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خونتای نظامی میانمار اپوزیسیون را گروه تروریستی اعلام کرد

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تلویزیون دولتی میانمار اعلام کرد که حکومت نظامی، “دولت اتحاد ملی” و گروهی که پارلمان را نمایندگی می‌کند (CRPH) را “گروه‌های تروریستی” می‌داند.

بر اساس این گزارش، “نیروی دفاع مردمی” که خبر تشکیل آن روز چهارشنبه ۵ مه (۱۵ اردیبهشت) اعلام شد نیز به عنوان یک گروه تروریستی ارزیابی می‌شود.

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