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Can Burmese Democracy Survive The Coup?

Zeya Thu, CEO, The Voice Journal

01-Mar-21 09:37

Can Burmese Democracy Survive The Coup?

The Myanmar military coup on 1 February has sparked widespread street protests and public sector strikes by citizens outraged by the junta’s power grab. We speak to journalist Zeya Thu on the situation in Myanmar and the different perspectives being hashed out on how to uphold democracy in the country.

Image Credit: EPA-EFE

Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar


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