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December 2022

Episode: KPN 27-12-2022

Kaladan Radio December 27, 2022 491 4


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The military council strongly opposes the NDAA, which will help Myanmar’s democracy movement

The Military Council issued a statement, stating that it strongly opposes the US National Defense Act (NDAA), which includes assistance to pro-democracy activists, including the People’s Defense Forces (PDF) on December 27.

The President of the United States signed into law the National Defense Act for fiscal year 2023 on December 23. In that law, the Burmese Act on Myanmar Democracy is included.

A statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Military Council stated that it encouraged violence. The points in the NDAA are interference in Burma’s internal affairs. In addition to encroaching on sovereignty.

It encouraged violence. The points in the NDAA are interference in Burma’s internal affairs. In addition to encroaching on sovereignty. In addition, the United States has objected to funding the Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar (IIMM) and that doing so violates the provisions of the United Nations Charter and the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Military Council

In addition, the United States has objected to funding the Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar (IIMM) and that doing so violates the provisions of the United Nations Charter and the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, according to the statement.

On December 13th, the letter of objection was sent to the Myanmar Embassy,to send a protest letter to the US State Department through the Myanmar Embassy in Washington, USA.

In addition, the US Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; as opposed to contacting the person in charge of Myanmar, the deputy head of the American Embassy in Myanmar, Ms. Deborah C. Lynn was also summoned on December 16 and protested, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Military Council.

On December 16, Duwal Shila, interim president of the National Unity Government – NUG, issued a statement saying that Myanmar’s democratic forces, including the NUG, support and welcome the NDAA law.

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