Human Traffickers strike again in Myanmar
July 10, 2018 | Brainwave Science
In the first half of this year, Myanmar has another case related to 176 people trafficked in the country along with 107 previous related cases- an official of Myanmar quoted anti-human trafficking police on Tuesday.
Among 176 victims, over 100 are women. The state of Shan topped the number of cases, followed by Yangon and Mandalay regions. All these cases were related to forced marriage, forced prostitution and labor exploitation.
Myanmar’s parliament will be approving a revised version of Anti-trafficking in Persons Law this year, based on that enacted in September 2005. According to the 2005 Anti-Trafficking in Person Law, people who traffic women and children are to be given a minimum of 10-year imprisonment or maximum of life imprisonment.
Myanmar has joined China, Syria and South Sudan as being among the countries doing least to tackle human trafficking, according to the US State Department’s latest annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report.
In addition to drug trafficking and related crimes such as money laundering and corruption, human trafficking is a primary criminal concern. Myanmar is a country of origin for human trafficking, with women being trafficked to Thailand for sexual exploitation and to China for forced marriage. Men are also trafficked to Thailand for forced labor in the fishing industry. Internal trafficking equally appears to be widespread, though there is an absence of reliable data on the trafficking situation in the country.
In today’s environment, criminals often find their victims online, through social media channels. In addition, Anti-trafficking authorities don’t always get the expected results from the investigative technologies at their disposal. A DNA or polygraph test is often short in results and can be applied in specific conditions.
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