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That this House welcomes the political reforms already taking place in Burma and the election of Aung San Suu Kyi and the National League of Democracy to the Burmese Parliament; still recognises that there are huge humanitarian and political problems in Burma that need to be addressed; supports the fact that the UK is working together with non-governmental organisationsto provide assistance to 27,500 internally displaced people in Kachin State as well as with the UN to provide basic aid to families involved in the conflicts; and urges the Government to do more to help provide the peoples of Burma with the basic aid they need as well as to encourage more political reform and a handover of power from the military to the democratically elected parliament.
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