Title Myanmar: 1. Are staff of western embassies in Burma of interest to the Burmese authorities? 2. Would persons of interest to authorities experience difficulties obtaining necessary documents to depart the country? 3. Do returnees to Myanmar have their passport taken upon return so they cannot leave again? 4. Is there current information on whether the government of Myanmar fears spy activity in their country and what they might be doing about it? 5. Is there any information that suggests the Myanmar government is accusing people of spying when there might not be evidence of such activity? 6. Who are the USDA and "Swan Arr Shin"?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 1 December 2009
Country Myanmar
Topics Passports | Political groups | Political parties | Political situation | Rejected asylum-seekers | Returnees
Citation / Document Symbol MMR35683
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Myanmar: 1. Are staff of western embassies in Burma of interest to the Burmese authorities? 2. Would persons of interest to authorities experience difficulties obtaining necessary documents to depart the country? 3. Do returnees to Myanmar have their passport taken upon return so they cannot leave again? 4. Is there current information on whether the government of Myanmar fears spy activity in their country and what they might be doing about it? 5. Is there any information that suggests the Myanmar government is accusing people of spying when there might not be evidence of such activity? 6. Who are the USDA and "Swan Arr Shin"?, 1 December 2009, MMR35683 , available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f4203d92.html [accessed 10 July 2014]
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