Myanmar Military Urges Go-Slow on Constitutional Changes That Would Dilute Its Power

The deputy commander-in-chief of the Myanmar military on Wednesday said the country’s constitutional reform efforts should be in line with existing law, and warned that any effort to change the constitution, written by the military to guarantee its political dominance, through popular power rather than legal means would disrupt Myanmar's stability. Vice Senior General Soe Win, who is also the commander-in-chief of the Myanmar Army, made the comments about the newly formed constitutional reform committee spearheaded by the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) government at a ceremony marking the country's 74th Armed Forces Day in the capital Naypyidaw..................

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