Myanmar coup cauldron simmers
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India, April 7 -- In his book, Coup d'Etat, Edward Luttwak says that the coup is a more widespread way of changing governments than elections. In Myanmar, it is the coup-maker, the military itself, which has rubbished "rigged elections" pledging to hold fresh elections in its vision of transition to a disciplined democracy - probably rule by military in civilian clothes, somewhat like the Thailand model. The coup is being contested by the youth - Generation Z - who are below 20 years and have grown up under democratic rule since 2011. They are remote-controlled by a leaderless Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM), linked closely to the Committee Representing National Parliament (CRPH) - the government-in-exile of recently-elected NLD lawmake...
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