‘Put the country first,’ say key opposition leaders

February 1 marked three years since the military coup. The armed resistance is gaining in strength and has occupied some towns. But what of the political resistance? Are the various groups involved in discussions about a future federal democratic Myanmar ready to lead?

In this special Doh Athan Doh Talk (‘our voice, our talk’) discussion we hear from two political leaders – Civil Disobedience Movement leader Dr Tay Zar San, and senior politician of the Democratic Party for a New Society Daw Hnin Hnin Mwe.

This episode is produced by journalists from Frontier. The podcast is in Burmese language.

Doh Athan is a weekly podcast about human rights issues in Myanmar. It is made by local journalists with media partners from across the country, through a partnership with Fondation Hirondelle and the support of our donors.


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