As a new parliament convenes, the mood among MPs is far removed from the euphoria of five years ago, but the ruling party says it’s untroubled by electoral fraud allegations from the pro-military opposition.
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As a new parliament convenes, the mood among MPs is far removed from the euphoria of five years ago, but the ruling party says it’s untroubled by electoral fraud allegations from the pro-military opposition.
The care available in Myanmar to treat mental illness is well-established and widespread but heavily focused on psychiatry and is only beginning to catch up with modern standards of treatment.

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