The international community, including Britain, has strongly condemned the coup d’état, which seeks the death penalty for pro-democracy activists and other prisoners.
The international community believes that the coup d’état, which is facing a multi-pronged crisis, is preparing to use the death penalty in an effort to bring the international community to a serious conversation with him.
Asean diplomats say they are preparing to use the death penalty as a weapon at a time when pro-democracy uprisings are on the rise despite the brutal killing of innocent civilians by burning down villages and looting. He said initial plans to reach an agreement with the international community to release prisoners after long prison terms were followed by the same tactics used by the previous SLORC SPDC were unsuccessful.
The Asean diplomat, who is close to the Saka generals, said that if the death penalty were actually implemented, it would be a suicide attempt.
The Asean diplomat said the next step was to develop the weapon of death. But Asean diplomats say the initial plans will not turn out as expected and will face more severe pressure. The Asean diplomat, who is close to the Saka generals, said that if the death penalty were actually implemented, it would be a suicide attempt.