Myanmar’s New Rohingya Panel Disappoints Nationalists And Rights Groups

Myanmar’s new commission of inquiry to probe reported atrocities in Rakhine state drew criticism Tuesday from groups inside the country who deny abuses took place, while rights experts said they feared the panel would be another effort to evade accountability over alleged ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims.The office of President Win Myint on Monday unveiled a four-person commission it called "part of its national initiative to address reconciliation, peace, stability and development in Rakhine.""The Independent Commission will investigate the allegations of human rights violations and related issues, following the terrorist attacks by ARSA," he said, referring to the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, a Rohingya militant group.

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