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Monthly Socio-Economic Analysis for November  Rehmonnya Institute For Civic Engagement (RICE) Briefly  Political Situation  In all ages, the military government never can develop the country except by focusing on priority for their perpetuation of power and self–interest. Only the armed conflict and Civil War got growth. Now, after the 2021 military coup, the country is in the same situation as before and the armed clashes across the country have become more intense. Due to the intensification of the armed conflicts, innocent people are suffering all kinds of hardships and the number of refugees has increased to more than (1650,611).…

The military junta, SAC-State Administrative Council, in Burma/Myamar seized the state power on February 1st, 2022, from the democratically elected NLD government, while it was strengthening democracy and restoring peace within the state. Many uprisings and internal conflicts occurred in the entire country and SAC still cannot control the state effectively nowadays although they are combating the new emerging forces such as the People Defense Forces (PDFs) and the pre-existing Ethnic Resistance Organizations (EROs) with a variety of strategies. On the other hand, SAC is holding the for-show peace talks while the military troops are continuously oppressing resistance forces on…

Monthly Socio-Economic Analysis for October  Rehmonnya Institute For Civic Engagement (RICE) Briefly  Political Situation  The armed conflicts across the country (Myanmar) are becoming widespread every day after the Burmese military (known as Tatmadaw) seized the power of the country from the elected democratic government in 2021. Due to the heavy armed clashes across the country, there are (1.4) millions of people have been fled their home and become internal displaced people (IDPs). Then, (2401) people have been killed and over (28434) houses have been destroyed and burned down by the member of the military junta according to the data…

On February 1st of 2021, the military (SAC- State Administrative Council) seized the power from the democratically elected government, while Myanmar was still in the process of strengthening democracy and restoring peace within the state. After that many uprisings continuously occurred in entire country. Although SAC is using different strategies in fighting People Defense Forces (PDFs) that emerge throughout the country, and the pre-existing Ethnic Resistance Organization (EROs), they still cannot control the state effectively. On the other hand, SAC is holding peace talks while the military troops are still oppressing resistance forces in the battle fields. This paper is…

Monthly Socio-Economic Analysis for September Rehmonnya Institute For Civic Engagement (RICE) Briefly  Political Situation  The armed conflicts across the country (Myanmar) are becoming widespread every day after the Burmese military (known as Tatmadaw) seized the power of the country from the elected democratic government in 2021. All the sectors have been deteriorating with the country instability due to the political problem, which was solved with extreme violence actions by the military junta.  The military junta usually claims that it is important to restore peace of the country, but on the contrary, the regime rejects five points  consensus…

Monthly Socio-Economic Analysis for July Rehmonnya Institute For Civic Engagement (RICE) Briefly  Political Situation  It may take many decades long for Myanmar (recently known as Burma), to end up the multi- layered conflicts and to be a peaceful country. The armed conflict flames spurred all over the country (Myanmar) and the armed struggle get growth since the 2021 military coup. Even the Burmese military (also known as Tatmadaw) under the name of State Administrative Council (SAC), has been taking power over a year, the country does not seem to get improved and it still is deteriorating. On the…

Due to the military coup in 2021, the armed revolution by the ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) has not ended in Burma, but it is growing rapidly again in combination of other new armed movement. Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, the chairman of the military coup coup has been unable to control the situation of the country into stable and peaceful. So, he plans to end both democracy and ethnic armed rebellion by claiming that this year, 2022, is as ‘the year of peace’, while the fightings are outbreaking in entire country. Then, he is trying to make the situation seem…

Introduction The military council (SAC), that sized power in violent actions, is now claiming it’s best to perform peace dialogue with the ethnic armed organisations (EAOs) in Burma/Myanmar while the state is with full of armed conflicts in various parts of the country. However the results of the peace dialogue did not come out from Nay Pyi Taw after several meetings with 10 groups of EAOs. The brutal military junta again started the execution of four political activists during the rule. since there was no death penalty in the last 40 years. This analysis will show and analyse the…

Monthly Socio-Economic Analysis for July Rehmonnya Institute For Civic Engagement (RICE) Briefly  Political Situation  It may take many decades-long for Myanmar (recently known as Burma), to get out of the multi-layered conflicts. Even though the Burmese military (also known as Tatmadaw) under the name of the State Administrative Council (SAC), has been taking power for over a year, the armed conflict all over Myanmar does not seems getting declined. The speed of revolutionary forces’ fighting against the military junta is still strong.  After the military seized the political power of the country, the revolutionary forces in almost areas, states, and…

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