Arab News (Saudi Arabia): Cosmetic change – Editorial

Arab News (Saudi Arabia): Cosmetic change – Editorial

Yangon : Myanmar | Feb 07, 2011 at 11:50 AM PST
Source: BurmaNet
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But the appointment of Thein Sein looks like ensuring that this first civilian government in the Southeast Asian country in decades will continue to be dominated by the army. A cursory look at this new step taken by the Myanmar authorities illustrates why the naming of Thein Sein climaxes a... FULL ARTICLE AT BurmaNet
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