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Myanmar Military Intent on Ruling from Behind the Scene

24 February 2021
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Note: This article was originally published in Dhaka Tribune on 24 February 2021.  Mr Kavi Chongkittavorn was quoted.

The ultimate intention of the Myanmar military is to rule the country keeping civilian faces in the front as they did in 2015, speakers told an international virtual event on Wednesday. The military also wanted to do the same thing in 2021, they said in a webinar titled "After the Coup: What's Next for Myanmar," organized by US-based think tank East-West Center on Tuesday afternoon (Hawaii time) and Wednesday morning (Bangladesh time).

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