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THE country’s neighbours have to negotiate with a newly-formed government of national unity if they want to help resolve the turmoil triggered by a Feb 1 military coup and they should not recognise the junta, a unity government official said.
Close allies of Myanmar’s detained civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi who were ousted in a military coup have joined with ethnic groups to form a new unity government, escalating the chances of a prolonged conflict with the junta.
(Reuters) -Myanmar's newly formed government of national unity urged neighbouring countries to not recognise the junta that seized power in February and to negotiate with it instead as part of any attempt to solve the crisis that began with the coup.
YANGON (Reuters): Opponents of Myanmar's junta announced a National Unity Government on Friday (April 16) including ousted members of parliament and leaders of anti-coup protests and ethnic minorities, saying their aim was to root out military rule.
MAE HONG SON, Thailand (AFP): Myanmar's coup has opened an unexpected window of opportunity for the various ethnic rebel outfits, which have no loyalty to either the junta or to deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi, but could together pose a threat to the army's rule.
(Reuters) - In a spartan hillside room in India furnished only with a thin sleeping mat, the Myanmar member of parliament spends much of his days attentively listening to Zoom conference calls and tapping away messages on his smartphone.
Once Covid-19 has been sufficiently tamed with stiff arms and stout hearts, attention will turn once again to travel and, for so many, an all too familiar leitmotif has re-emerged – the continuing tragedy of Myanmar.
NEW DELHI (Reuters): At least six lawmakers from Myanmar are sheltering in India after fleeing their country amid fears they could be detained by the military junta that seized power in a coup, an advisor to the body representing the ousted government said on Thursday (April 8).
LONDON (AFP): Britain on Thursday (April 8) condemned "bullying" by the Myanmar junta after the country's ambassador to London was ousted in an extraordinary diplomatic coup after calling for the release of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Myanmar activists daubed roadways with red paint Tuesday to protest against the junta's bloody crackdown on protests, as an online fundraising drive to support the movement neared the US$10 million mark.