December 2004
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Burma;Dec2004, p6
Country Report
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Provides information on political conditions in Burma as of December 2004. Ruling junta which maintains strict authoritarian rule over the people of Burma; Existence of systematic human rights abuse in the country by the ruling junta; Principal government officials.


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