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. and the ensuing investiture of the civil administration in Burma. are imposing financial penalties on Burma. Burma's healthcare system is one of the poorest in the world: "Burma" is based on the Myanmar term "Bamar" (), which is the slang language of Myanmar () (or Mranma in ancient Burma), both of which refer to the historical minority of its people.
Burma has been used in English since the era of the colonisation by the English. Myanmar's member, the United Nations, supported the name shift five working day after it was announced by the government, but the government of many nations, among them Australia, Canada, France, the United Kingdom and the United States, still call the state" Burma", although the applicability of the name shift itself is differently recognized.
Others, among them the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the German, Indian, Japanese, Russian, Brazilian and People's Republic of China recognize "Myanmar" as officially named. The lack of certainty among British spokespeople on how to say "Myanmar" leads to debates such as /?mj??nm?r/, /ma?.?n?m?r/, /?mi??nm?r/ and /mi??ænm?r/. Burma is the biggest nation in Southeast Asia with a surface area of 678,500 km2 and the biggest 40 in the whole wide area.
In February 2011, Burma consisted of 14 states and territories, 67 counties, 330 cities, 64 sub-townships, 377 cities, 2914 wards, 14220 parts of the country and 68290 communities. The Hengduan Shan Hills in the northern part of the country mark the boundary with China. Hakabo Razi in the state of Kachin is Burma's highest point with an altitude of 5,881 meters Within Burma there are three range of hills, namely the Rakhine Yoma, the Bago Yoma and the Shan Plateau, which all run from the Himalayas from the north to the east.
30 ] The mountains share Burma's three rivers, the Irrawaddy, the Salween (Thanlwin) and the Sittaung River Burma's longest Iranian stream, the Irrawaddy Rivers, which flow into the Gulf of Martaban for almost 2,170km. There are fruitful plateaus in the intermountain valleys The vast majority of Burmese people live in the Irrawaddy Vale, which lies between Rakhine Yoma and the Shan Plateau.