Foreign parliaments are not powerless to help the Rohingya – their pressure on Myanmar is vital


As the pope made a high profile visit to Myanmar in late November, attention turned to how to help the thousands of Rohingya Muslims who have fled their homes to Bangladesh following violence and what UN officials have described as ethnic cleansing.

Veze 2bA deal struck between the two countries to start returning the refugees, has been criticised for going against international refugee law.

Western politicians have also travelled to Myanmar and Bangladesh to witness the crisis in recent months.

In September, the British foreign office minister Mark Field travelled to Rakhine state, the…

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