Myanmar junta leader gives first address to nation since coup


Myanmar’s junta leader on Monday called on the public to prioritize facts and not feelings, and said an election would be held and power handed to the winning party, in a rare national address, as anti-coup protests took place nationwide. Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, in his first address since a coup a week ago, said the junta was different to previous military governments. Suitable ministers were selected, he said, adding foreign policy would remain unchanged and countries would be encouraged to invest in Myanmar. He reiterated there were irregularities in last year’s election that were ignored and said no…

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