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The Burmese news that has been airing all over the country is that the government is stepping up their game in terms of their control of the media. In a recent interview with the Burmese newspaper Daily Monitor, the Minister of Information and Communication, Dr. Aung Kyaw Htut, said that the Burmese government will take over control of the media.

The government is also on the verge of breaking up the Burmese state-run newspaper, which has been run by the government. So they are also taking over the news business by the government.

Of course, this is just one of many steps that the Burmese government is taking to try and control the media. But it’s definitely a step in the right direction. In fact, we’ve seen the same thing happen in Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The government is now starting to take over the media, and now we’ll see if it’s a good thing.

The problem with the Burmese government is it does not really have any power. With the exceptions of the army and the police, the media is a government instrument, one that is controlled by the political parties that are in power. And these political parties are pretty much the same ones that we have seen run up all kinds of corruption charges. So now the Burmese government is taking over the news business by the government.

The Burmese government is now in charge of the news, not the Burmese media. And it doesn’t appear it will be happy about that.

Now the Burmese government is taking control of the Burmese media, and not just the news. The government is actually the controlling entity here, and the news and the media are controlled by its people. In the last couple of years Burmese media has been getting so bad that even the government is worried and is trying to do something about it.

The government has been trying to make it more difficult for the Burmese government to control the news, so that they can keep the government from having to do anything it wants. It’s not a great idea, but it’s good to see they have a government that can do what they want. It is a pretty cool idea.

The main problem for Burmese journalists is that it often takes quite a bit of time to get news published. We don’t know where the money went from, or how much it went from, but in the last couple of years we’ve got a lot of news which just get published, not directly to the Burmese media. Now the whole government is being forced to make up stories on the issues that are so important and so important to the Burmese people.

The government has promised to give Burmese press freedom a push this year by making it harder to publish government-run news. So far, theyve done a good job. This isnt the first time weve had problems with the government. In 2006, the president was put under house arrest for 5 1/2 years, and there was a lot of outcry from the Burmese public.

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