Three Main National Causes

Three Main National Causes
   The self-defined mission of the State Law and Order Restoration Council martial law regime and its successor, the State Peace and Development Council. The three causes are "Non-Disintegration of the Union," "Non-Disintegration of National Sovereignty," and "Consolidation of National Sovereignty." The underlying assumption is that military rule in some form is essential for preserving national unity and defending the country's independence from foreign interference. The Three Main National Causes appear on the front pages of practically all governmentapproved publications, often accompanied by sets of four "political," "economic," and "social objectives," and the "People's Desire," for example, to "crush all internal and external destructive elements as the common enemy."

Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar). . 2014.

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