Rakhine leader urges stakeholders to take advantage this time of the Chief Commander’s position politically and militarily

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NP News - May 16
Chairman of the Arakan Front Party Dr. Aye Maung suggested and urged the stakeholders to coordinate in resolving the 70-years long-rooted country’s problems this time when the Commander-in-Chief is in the decision-making position in the aspect of politically or militarily.

The Chief Commander invited the leaders of ethnic armed forces on April 22 to meet for peace. A total of ten EAOs will be attending the peace dialogue.

“Current political crisis could be leading to disintegration unexpectedly within a very short period,” he said.

“Why the Senior General Min Aung Hlaing has started this movement? We need to consider why some ethnic leaders will be attending whereas others won’t. A solution will be produced from the discussion. Those who won’t attend the talk will have their reasons,” Dr. Aye Maung said.

He advised that Senior General Min Aung Hlaing’s invitation should describe objectives and missions explicitly.

If the considerations taken by both sides (SAC and the EAOs) on current situation in Myanmar are the same, the EAOs should attend the talk, he said.

Dr. Aye Maung continued, “We encourage all stakeholders to pronounce and involve in resolving the internal conflicts and the current crisis. We request all leaders of the ethnic armed forces to coordinate in resolving the country’s deep-seated problem by involving in the peace process invited by the SAC chair. After we fix the problems, we all have to make effort to terminate the bloodshed.”

All three branches of the government are in the hands of the Chief Commander.

“We have both political crisis and armed conflicts. The political gridlock has gradually turned into armed conflicts. In return, we try to approach politically to terminate the armed confrontations. Solutions for both affairs can be compromised with Senior General Min Aung Hlaing. I mean, we can discuss only political affairs with the politicians. The politician cannot decide on the armed conflict. Senior General Min Aung Hlaing is now in the position of both military leader and politician role. We should take advantage of this time for the union,” he said.

It has been more than 70 years since Myanmar is struggling for its internal peace between ethnicities.

Currently, the ruling group ‘State Administration Council’ is trying to achieve an effective peace with the armed ethnic forces, told Dr. Aye Maung.

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