Kuala Lumpur ● Sat, June 25 2022
ASEAN must increase pressure on Myanmar’s junta or there will be more death and suffering, a United Nations expert warned on Thursday, after a long period of stalled diplomacy.
Myanmar has been in turmoil and its economy paralyzed since the February 2021 coup that ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who was transferred from house arrest to solitary confinement in prison this week.
Efforts by the 10-member ASEAN to bring peace to the country — which is a member of the bloc — have stalled as fighting continues to rage.
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