CSOs based in Myanmar and abroad said the regime’s peace dialogue is a sham designed to mislead the international community.
The use of the term ‘Never Cold Blooded’ by Myanmar’s revolutionaries shows how the country is being transformed by the fight against military dictatorship.
Russia’s foreign minister Sergei Lavrov told the junta chief that Russia, a key arms supplier to Myanmar, supports the regime’s efforts to stabilize the country.
While the UN and ASEAN do nothing, the Myanmar people are trapped in an ever-increasing cycle of violence.
Both ASEAN and the UN have come under fire from activists and rights groups for failing to do enough to resolve Myanmar’s post-coup political crisis.
A political dissident and a rebel army officer were both executed by the then junta in the 1970s.
National Unity Government and international rights groups call on the UN and ASEAN to take action against the junta for executing four anti-coup activists.
Given the military’s rigging and rejections of previous elections, no one believes the coup leader’s assurances that a free and fair poll will be held next year.
Regime’s failure to implement the peace plan agreed with ASEAN means it will continue to be banned from attending the bloc’s summits.
The country’s major ethnic armed organizations are actively fighting the regime and boycotted last month’s peace talks with the junta.
Despite a request by ASEAN chair Hun Sen, the military regime will not allow the envoy to meet the detained democracy leader.
UN Special Rapporteur says Myanmar people can’t take another year of inaction from ASEAN.
If the international community places concerted pressure on the junta and isolates it completely, the military will be forced to make concessions.
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen warns the proposed executions will provoke a very negative reaction from the international community.
Call by US State Department follows last month’s meeting in Washington between the NUG’s foreign minister and officials from President Biden’s administration.