MONTHLY SOCIO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
Rehmonnya Institute For Civic Engagement (RICE)
Myanmar, also known as Burma, continues to face significant challenges in attaining a state of peace. The Myanmar military, which addresses the political problem by using violence, is now facing unprecedented levels of defeat. The civil war has escalated throughout the entire country, with armed clashes persisting endlessly. Simultaneously, the economic progress achieved over the past decade under democratic governance is regressing. Furthermore, the healthcare and education sectors are deteriorating rapidly, lacking reliable healthcare system and accessible education for all. The military junta presently suffers substantial losses, including military strength, camps, weapons, and ammunition, following the 1027 operation. The absence of a functioning rule of law in every sector denotes a failure state. As long as the dictatorial system remains in place, the people will continue to endure the consequences.