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CandyDollBaby

  1 month ago

How long do you think the Myanmar riot would last?

Given that the current situation in Myanmar is slightly different from the other countries like Indonesia and HK.

It is now between the forced gain of power from the military coup versus the government, which is unheard of, unlike the likes of Indonesia and HK, where the citizens protest against the current government for a better governance.

For countries which are more clear cut, it also took at least a year or even more to clear.

How long do you think this would last for Myanmar, given no intervention is being rendered by any country?
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angiepoh

  1 month ago
Uncertain Reply
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angiepoh

  1 month ago
Uncertain Reply
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hal786

  1 month ago
Don’t know Reply
1 comments

hihello88

  1 month ago
by end of June Reply
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Kuok

  1 month ago
Not too sure Reply
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donovanong

  1 month ago
By March Reply
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Martin062020

  1 month ago
It is going to take a considerable amount of time to resolve this internal issue. There is no sign of any possibility of the military and the government to sit down to talk it out. Sanctions imposed to Myanmar would affect the citizens more than the military. Outsiders are not able to do much to put a stop to this coupe. The military is standing firm and are not in favour to resolve this issue the ethical way. Unless there is willingness to come to a compromise, the riot will likely to continue as that is the only way the citizens can put pressure on the military in the hope that the military will come to a compromise or step down. Very sad situation. Reply
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Kuok

  1 month ago
Dunno Reply
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