A split in the Tatmadaw has been unlikely since its founding in 1962, but a steady increase in defections and desertions since the coup amid plunging morale has some questioning whether unity can be maintained within the nation’s most powerful institution.
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A split in the Tatmadaw has been unlikely since its founding in 1962, but a steady increase in defections and desertions since the coup amid plunging morale has some questioning whether unity can be maintained within the nation’s most powerful institution.

မြန်မာနိုင်ငံ ဒီမိုကရေစီကြိုးပမ်းမှုကို ထောက်ခံသည့်အတွက် ထောင်ဒဏ်ကျခံခဲ့ရသော အမျိုးသမီးများသည် သူတို့ခံစားရသည်ထက်ပို၍ အသိအမှတ် ပြုခံထိုက်ရှိသူများဖြစ်သည်။

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