Myanmar: Asean’s next step?


The annual Asean summit began with the exclusion of Myanmar’s military chief, Min Aung Hlaing, over the lack of progress in the grouping’s peace plan.

Astro Awani’s Sharaad Kuttan and Melisa Idris ask Eric Palsen, the Malaysian representative to the Asean Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights, and Debbie Stothard, founder of the Alternative Asean Network on Burma, on moves to restore democracy.

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