the country democratically rath

er were beaten, kidnapped, criminalized and even put under house-arrest, for example case of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi where she was forced to live in her home and not going out anywhere and had no freedoms for more than twenty years. The Military Junta keeps doing this tactic for years. And how about this one in 2015? Will there be a quite similar case? I pray with Burmese to have not. May it's over! Please let democracy and peace a chance.

Some even jump a step further to say about if President Thein Sein, current ruling leader in Myanmar, would stepped down peacefully he'll not be charged anything (since revenge is not at all Daw Suu Kyi's tactics) but would rather be put as a symbol leader in Burmese history and probably in the region and the world. Although the President and his cliques did cruel punishments and discriminatory activities over Burmese people and, of course, Burmese dislikes this criminal actions, Burmese nations still can find ways to forgive him. Why it's so easy like this?

Probably, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi wants no war and no revenge. She may want a peaceful and united country. She may experience too much on herself and she does not want others to fall in this trap since it deadly horrible. Also, because Burmese understood the Buddhist concepts such as loving-kindness (Metta), Compassion (Karuna), Sympathetic Joy (Mudita) and Equanimity (Ubekha) and does apply this concept in reality. No more revenge, no more fighting no more hatred we are brotherhood; We are same humanity; and we are having one life same thing. We need space for develoment, growth and prosperity.

Let's hope that President Thein accepts the result and transfer power peacefully. And hope there will be no revenge and hatred.
Bless Burmese people!

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