“People were crossing the border like they were going to a festival,” said Nai Win, who works in the Sangkhlaburi area and recently encountered migrants walking along jungle tracks into Thailand. https://t.co/vsZIil8ZMQ
The new issue — featuring a death penalty debate, the swelling ranks of Myanmar's abandoned babies, the environmental impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and more — is back in print on Thursday, but members can read it online now. Not a member? Sing up here: https://t.co/w9c7BVq3Cohttps://t.co/JPCcHkVUqy
@faljournalism at #nwsrewired fascinating to hear
@swe_sonny on rise of podcasting on human rights at Myanmar's The Frontier, winning an audience away from Facebook + on missing spark of face-to-face with journalists, sources, people generally in Covid-19 times - we hear you !
In this week's edition of Election Insider, I look at what lay behind the collapse of Myanmar’s primary opposition force, the Union Solidarity and Development Party.
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The election has shifted the balance of power between parties in Shan State. But with a hung state assembly, it will be a rare site of horse-trading in a political system otherwise defined by clear winners and losers.
@FrontierMM takes a closer look: https://t.co/Tu05VFfRGn