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The Incomplete NDSC And The Steps Of The Military Council – Issue 90

1 February 2023 marks two years since the military coup in Myanmar. Yet, the military regime is still struggling to gain control of all the powers in the country that it seized by force. Although the military has attempted to illegally rule the country in violation of the 2008 Constitution by declaring a state of emergency through the incomplete National Defense and Security Council (NDSC), it has not been successful even after two years. The people’s determination to resist the regime’s actions in various ways has grown even stronger.

This issue of Burma News International (BNI) – Myanmar Peace Monitor (MPM) Weekly News Review takes a look at the steps taken by the military regime after the second anniversary of the coup.

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အင်္ဂါမစုံ ကာ-လုံနှင့် အာဏာသိမ်းစစ်အုပ်စု ခြေလှမ်းများ


Karen National Union (KNU)

Arakan National Council (ANC/AA)

All Burma Students’ Democratic Front (ABSDF)

Chin National Front (CNF/CNA)

Arakan Liberation Party/Army (ALP/ALA)

Democratic Karen Benevolent Army (DKBA)

Kachin Independence Army (KIO/KIA)

Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP/KA)

Kuki National Organization (Burma)

Lahu Democratic Union (LDU)

Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA)

National Democratic Alliance Army-Eastern Shan State (NDAA-ESS)

New Mon State Party (NMSP)

National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang (NSCN-K)

Pa-Oh National Liberation Organization (PNLO)

The Palaung State Liberation Front (PSLF/TNLA)

The Restoration Council of Shan State (RCSS/SSA – South)

Shan State Progress Party/Shan State Army (SSPP/SSA – North)

United League of Arakan/Arakan Army (ULA/AA)