How Myanmar's Fragile Push for Democracy Collapsed in a Military Coup

How Myanmar's Fragile Push for Democracy Collapsed in a Military Coup

According to a statement posted on its Facebook page, Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy called on people in Myanmar to resist the military coup. But Suu Kyi has publicly rejected accusations that the military waged a genocidal campaign against the Rohingya. Fears of a military coup have been simmering in the Southeast Asian nation since the military disputed the results of the November election. Read More: Meet Min Aung Hlaing, the Chief of Myanmar’s Notorious MilitaryWhat does the coup mean for Myanmar’s democratic reforms? It’s not the first coup in the country’s history; a 1962 coup brought the military to power.

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