Also this week, the regime revived a failed method for reining in gold prices and—with online propaganda channels getting harder to find—unveiled a homegrown ‘YouTube’.
The ASEAN chair and Cambodian PM again drew Myanmar people’s ire after saying those who objected to his efforts on behalf of the regime would ‘destroy’ their country.
Noeleen Heyzer has prompted an outcry by urging opponents of the junta to negotiate a power-sharing deal, then refusing to acknowledge, let alone amend, her comments.
The social-media giant has removed more pages belonging to businesses with links to Myanmar’s junta.
Police said Cherry Htet posted messages in support of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi on social media, communicated with an NLD lawmaker and received information on the NUG.