iðú ßhe,sá fg,súIkalrKh ks¾jpkh l< furg m%:u iy tlu iÔù ßhe,sá fg,súIka ikakduh ‘ysre iagd¾‘ fõÈldfõ ksfõoljrhd fukau ckm%sh k¿fjl= iy .dhlfhl=o jk idrx. Èidfialrf.a WmkaÈkh wo Èkg fh§ ;sfnkjd’
fï fya;=fjka Tyqj mqÿuhg m;alrñka ysre iagd¾ fõÈldj ;=,§ WmkaÈkh ieurejd’
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tu wjia:dj my;ska krUkak
The said Commissioners are authorized and empowered to conduct or cause the conduct of necessary investigations and inquiries and are required to transmit to the President the Final Report or Interim Reports within three months of the date of appointment, setting out the findings of investigations and inquiries, and recommendations, conclusions and imposed punishments relating thereto.
Myanmar’s military has handed power of the country to the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, following the arrests of the country’s civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other senior leaders in early morning raids Monday.
In an address on military-owned television Myawaddy TV, Myanmar’s military said that it had detained key political leaders in response to election fraud and had declared a state of emergency, Reuters reported.