While foreign capitals uselessly call for peace, the regime’s atrocities worsen by the day, only serving to justify the National Unity Government’s call to arms.
The soon-to-be departing Christine Schraner Burgener has admitted for the first time that the junta has no interest in talking or a peaceful solution to Myanmar’s crisis.
The National Unity Government is preparing to submit a report to the United Nations this month.
Two Magwe Region villagers were reportedly killed after resistance fighters blew up a military-owned telecoms mast.
The regime has lost two bases to the Karen National Union and 22 teenage volunteers were killed in a regime raid in Magwe Region.
After Tuesday’s declaration of war against the regime by the National Unity Government, civilian volunteers have launched numerous attacks.
The NLD and the military proxy Union Solidarity and Development Party will attend the online forum being organized by the Communist Party of China.
The regime has admitted that soldiers are increasingly under fire from civilian volunteers.
A series of attacks on regime forces followed the shadow, civilian National Unity Government’s call for civilians to fight to end military rule.
Myanmar Alliance for Transparency and Accountability member Ko Kyaw Minn Htut had joined the pro-democracy movement.
Reports that the junta’s crackdown on political foes has diverted resources from drug interdiction recycle old fallacies about the narcotics trade in Myanmar.
The regime faced the heaviest resistance in Sagaing and Yangon regions during August, according to the civilian shadow government.
The civil disobedience movement is preventing the regime from operating properly.
VPower has said it is not renewing power projects in Mandalay Region and Rakhine State at a key port in China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
KNU Concerned Group leader Naw Zipporah Sein says the group has abandoned the National Ceasefire Agreement and wants to see the junta defeated.