Gambira, one of the leaders of the 2007 Saffron Revolution, has been released from prison today after charges against him for alleged offenses committed in 2012 are dropped.
Mental health patients—many of them victims of junta-era repression—suffer in silence due to cultural stigma and a lack of psychological health care.
Ashin Gambira, one of Burma’s most well-known dissidents, has been formally indicted at a Mandalay court six weeks after his arrest.
Doctors are obliged to maintain professional ethnics. The health of our political prisoners is an emergency, and we cannot wait.