Coup in Myanmar: return to the bad old days

Myanmar has been in the past few years, certainly not a pattern of democracy. But compared to the decades before the Southeast Asian country took a positive dev

Coup in Myanmar: return to the bad old days

Myanmar has been in the past few years, certainly not a pattern of democracy. But compared to the decades before the Southeast Asian country took a positive development. Only the oppression of the minority Muslim Rohingya has left international a very negative impression. Particularly disappointing is the attitude of the strong woman of Myanmar was in this context of policy, Aung San Suu Kyi. She wanted to see, just like the military, here is absolutely no Problem.

The concern for the welfare of the Rohingya and other minorities in the ethnically very diverse country was not so sure of the reason for the coup of the soldiers from the Assembly. Rather, the military leaders have come to terms with the gradually evolving democracy, never, though you were more than enough privileges stood in the political System. The lip-service of the coup leaders to democratic elections and a multi-party system are, therefore, hardly be taken seriously.

Updated Date: 01 February 2021, 21:19

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