She was allegedly incredibly rude and religionist to Mishal Hussein who was supposed to interview her for the BBC when she was in the UK.
And must have known what was going on with the Rohingya.
Perhaps another politician who has learned that it's much easier to be in opposition than to actually run things.
So....nothing to do with the BBC picking a Muslim female to interview an Oxford educated fiercely nationalist leader then ?
Particularly as the key issue around which controversy (hence News) has swirled around Burma/Myanmar has been the expulsion of largely Muslim migrants from the Arakan region of a largely Buddhist country ?
How do you think the interview would have gone had the interviewer been:
- Eddy Mair ?
- Justin Webb ?
- Ben Brown ?
- Huw Edwards ?
- Frank Gardner ?
List of former BBC newsreaders and journalists - Wikipedia
There are innumerable reasons why so many middle aged, middle class white men have left the Corporation to seek their fortunes elsewhere.
One of them is that ,as in so much public life, apart from competence at the job - they don't tick too many of the boxes required.
If anyone has a link to the interview , then it would cast some light.