Burma Military Government

Myanmar military government

Life under military rule is anything but easy for most people in Burma. The new government wanted Ba Maw to be the head of state and Aung San the war minister. and Mandalay and as a branch of Lower Burma in Rangoon, and monks joined the people's protest against the return of the military dictatorship.

More than 100 parliamentarians call on the British government to bring Myanmar's military general Min Aung Hlaing before the International Criminal Court.

In the run-up to the EU Foreign Ministers Council on 26 February, 102 parliamentarians from all political groups wrote to the Foreign Minister to openly endorse and encourage his EU colleagues to back a transfer of Myanmar General Min Aung Hlaing to the International Criminal Court.

Meanwhile, the United Nations has recorded more than 688,000 Rohingya migrants who have fled to Bangladesh since the military started its attack against Rohingya civilists in Myanmar in August 2017. 3 ) Following the Foreign Minister's recent visits to Myanmar and Bangladesh, where he saw the extent of the devastation of Rohingya settlements and hit fugitives, Rushanara wrote an essay in the Guardian on the pressing need for ICC expulsion.

Myanmar military response: MEPs from the International Development Committee of the British Parliament were exiled from Burma on 27 February 2018 just before a scheduled trip. While the above MP document was quoted as the cause for the denial of a visas, the military issued the press statement below on 6 March:

It concluded that the Bengali refuges must continue to be helped, that the UNHRC' s investigative visit and mediation must be free and cooperative, that co-operation with the UNHRC must continue, that the ruling of the International Criminal Court on Humankind must be acceptable, that Myanmar' s defense co-operation must be brought down to the minimum possible and that the suggestion to introduce specific limitations and penalties against Myanmar Tatmadaw' s high officials in charge of the violation of human rights must be presented as soon as possible.

It called for more pressure to be exerted on the Tatmadaw rulers on the Rakhine question and to bring them to the ICC and to debate at the European Union Foreign Affairs Council. Every week ten thousand Rohingyas fled Myanmar that they were exposed to force, harassment and devastation of their properties and possessions and that the message came up that they could no longer reside in their houses because of the pressure.

Medicins Sans Frontieres also said that nearly 7,000 Rohingyns have died within a single months in 2017, 730 of whom were Rohingyns inclusive, that the real number could be higher than their estimate, and that military and military-backed groups and popular militias were raping several hundred Rohingya-wives. It also states that the government has no means to ensure the secure returns of Rohingya migrants, as it cannot monitor the Tatmadaw and that although it is almost two years old, the government can do nothing other than form commissions to help enhance civic freedoms and the Rohingya humanitarian question in Myanmar.

More military aircraft are being used for the first in many years to cause more civil casualties and casualties. Military ministers disrupt and destroy the democratic government's proposed reforms. It is constantly using the word "Rohingya", which is completely inacceptable to all Myanmar's population.

The media is meeting and the government media reports have already stated that these allegations are false and the Tatmadaw Truew News Information Team has published ten real situations of the Rakhine series. Indeed, the conflict in the Buthidaung-Maungtaw area of Rakhine State erupted in 2012, 2016 and 2017 after the country's democratic transformation did not begin in 2010 by indigenous peoples or military personnel, at least not the Tatmadaw.

Bengal's 2012 crises erupted when a local Rakhine was violated and the 2016-2017 clash erupted, when the Bengali Army terror group started synchronised assaults against the Bengali main office and outpost. Nine Tatmadaw members, 21 policemen, a total of 30 and 21 locals, 52 Hindus, 51 Muslims, a total of 124 died during the war.

State and Tatmadaw have already published information about the incidents. The Bengali extreme terror group has already pledged that it has carried out all the acts of terrorism. On the other hand, Armas violently killed his own racial and religious population in the Buthidaung-Maungtaw area. Both the government and the Tatmadaw have brought embattled embassies, the diplomatic, local press and global journalists into areas of tension to learn the facts.

Unfortunately, the document completely ignored the Bengali terrorists' terrorists' actions and unilaterally accused the police of doing their work in accordance with the legislation. Approximately 4,000 extreme terrorists from AUGUST 26, 2017, started a well-planned attack with undue violence. In 1824, after the First Anglo-Myanmar War, the Bengalese government brought Bengali from the Bengali area to work as a peasant in the state of Rakhine.

In 1942, 152 Rakhine towns in Alethankyaw were devastated, displacing over 100,000 Rakhine and leaving over 20,000 deaths. The Mujahid National Liberation Army and Rohingya National Uprising came into being after Myanmar's liberation and tried to set up Buthidaung, Maungtaw and Rathaedaungownships in Rakhine State as Arkistan or Rohingya State.

Bengali terrorist extremists started co-ordinated assaults on a frontier policing centre and three policing posts on 9 October 2016, killing ten policemen, injuring five and losing 68 guns and ammunition. During the terrorist bombing on 25 August 2017, ARSA-led Bengali terrorist extremists started co-ordinated assaults in 37 communities, among them an military base and 30 policing units, each containing 500 to 700 Bengalis with blades, javelins, improvised explosives and other weaponry.

Thirty-eight operations took place in a row in a row, and ten officers, an immigration officer, a total of 12 were murdered and many were wounded, and six small guns were confiscated by Bengali terrorist officers from outstations. In order to determine whether Rakhine State Investigations, headed by Vice President U Myint Swe, reacted in accordance with applicable law and procedure, the Rule of Engagement (ROE) and Commander-in-Chief (Army) Office orders in relation to the October 2016 assault, a Tatmadaw investigative committee headed by Lt-Gen Aye Win of Commander-in-Chief (Army) Office was established on December 1, 2016, on February 17, 2017, and a further one under Lt-Gen Aye Win of Commander-in-Chief (Army) Office on February 9, 2017.

Three cases found by the Tatmadaw investigating authority have been dealt with in conformity with the legislation. Lt-Gen Aye Win's investigative unit has also been mandated to determine whether Mr Aye Win has fulfilled his tasks in accordance with the August 2017 Act on the Inquiry. In addition, we have carried out surveys in the fields and taken measures in connection with the Inn Din Village case.

The Tatmadaw investigative office interviewed and interviewed 195 racial groups from two racial communities, 205 Hindus from two Hindus and 2,817 from 54 Bengali communities, a total of 3,217 in Buthidaung and Maungtawhoods, and collected testimonies from 804 eyewitnesses. The Tatmadaw investigative body's strong record suggests that at least 10,000 to a maximal of 20,000 Bengals took part in assaults on Bengal policing stations on 25 August 2017, initially estimating the number at around 4,000.

Following the October 9 assassination attempt, Bengali radical Bengali counterterrorist leader Ataullah named a number of acts of terror in towns and cities. On a broad basis, these rulers created groups of terrorists relying on Mavlavi and villagers. People who are near government agencies, those who refuse to remain loyal to or join the group of terrorists, and those who refuse to participate in the terrorists' education were cruelly murdered by cutting their throat.

In addition, the Bengals were obliged to pledge on the Koran to join the group, with the consequence that the vast majority of Bengali people in every Bengali community were obliged to join the group. Reports from 2,817 Bengali residents from 54 Bengali communities and 362 Bengali community members from 105 Bengali communities indicate that police have not committed extra-judicial or sexual assassination or violation of rights of women.

The Bengali village inhabitants in the war zone say that counterterrorist leader have made preparations at various tiers and ordered concurrent aggression. It was unsuccessful, although hard-core members of the Bengali extreme Bengali Army terrorism, many village people and even the kids united. The Bengali extremists of the Bengali Army destroyed buildings and escaped to Bangladesh.

Threatening, forcing and persuading other inhabitants to escape to Bangladesh, many escaped as a consequence, it was found. On August 25, 2017, extremist Bengals detained 52 Hindoo inhabitants of Ye Bauk Kya Village and 53 inhabitants of Kha Maung Seik (South) Dock and plundered their belongings, demolished alter and Buddha paintings, and burnt down citizen control maps.

In addition, on 29 August, a group of terrorists assaulted and torched seven Mro ethnic groups from the village of Khonetine, Badaka Village Tract, Maungtaw Township. The Bengali Bengal ese extremists have been found to have slaughtered a grand total of 131 indigenous ethnic groups, Hindus and Bengalese, cutting their throat with the intention of gaining control and clout.

Despite the fact that the Bengali terrorist extremists campaigned against a minorities' genocides and racial cleansings in the Buthidaung-Maungtaw area, those who live in other countries' displaced persons centres reproached Myanmar Tatmadaw for carrying out genocides and racial cleansings while they were with diplomatic and journalist foreigners.

Tatmadaw was acting in accordance with the military and civil law during the Rakhine Depression. Under the leadership of a lieutenan general, an investigative force was set up to investigate whether or not safety units have been guilty of atrocities. Measures have been taken against those members of the police force who have perpetrated such a felony in accordance with the Law.

Rakhine's role as Commandant of the Western Command, who took over the safety issues from Rakhine, was ended because he had shortcomings in his conduct in this matter. In accordance with applicable law, litigation has been initiated against seven officer and other rankings and three policemen. In spite of these endeavours, errors are over the top by individual persons and the accusation has arisen that the whole Tatmadaw has perpetrated a wrong.

Tatmadaw does not fulfil state defense and safety tasks until it has submitted a report to the government. During the Rakhine War, as ordered by the government, the Tatmadaw was relegated from a military mission to a military and surveillance one. For its part, the government is planning to resume the Bengals who escaped to the other side after the Buthidaung Maungtaw dispute and to conduct the domestic review procedure in accordance with the Act.

Because most of them were closely associated with the Bengali extremists in the Bengali terrorist organisation Argos Translations, they escaped out of a sense of suspicion of investigations and trials or out of the conviction that they had a shot at going to a third state. The Tatmadaw members are law-abiding members who abide by four vows, even to give their life for the state and the nation, and who obey current state legislation, as well as global and military government.

The Tatmadaw protects the administration, the constitutional state and all human beings from the threat of terrorism. The Tatmadaw has worked with patience in the quest to achieve the perpetual freedom that the nation really needs, and ten ethnically based groups have so far subscribed to the NCA.

Tatmadaw follows exactly the already negotiated points and NCA regulations on the basis of Tatmadaw's six-point peacemaking policies. In practice, the Tatmadaw works with those in ethnical areas, focusing on local harmony and ending conflicts. The PBS intelligence team in Thailand interviewed some members of the terror group in the Cox' Bazar camp on the Bangladesh- Myanmar frontier.

They said in their headlines that groups of five people had been created under ARSAM. There were 100 to 200 members of ARSA in each of the 40 Maungtaw towns. Discussions were held with those who live abroad about a strategy to create an extreme terror group. The two sides debated the assaults by the Bengali radical Bengali extremists of the Rakhine State in 2012 and 2016, and on 25 August 2017, the causes why several hundred thousand Bengalese escaped to Bangladesh, the reaction of the flight from Bengal and the other countries to the Myanmar government's preparation to resume them, the causes why they do not want to return to Myanmar,

exorbitant messages published by non-governmental and diplomatic organizations, Bengal and the other countries, Tatmadaw and military forces' action in their eviction operation in accordance with the orders and orders, investigations into compliance with the orders and orders and actions against certain Tatmadawms and members of the military forces who did not follow the orders.

Unilateral allegations by UK MEPs closing their eyes to the reality of the problem, despite much hard proof, will seriously hamper the restoration of the constitutional state, national safety and Tatmadaw's involvement in the democratic transformation in accordance with the rules of engagement (ROE) on the rulings that followed the EU Committee on Foreign Affairs' session, the restoration of the Buthidaung-Maungtaw area and the resumption of the victim.

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