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JURIST EXCLUSIVE – We present an interview recorded Monday with one of our Myanmar law student correspondents (“Gen Z”), discussing the current situation in Myanmar, the military coup, the protests, internet blackouts, and her hopes for a return to democracy. The interviewer is JURIST staff editor Khushali Mahajan, a law student at Rajiv Gandhi National [...]

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JURIST EXCLUSIVE – Our law student correspondents in Myanmar continue to send reports of the latest developments on the ground, along with their perspectives and analysis of the legal issues presented by the February 1 military coup. These are excerpts from the first extensive report to JURIST received late last night after the Myanmar military’s [...]

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JURIST EXCLUSIVE – JURIST law student correspondents in Myanmar Saturday reported multiple instances of miscreants invading neighborhoods at night after curfew in various Myanmar cities, damaging property, threatening citizens and even setting fires. They say that many of these individuals are prisoners released by the military government on Friday who are being sent in to [...]

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JURIST EXCLUSIVE – Our law student correspondents in Myanmar continue to send reports of the latest developments on the ground, along with their perspectives and analysis of the legal issues presented by the February 1 military coup. This perspective focuses on our correspondent’s reaction to the Friday Special Session of the UN Human Rights Council [...]

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JURIST EXCLUSIVE – Our law student correspondents in Myanmar continue to send reports of the latest developments on the ground, along with their perspectives and analysis of the legal issues presented by the February 1 military coup. This report examines the constitutionality of the military takeover under the 2008 Myanmar Constitution. It has been very [...]

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