It's a very good question. I was hoping that we would get to address this.
From the beginning until now, Burma Task Force actually did put forward a memo discussing what happened in her first 100 days. She has not been silent from the beginning until now. She has been very vocal. She's been denying, and a lot of people were saying this is due to her just coming into power and trying to work out the details.
The fact of the matter is that she has been able to do what the military was never able to do, including not having any Muslims in parliament, not having Muslims voting, asking the international community not to use the word “Rohingya”, and the list goes on. Beyond that, the military, as I said, needs her. She's been able to open up the country in a way that they haven't and at the same time been able to crack down and destroy the Rohingya community, with her as their defence.
One of the things that came out from the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal, which Burma Task Force did sponsor, is that her differences with the military are not based on including ethnicities and trying to be more inclusive or marginalizing. Her differences with the military are about implementation of government processes: how fast, how slow, what needs to be done, and in what way. But when it comes to her treatment of minorities and specifically the Rohingya, they're on the same page. There is no difference between Aung San Suu Kyi and the military itself.