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The House speaker, Thura Shwe Mann the third most-powerful general in the junta, who had expected to become president in 2011 has mobilised Parliament to pressure Thein Sein
into holding multiparty talks on constitutional reform; this, in order both to assert himself and make an overture to Aung San Suu Kyi.
During the meeting, U Thein Sein
said that since his government was formed with people's representatives elected by the people, it was obliged to implement the will of the majority people.
From Mactan airbase, Thein Sein
together with Davide and other provincial officials went to the towns of Santa Fe, Madridejos, and Bantayan where he told local officials of Myanmar's own tragedy with a storm surge from a strong typhoon in 2008 which killed 130,000 and affected 2.5 million people.
On recent communal violence in the predominantly Buddhist country pitting Buddhists against Muslims, Thein Sein
said, "I promise you that we will take a zero-tolerance approach to any renewed violence and against those who fuel ethnic hatreds."
A number of leading rights groups -- including the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and Reporters Without Borders -- urged Hollande in a joint letter to press Thein Sein
on the human rights situation in his country.
Burma has freed hundreds of political detainees since Sein
took power in March 2010, the BBC reports.
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"The president looks forward to discussing with President Thein Sein
the many remaining challenges to efforts to develop democracy, address communal and ethnic tensions and bring economic opportunity to the people of his country, and to exploring how the United States can help," the White House said.
Washington said that Thein Sein
's visit "underscores President Obama's commitment to supporting and assisting those governments that make the important decision to embrace reform".
Ahead of Monday's White House meeting with President Barack Obama, President Thien Sein
described ethnic violence against minority Muslims in western Burma as criminal behavior as opposed to civil strife.
In a related matter, Sein
also met senior members of the Buddhist and Muslim communities in Myanmar and their religious leaders, and strongly urged them to exert maximum effort to foster harmony and cooperation between the communities.