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My top priority is for people to understand that they have the power to change things themselves.
Aung San Suu Kyi.
Myanmar has experienced whirlwind reforms in recent years. With that has come heightened anxiety over incendiary and xenophobic remarks enflaming ethnic and religious tensions. In addition, democratic forces look set to marginalise the military’s proxy party, the NSDP, at the elections scheduled for 2015.It is unclear whether former President Than Shwe anticipated the speed of change when he handed over to Thein Sein in 2011. The possibility of a military chage of heart still exists, but in mid 2013 appeared to be receding.
As is often the case, Myanmar’s military – for decades entrenched in power and enjoying its perquisites – regard themselves as the country’s guardians, responsible (under the leadership of Aung San Suu Kyi’s father) for independence and thwarting communism. Subsequently, however, the military had the country to themselves.
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In the space of 10 pages the Profile covers the following:
- Political structure
- Main cities
- Languages spoken
- Industry and manufacturing
- Financial markets
- Banking and insurance
- Dress codes
- Entry requirements
- Health (for visitors)
- Credit cards
- Public holidays
- Working hours
- Social customs and useful tips
- Getting there
- Getting about
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