Min Ko Naing (on right)
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'Changes in Burma superficial' - Min Ko Naing

A number of Burma's most famous dissidents have spoken of their hopes for their country, on a visit to London.

The group spoke at the BBC's headquarters, en route to Northern Ireland, where they will look at the peace process and assess if there are lessons that can be learned from it for Burma.

One former prisoner, Min Ko Naing, told the BBC's Asia Pacific Editor Michael Bristow that many of the changes witnessed in the country in recent years were only "superficial".

  • 18 Jun 2013
  • From the section Asia