Myanmar coup: PM Lee expresses hope wisdom will prevail after ‘tragic step back’

Myanmar coup: PM Lee expresses hope wisdom will prevail after ‘tragic step back’

2/3/2021 12:09:00 PM

Myanmar coup: PM Lee expresses hope wisdom will prevail after ‘tragic step back’

SINGAPORE — Outsiders have little influence on Myanmar’s “enormous tragic step back”, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has said, expressing his wish for wisdom to prevail in the Southeast Asian nation and for the recently-installed military junta to work out an arrangement with the former civilian government.

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It is imperative for him as world’s renowned leader to not recognize Myanmar military dictators who kill innocent civilians in broad daylight, in neighborhoods and on the street. He must respect Myanmar citizens votes and not the illegitimate military junta.