Also this week, striking teachers continued to reject the regime, and the coup maker hailed as hallowed ground the site where the pro-military 2008 charter was drafted.
If he has the courage to exercise his constitutional rights as president, U Myint Swe has two opportunities left to avoid going down in Myanmar’s history as a villain.
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.
On this day a year ago, Min Aung Hlaing voiced his displeasure at the 2020 election outcome by saying the Constitution should be scrapped if it was not being adhered to.
U Soe Thane, once hailed as the int’l face of U Thein Sein’s 2011 reforms, writes in his latest book that the military should have overthrown the NLD govt much sooner.