Myanmar Coup: What It Means For ASEAN – Analysis

Vann Bunna | 21 July 2021 |
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On February 1 the Myanmar military seized power from a democratically elected civilian government in what has been confirmed as a coup – detaining the de facto country leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other members of the ruling National League of Democracy party (NLD) and announcing one year of a state of emergency. This move has been turning this South-East Asian country once again into a military junta regime after nine years of democratic transition – putting the future of the country in uncertainty.

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