Thank you, Chair, and thank you, gentlemen, for your very compelling testimony today.
As you know, our committee is very engaged with this issue.
Mr. Ramadan, you had made a point of clarification on the reports by the subcommittee with respect to the nature of the conflict. You noted that it was not between the Buddhists and the Rohingya, but was more institutionalized on the part of the government. We know that Myanmar is a very new, fresh democracy and it is still trying to stabilize itself. Can I get your comments on the nature of the democracy there and the military involvement as well? Does that have a role to play in the plight of the Rohingya?