Noble Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi has joined with Human Rights Watch to denounce the new Muslim 2-child limit ordered in certain provinces in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. The restrictions effect the Rakhine state in Western Myanmar were there have been clashes between Buddhists and Muslim Rohingya families. Sectarian violence erupted in two Rakhine townships in the past year. Local provincial leader, Win Myaing, told the AFP that the birth rate of Muslims has been high, also resulting in a crackdown to enforce monogamy laws in Rakhine. But President Thein Sein is coming under fire for the unrest, which claims at least 200 dead and thousands displaced as refugees. Another watchdog and relief group, the Arakan Project, is also keeping a close eye on the violence. Aside from problems caused by citizens of Myanmar, there has also been a large influx of refugees from Bangladesh into the western provinces.