The United Nations Security Council is being called upon to address the threat to peace in Burma. Commissioned by former Czech president Vaclav Havel and Bishop Desmond Tutu, the report recognizes the reasons the Security Council should intervene, as well as suggests how the Burmese government can work with the UN Secretary General’s office in reconciliation and restoration of the democratic government. The report also urges the Burmese government to allow international humanitarian organizations unhindered access to the country and to immediately release all prisoners of conscience. (ASSIST News Service)