Monthly Socio-Economic Analysis for May
Rehmonnya Institute For Civic Engagement (RICE)
with the armed process. After the coup, war conflicts and civil wars with ethnic armed forces are becoming more intense than before in each and every part of Myanmar. Freedom of the press described that there were 5,646 civilian casualties from February 1, 2021, to May 10, 2022, due to the consequences of the coup. Moreover, the amounts of war refugees have been rising up to 810,889 because of the intense battle all over Myanmar. Before the coup, the amounts of war refugees were 497,200 so now there are up to 1,308,089 refugees in total. Military Council is still committing various kinds of violence and abuse to the citizens.
Military Council has been performing acts of terrorism against human rights continuously with the intention of country stability by prescribing injustice rules of law, destroying citizens’ houses and belongings, burning down the houses, and so on. On the other hand, some People’s Defense Force has committed some abuses and killed honest citizens against the law as the accused of being informers (Dalan), bombing in the areas of pedestrians etc.
Over a year duration of transition into Military rule in Myanmar, Politics, Economics, and Social (Education, Health) sectors have not developed and it is lead to break of more than before. Military Council is not able to perform for the country’s failed economy to reach a better situation. The citizens have been suffering from jobless issues, hunger and the rate of poverty is growing obviously more than before as the result of the Military Coup.