TE24 International Desk:
Myanmar’s junta may not be able to overcome fundamentalists who are fighting its standards, and a majority rule should be re-established after taking office last year, a senior US negotiator has said.
State Department advocate Derek Cholett said, “It’s hard to see how they can win rationally today.” “They are losing territory. Their military is doing serious damage.”
Addressing Reuters and one more writer in Bangkok on Friday, Chollet said the tactical government is becoming disengaged universally as well as at home and ought to end the battle and return to a vote based system.
The junta ousted the chosen legislature of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi in February 2021 and has since shown no mercy and mass captures to stifle exhibitions.