Gentleman will pay me the honour of remaining. So far dreadful things have occurred. Henceforward the relationship of this country and Burma will be based on a Treaty and on the friendship between the two nations which, I am glad to say, is stronger than ever today. The Burma Independence Act 1947 (1947, 11 Geo. In conclusion, may I say this Bill is in keeping with the highest traditions of this House. I can agree with the hon. I do not think I will be contradicted when I say that personally, apparently unlike "The Times," I think that statesmanship should have some regard for the probable results on the ordinary man and woman affected by its decision. The third condition we laid down was that there should be an efficient and responsible Government to whom we could hand over our power, that that Government should be capable of preserving the freedoms of speech and association, and all the other freedoms which the people of Burma have enjoyed under our rule. I have listened with very great care to all the speeches made from the opposite benches. Gentlemen opposite are prepared to accept this lightly—a lowered standard of living for the people of Burma. hoped those countries which are marked red on the map—as one hon. Gentlemen opposite think me to be, I think that in dealing with this matter He served as the 5th Premier of the British Crown Colony of Burma from 1946 to 1947. Gentleman says, "Thank you very much. Burma goes forward as an independent country, but in friendship, and may that friendship deepen and ripen in course of time not only into more friendship for both lands, but into an example to the world. I see the Prime Minister on the Government Front Bench. Before we did that, surely we should have considered the possibility of putting some money aside to pay some form of compensation to these civil servants? The Act received the royal assent on 10 December 1947. Gentleman is right and there has been a slight decrease in the numbers, so much the better. If a great wave of water is rushing down a valley, it is no use saying to that flood, "If you will give me time to evacuate my house, floor by floor, I will ultimately row away in a boat and you can have my house." Once before we did not understand the mentality of a sister land across the water, which was really at our very doorstep and could have helped us materially. I shall read his words in HANSARD more carefully tomorrow, but I think I have not give an unfair paraphrase of what he suggested. Burma is no more fortunate than any other country in its human greed, ambition and opportunism, all of which have been playing their part. Member might mention that to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and ask him to redeem his Election promise. Friend the Leader of the Opposition from the attacks which have been made upon him tonight in this House, for he is well able to do it himself. are giving to Burma will be properly used by the Burmese. These problems of the relationship between these tribes and Burma proper have been resolved, thanks, I think, in the first place, to the broadmindedness and desire to give full rights to minorities exhibited by U Aung San, Thakin Nu, and the other Burmese leaders. If it were not satisfied, that demand would grow. Members opposite regarding the Members of our own Front Bench, but it is not for them to determine whether we who are Labour Members have confidence in them; it is for ourselves. [4], He reported too that in May, 1945, a statement of United Kingdom government policy concerning Burma was issued. Even hon. I think I have quoted him correctly. We should realise that we have in the Leader of the Opposition an Elizabethan in more ways than one, since he not only speaks the language of Shakespeare, but breathes the very spirit of Shakespeare, of whom it was said that he loved England's friends because they were her friends, and he hated England's enemies because they were her enemies. We made America fight for it. I trust that the Motion to give The act laid the foundations for Burma’s post-independence political system, with the establishment of a Westminster model of cabinet with nine Burmese ministers alongside an elected House of Representatives. I believe that to be a great mistake on their part and a mistaken decision, but they have taken it and they are entitled to take it. I hope the House will allow me to get their opinion across. May I quote what my right hon. I have been long enough in this House to know that one is entitled to use examples by way of illustration. It is true that no treaty is likely to be of any value to British interests unless we are convinced that those who signed the treaty with us not only intend to carry it out but are capable of doing so. Friend the Member for Aston (Mr. Wyatt) there are many difficulties facing Burma, difficulties which will require the guidance of others He was the Prime Minister of the Burmese Government, which had been set up on the 1935 Constitution model. Does he really think that is the way to bind together the British Commonwealth of Nations? I would also like to echo the compliment paid by the Prime Minister to Sir Hubert Rance for the tact and wisdom with which he guided Burma through the period of transition. One knows that their attitude has been taken not only after very full consideration of the facts of the situation but because both those hon. It is a well-watered country, unlike the one-monsoon zones in India. The agreement to accept military missions only from this country and not from any other country than this virtually does imply a military alliance. They fear and they distrust the Burmese. First, law and order. I do not suppose I should be called that today. So far as I can gather, this Burma problem is regarded by the Burmese leaders as a purely Burmese problem. Now the hon. In fact I may find myself in the Government Lobby this evening, but I resent as keenly as anyone this charge of irresponsibility that is levelled against them. I read it all in "The Times" this morning. Member for Swindon (Mr. T. Reid), who knows more about that part of the world than most of his hon. Therefore, let me make it quite clear, that we on this side of the House are equally Therefore, I submit to the House that it is not the case that the conditions which were adumbrated in the White Paper have not yet happened, but that, in fact, they have, and that we are, therefore, entitled to allow, as was pointed out in a subsequent paragraph, that constituent Assembly to meet and to draft their Constitution. Therefore, I have the gravest fears that we are sacrificing, without due regard to what it means, people who have helped us in the past, most notably during the war. When we deserted the people who were our best friends in the war, what else could they do but make friends with those like some of the Burmese statesmen, friends of Members opposite, who were the friends of the Japanese in the war, and who made termas with them when the enemy were within their gates? and right hon. Most of the things were included in Transfer of power agreement 1947 which was signed between Nehru and Lord Mountbatten, infact this agreement is a confidential not made available for public few people got their hands on on few of the books of the agreement and revealed what they found. Like so much other legislation in the past two years, it has been pushed across without any opportunity to debate the issue before deciding whether we should accept one alternative or another. Gentleman's party. 443, c. 1077. We have built roads, harbours, houses; we have taught them many things, we have brought schools there, helped them in their education, and taught them to learn to govern themselves. There is a mighty population there—China, India, and now a separate Burma. I do not Therefore, I must emphasise that the offer made to India, generally known as the Cripps offer, whereby India was to be free to choose her own future within or without the British Commonwealth is held by the Burmese to give the same right to the people of Burma. Catalogue description Burma Independence Act, 1947: status of the locally naturalized: legal adviser's opinion Ordering and viewing options This record has not been digitised and cannot be downloaded. First of all is the fact that the self-government is to be outside the British Commonwealth. It is beyond understanding. Things are going from bad to worse for us Anglo-Burmans, and nothing will be done till the British public is told the naked truth. I realise that the action we are about to take will lead to possible misunderstanding and perhaps misrepresentation, either wilful or otherwise, not only in this country but also in Burma. During this transitional period when, as the House will remember, the Government of Burma has been treated in practice as if it were a Dominion Government A Shan Sawbwa was appointed Counsellor for the Frontier Areas with a Kachin and a Chin deputy-Counsellor. I am one of those who very much hope that the future of Burma may be as he said, and that that future may justify the hand of friendship which His Majesty's Government, I think rightly, has held out to them at this most difficult time. The British parliament approved the Burma Independence Act 1947, a bill to Provide for the independence of Burma as a country not within His Majesty’s dominions and not entitled to His Majesty’s protection, and for consequential and connected matters on December 10, 1947, and Burma formally achieved its independence from Britain on 4 January 1948 and Nu-Atlee Agreement came into force … We should have allowed a reasonable time under Dominion status to elapse before coming to this irrevocable decision, but above all we should have restored law and order and put the country on its feet. I cannot understand what is in the minds of hon. Dominion status is complete independence, and under Dominion status the Burmese could carry on misgovernment and bloodshed just as easily as they could under the system which is to be set up. Nothwithstanding this, Members opposite say that we must accelerate self-government. Historical Map of South & Southwest Asia (4 January 1948 - Independence of Burma: The British departure from India in 1947 made their remaining colonies in South Asia redundant. The rise of the independent Commonwealth countries 4.1 Although the Dominions were … Member for Farnham (Mr. Nicholson) asked his colleagues on the opposite benches what their alternative was. [Laughter.] However, he was only a leader of the people to whose views he had to pay full attention and he was not able to persuade them that he was right. Metacritic. I think that every Member of this House will have every feeling of sympathy for these people. I believe that this Debate, up to now, has shown very clearly that one of the great differences between us is as to what is our conception of our responsibility to the people of Burma. of the credit for which is due to the Joint Parliamentary Secretary of the Ministry of Supply, has ensured that there is, in fact, no gap whatever in Commonwealth Defence. 1916 1936 Are we to have none? Clearly, the professor of history whom We studies most closely is Einstein, side of the House to say that we should at this very moment hand over self-government to Burma without taking any precautions to see that self-government as we mean it is exercised. Member for Kilmarnock (Mr. Ross) spoke most contemptuously of Burma Shell. make the best arrangement for his people that he could? I am wholeheartedly in favour of voting on the side of my right hon. I do not rejoice; in fact, I consider this is a day I have noticed, in recent years, that the habit of putting questions by Opposition speakers from this Bench to the Government has now in a sense decreased, and the former custom of answering these questions which used to persist in the old days, has, I am sorry to say, largely been abandoned, but I hope that I may put three questions to the right hon. The purpose of this Bill is to give effect to the will of the peoples of Burma as expressed by their elected representatives that their country should become an independent State, should cease to be part of the British Commonwealth of Nations and should no longer form part of the King's Dominions. There is great importance in the stage of Dominion status, in that it does give a definite period in which, with all the advantages of Dominion Government and the full authority attaching thereto, all matters can be considered without heat or prejudice; in which those who feel that they would wish to adhere to and enjoy the great advantages and protection afforded by the British Commonwealth of Nations to all its members, would have an opportunity of making their weight felt, without any question intervening of direct interference by British administrators in their local affairs. Members who have been good enough to come in since I started speak- Interviews were conducted in 2009 with a group of Chin refugees, and also with established members of the community who graciously facilitated introductions and hosted gatherings for the author and refugees. I remember that the right hon. I would call attention to another matter which is of some importance. Round-Table Conference contemplated, might easily have made all the difference and have produced statesmen worthy to rule their fellow countrymen, and not people of the type described by my right hon. Gentleman comes to decisions had not been very deep on this occasion. Gentleman, and I say that what I have said was not a reflection on present Burmese politicians for one moment, but I cannot withdraw what I had said in another respect—that there is bound to be, in a country like that, an enormous amount of political corruption in the ordinary sense of the word. The false optimism of hon. I think that someone tonight, besides my right hon. Share Description. There is one thing over which I hope the Burmese people will act cautiously. The essence of the British Commonwealth is voluntary association of those nations which form parts of it. I was in favour of that because of the general aim and importance of shortening the war, saving the unnecessary shedding of British blood, and bringing the whole of the Burma position forward into line with the American advance in the Pacific. The House knows that these hill tribes occupy the highlands and central Burma, and that they have been administered under separate administration. A nephew of mine was for 12 hours lying in a bush while the Japanese with fixed bayonets were stabbing every bush around him. For those reasons, I say that we are not casting off a part of the Empire light-heartedly. There was a Scotsman tried there, and he was branded as a traitor by the English, but we know that Scotland considers him a patriot. That is not the case. Holding those views, it is only because I have the gravest misgiving as to what will happen that I cannot support the Government. I would remind the right hon. I make no attempt to defend my right hon. Significant differences in political views between unionists and Irish nationalists are reflected in the variations of names they use for the region. All the leading Burmese with which the Prime Minister negotiated, lunched and dined on that occasion have either been It is disintegrating not because of conquest but because of its civilising influence. Take the question of finance. 1914 Having had previous official experience of this matter, I agree that in law these people probably have no claim, but I am perfectly certain that they have a very strong moral claim to fair treatment. It will be some months before it is really competent to deal with the administration of the country, and it would be unwise at the moment to press on too hastily with schemes of nationalisation and socialisation. A miracle happened there in our own day when the Government achieved the settlement in India. I feel that this is probably the point which is the most difficult of all for His Majesty's Government to answer. In fact, far from expropriating British oil interests, the present Burmese Government have given the oil undertakings every encouragement to get the oil wells functioning again. I think I was over-optimistic in expressing the hope that it would prove to be a success. I have not interrupted any hon. We came to a country that had suffered from gross misrule, and under British rule much progress was made—moral, material and in every respect. Only a delegation to His Majesty's Government can explain things fully. I believe implicitly in the party system. 1918 Though no doubt he was sincere, he showed complete lack of responsibility. I have been in this House for 18 years now; I have seen many things transpire, and I think we are becoming more sane; there is a better and more human touch in the affairs of fife. It is a responsibility that it is impossible for each individual among us to carry out of our own personal knowledge. hardships that our troops went through to set Burma free. 1932 Gentleman tonight. Member for Loughborough (Mr. Follick) will forgive me if I do not follow him in that delightful historical fantasy in which he has just been indulging. Gentleman said that delay was easy. It is quite true that responsible Burmans, and there are many, know in their heart of hearts, even though they may not say so to Leftist politicians from this country when they visit Burma, that without alien direction and capital Burmese economy will crash, but unfortunately the control of the extremists is so great that it is difficult for them to state that. 1894 Gentlemen opposite? That is a new way for Great Britain to do business. help to them in their great difficulties, and makes them feel sympathy for the British nation, to be insulted by the Leader of the Opposition? 10 or 15 years after the conquest of 1886–we called it dacoity instead of armed rebellion? I think—before I put my arguments shortly to the House—a little too much emphasis has been laid by some hon. Member for North Blackpool (Mr. Low) on the attitude they have taken, which cannot have been easy. What our men went through there is almost indescribable, and they have left an imperishable memory behind them, fighting for the very freedom we are now conferring upon Burma. Member, whether he votes with the Government tonight or not, wish Burma the very greatest happiness in the future. Is it not rather premature for the Union of Burma to take independence and form an independent Republic before- any legislation is passed in this country to that effect? That, to my mind, would be a stain on the sacrifices those men made. I think I understand the motives of the hon. I should have thought that the lesson of the last two world wars ought to be quite convincing, that conquest and invasions ought to be things of the past, and that the cementing in brotherly love of the nations of the world ought to be the object and ideology and system of government of the British Government. 1866 It is changing when we honour men who fought against us and grow cold towards those who fought by our side. I hold entirely different views. I do not wish to say much about the constitution, although, as I reminded the Prime Minister, not every hon. I repeat, they may have been defended, but the main fact was that it suited our purpose to defend Burma against the Japanese when they invaded that part of the world. Gentlemen on this side of the House, who differ from me, that that is what they had in mind, though personally I do not agree with them. I am sure that it was never intended by him at that time that we should necessarily have to observe the three years' period before the Burmans were to be allowed to reach the decision which they have now reached. Anyway, I am not surprised that they are aiming at a Socialist State, because it is in accordance with the history of the country. He was contemplating not an easy delay, but the use of force. In other words, at the very best we are handing over Burma to a virtual dictatorship and, at the very worst, we are handing her over to complete anarchy and a loss of all national independence. The best answer to that is that the Prime Minister and most of his colleagues were murdered in cold blood a few weeks ago possibly by one of the men who came over to this country to negotiate the treaty back in the spring. It is becoming a little monotonous to find how often hon. We are not dealing with any small minority of people here, we are dealing with two and a half million. I well remember that there were difficulties in fixing the compensation for British officials employed in India, but there has been none here. As the hon. Do they say that, because the Burmans have asked for this, they have no responsibility? Gentlemen are not entitled to say, and what nobody has said, and what the right hon. Its provisions will be known to the House, for it was published on 27th October. Members on both sides of the House who have taken part in this Debate will forgive me if I do not follow the arguments they have put forward—and I have listened to most of them. A Commonwealth realm is a sovereign state which has Elizabeth II as its monarch and head of state. So there are political police, a totalitarian regime, and the British are quitting. Is he complaining at the desire of the people to rule themselves in the way they wish? Member forgive me for interrupting? As many hon. But what would be the alternative? I am afraid I have been at some length into the reasons why I am taking this course. Member thinks that is the way in which to conduct Debate or whether it conduces to the dignity of this House, but I do not think it does. But supposing that were achieved, would Dominion status prevent bloodshed? Friend and Leader in those days, not only over the India Bill, but The right hon. Anything up to half a million people have been butchered, tens of thousands of women have been carted off and raped, and tens of millions may yet die of starvation. I agree with the right hon. I agree that there is no alternative but Clause 5 provides for the repeal of Acts of Parliament relating to Burma, and references to Burma in other Acts. Member confident, that Burma will be able to maintain the freedom about which the Party opposite have been rejoicing so much today? We regret that they are no longer to be in the Commonwealth and we hope that they will be able to meet those dangers and to retain their freedom. independence from Britain in 1948 • In 1962, military leader General Ne Win staged a coup and took power, oppressed the people, the economy crumbled. Not one word have we had in any of the speeches from the benches opposite—hardly a reference to it was made in the Prime Minister's speech—about the deplorable state of Burmese finance. Members opposite when they say that we came out on a certain day and the murder of these women and children means nothing to them. In view of these slaughters, in view of the condition of the nation, we could have advanced by stages. I know the right hon. By your fruits you will be judged. Friends—as they know, I do not charge them with a lack of responsibility—that they should weigh their action most carefully, and that they should think again before they vote against this Bill tonight. 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