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Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) wishes may Burma be "Min Ga Lar Shi Par Say" Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) welcomes the US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, visits to Burma hoping that her visits will help paving ways for more positive political development in Burma leading toward genuine national reconciliation. Burma is facing challenges ahead which must address sensibly, wisely and realistically for the quest for democracy. U Myo Thein, the Director of the Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) said that "We earnestly call for U Thein Sein regime to enter genuine time-bond dialogue with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in order to bring about national reconciliation in Burma". Burma must solve not only political crisis but also human rights, economics isolation, armed-conflicts, poverty, environment, investment, technology, abuse of power, corruptions, poor technology and lack of expertise, education, lack of institutions, illegal immigration, poor healthcare, poor banking, unemployment, inflation, trade, fiscal and monetary policies, judiciary and rule of law. U Khin Maung Win, the Director of the Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) said that "We call for the President U Thein Sein regime to release all 600 political prisoners immediately and unconditionally since it will be the indicators judging whether if Burma is truly on the road to reform or not". Burma needs technology and financial assistance from international community to help rebuilding the nation after five ...