DKN World News, Tuesday, February 2, would like to send you the following information:
A series of Myanmar ministers have been removed from their posts. Myanmar’s military television announced on Monday the decision to remove 24 ministers and deputy ministers from Aung San Suu Kyi’s government, and announced a list of 11 people who have been appointed. Earlier in the morning of the same day, the Burmese military arrested State Councilor Aung San Suu Kyi, President Win Myint and senior officials of the ruling National Coalition for Democracy (NLD) party, with the strength of these politicians in electoral fraud [Reuters].
The congressman urged Taiwan to move towards independence. Taiwanese lawmakers supporting the independent island nation continued to push for changes to the national emblem and flag, as well as constitutional amendments to remove references to unification with mainland China. At a Taiwanese legislature meeting on Monday, members of the ruling Dan Tien party urged the government to promote the change, saying it would be necessary if Taiwan Loan is to become a “normal country”. However, the opposition rejected the proposal and viewed it as a provocation [SCMP].