The regime last month awarded titles to leaders of seven of the 10 groups planning to attend talks, prompting speculation it was looking to secure their participation.
The National Unity Government aims to raise $10 million from the sale of Min Aung Hlaing’s lakeside Yangon residence to fund the revolution against him.
Military loyalist U Thein Soe’s report also disregards the fact that his commission violated the law and the Constitution by annulling the result of the 2020 election.
Junta secretary Lt-Gen Aung Lin Dwe’s replacement as judge advocate general continues the coup leader’s habit of breaking with military tradition to promote confidants.
This week, the public was treated to the sight of the blood-soaked junta boss renovating a historic pagoda, and asked politely to hand over any guns they might be hiding.
A naval base, police stations and a court building were among the regime targets attacked with remote-controlled bombs and other explosives as Min Aung Hlaing visited.