Burma: "We must obtain elections monitored by international observers"
Burmese protesters raising three fingers in rebellion against the February 1 coup, in Yangon on July 29, 2021. © AFP
By: Florent Guignard
Six months after overthrowing the government of Aung San Suu Kyi, the head of the military junta spoke on television on Sunday to commit to holding elections within two years, before August 2023. He also promises to cooperate with the special envoy of ASEAN to be appointed Monday by the countries of Southeast Asia.
Analysis of the situation with Jean-Michel Lacombe, teacher at Sciences-Po Paris and former French Ambassador to Burma.
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