It was on 27 March. The words of coup leader Senior General Min Aung Hlaing were heard at the 78th Armed Forces Day ceremony. The senior general said he would take decisive action against the People’s Defense Forces (PDF) and the Ethnic Revolutionary Organizations (EROs), including the National Unity Government (NUG), which support them.
Political and military analysts have criticized the military chief’s message as unrealistic and implausible, viewing it merely as a propaganda message aimed at persuading pro-military groups and allies.
This issue of Burma News International (BNI) – Myanmar Peace Monitor (MPM) Weekly News Review looks at Myanmar’s junta chief Senor General Min Aung Hlaing’s speech and the messages deciphered from the significant photographs.
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