Amnesty International called on Burma's military government to conduct an impartial investigation of a clash between supporters of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and a pro-junta mob that led to her internationally criticized detention.
The Burmese military government had made statements on this matter, "But they are not the results of an independent investigation," said Donna Guest, of Amnesty International.
Interviewed by VOA Burmese Service, Ms. Sonoko Kawakami, international human rights campaign co-ordinator of the Amnesty International said, "We demand to launch full and independent investigation on 30th. May incident and bring suspected perpetrators to justice."
Ko Aung Htoo, General Secretary of Bangkok based Burma Lawyers' Council, Dr. Sein Myint of Justice and Human Rights in Burma and U Aung Saw Oo of National Council of the Union of Burma all agreed that May 30th. incident must be investigated by an impartial commission.