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CDM Policy and Threat, The Paradox of Organizing – Issue 89

January 28th, 2023  •  Author:   Myanmar Peace Monitor  •  1 minute read
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The National Unity Consultative Council (NUCC) on 20 January, 2023 released a paper on the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) policy for civil servants for public review. The paper prepared by the Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) on CDM covers three parts, five chapters and 14 pages. It is found that reviews, critics and different views on the paper have emerged. The NUCC on January 20 declared that it adopts a four-point CDM policy for civil servants based on the paper prepared by the JCC on CDM.

Please Find attached the BNI- Myanmar Peace Monitor’s weekly review (Issue 89, Jan 18 – 24, 2023) focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of the NUCC’s CDM policy.


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