Min Aung-lai, commander-in-chief of the Myanmar National Defense Forces: Elections will be held and power will be handed over to the winner.
Reuters quoted Myanmar State Television as saying that on the evening of February 8 local time, Min Aung Lai, the commander-in-chief of the Myanmar National Defence Force, delivered a televised speech.
According to the report, this is the first time that Min Aung Lai has addressed the whole country since Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was detained.
According to the report, Min Onlai said in his speech that the election would be re-held and power would be handed over to the winner.
He said that free and fair elections are important in democracy, and no one can be above the law.
He also said that a government composed of suitable ministers has been formed.
Min’onley also said that foreign policy will not change.
It will communicate with countries, invite countries to invest, and will work to create jobs and reopen factories.
Reuters said that Min Aung Lai did not mention Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in his speech.
Demonstrations and protests have recently broken out across Myanmar, including the release of the detained senior state senior government, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
According to previous media reports, Myanmar President Wen Min, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and some senior officials of the National League for Democracy (NLD) were detained by the military in the early morning of February 1.
The Myanmar military then declared a one-year state of emergency, and state power was transferred to Min Aung Lai, the commander-in-chief of the National Defense Force.
Myanmar held federal parliamentary elections last November, and the NLD won more than half of the seats in the federal parliament.
Recently, the Myanmar military and the NLD have been divided over the results of the general election.
The military believed that there was fraud in the general election, asked the Electoral Commission to investigate and postponed the convening of a new federal parliament, but it was rejected.