Myanmar marks 100 days since coup, as junta maintains pretence of control – South China Morning Post

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After Myanmar’s military seized power by ousting the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, they couldn’t even make the trains run on time: state railway workers were among the earliest organised opponents of the February takeover, and they went on strike.Health workers who founded the civil disobedience movement against military rule stopped staffing government medical facilities. Many civil servants were no-shows at work, along with employees of government and private banks. Universities…Read More

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