Brief on Military Coup in Myanmar

By Jonathan Thang

As you might have heard already the situation in Burma/Myanmar, about military coup (illegal/to be considered as rebel arms forces from now on),  our elected Myanmar President U Win Myint, State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, and many state department heads, ministers, state/regional ministers, activists, and writers were arrested. This action has no legal ground except illegal fraud charges as well as out of constitutional rights. Therefore, the elected members of parliament have declared the current military government is illegal (military chief Min Aung Hlaing has formed the so-called new government which is illegal and it is not accepted by Myanmar people).  Thus, international communities must not recognize them.

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Myanmar coup: Aung San Suu Kyi and Government officials detained as military seizes control

By Jonathan Thang

The Myanmar military detained the country’s de facto leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and President U Win Myint in the early hours on Monday, according to National League for Democracy (NLD) spokesperson Dr. Myo Nyunt. Some of the ruling party’s Central Executive Committee members, lawmakers and regional cabinet members have been taken into custody as well. The apparent military coup occurred just hours before the scheduled start of the first session of the new, NLD-dominated Parliament on Monday morning. Mobile phone services have been cut off in Naypyitaw.


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Role of Corporations and Lobbyists behind Burma’s Reformation

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Money & Politics In A Country

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The story of the boiled frog from OSI news: The poor creature is coaxed into the water. Then the heat is turned up, little by little. Before long, the water’s boiling, the frog’s cooked—and he never saw it coming.

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Open Invitation: 2nd General Meeting of Burmese Activists in Norway

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Attention to all Burmese exile activists in Norway:

February 12, 2014

Subject: Open Invitation: 2nd General Meeting of Burmese Activists in Norway
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Revelation of The Man Behind The Curtain

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Who Runs Burma’s designated 2008 Constitution, 2010 Election & Half baked Democratic System of Burma from behind the Curtain:
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Open Invitation To All Burmese Activists in Norway

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