Considering you have absolutely no idea what self determination means.. Moving on.. Meanwhile, we urge upon ASEAN and the international community to put pressure on the Myanmar government, to end persecution against helpless and defenceless Rohingya and to ensure their rights and freedom with full citizenship and ethnic rights. It should be stressed that human rights are universal and violation of human rights cannot be pleaded as internal affairs of a country. And here is another one: To amend 1982 Citizenship Law to conform it to international human rights law and citizenship standards ensuring full citizenship and all accompanying rights to Rohingya And another one: The Rohingya people have rejected the so-called ‘green card’ as the ID is not related to their historicity, ethnic identity and national status. On top of that, being indigenous to Arakan, they are natural born citizens of Burma/Myanmar. [...] In view of the above, we urge upon the European Union for the followings: To put pressure on Thein Sein government to end all persecution and ghettoization against Rohingya, and to restore their citizenship and ethnic rights in their own homeland. And what do you know, here is yet another one: Arakan Rohingya National Organisation welcomes the resolution of the United Nations General Assembly adopted on Monday, 29th December 20014, urging Myanmar to grant full citizenship to its Rohingya Muslim minority and grant them equal access to services. The measure was adopted by consensus in the 193–nation assembly, a month after it was approved by the assembly’s rights committee. The resolution expresses "serious concern" over the plight of the Rohingya in Arakan/Rakhine state, where 140,000 people live in squalid camps after deadly violence erupted between Buddhists and Muslims in 2012. The resolution urges the Myanmar government to protect the rights of all inhabitants of Arakan/Rakhine State and allow "equal access to full citizenship for the Rohingya minority", to "allow self-identification" and ensure equal access to service. Welcoming the UNGA resolution, ARNO expects that good sense prevails in the minds of the Myanmar authorities to end the persecution and atrocity crimes against Rohingya minority forthwith, to grand them full citizenship and to allow their “Rohingya ethnic identity” and to ensure “right of equal footing” in all their national activities. This has been the consistent message for years.