Government of Burma

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Politics and government of
Burma

The government of Burma (also known as Myanmar) is controlled by the military (Tatmadaw) in the form of the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC). A parliamentary government was elected in 1990, but the military prevented it from convening.

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