What is Bokep Jepang’s plan to stop the violence in Myanmar?
Bokepa Jepangs new plan to bring down the country’s violent mobs is simple: Put down the riots.
This is what he told the country on his visit to Myanmar’s capital, Naypyitaw, on Monday.
Jepants first big move was to stop rioting in the capital, he said.
“The first thing we did was to call the government and say, ‘We are ready to deal with the rioters,'” Jepars said.
He said the government agreed to take action, and that was the beginning of the plan.
He explained that the government was prepared to give the police a chance to do its job, as it did with the other violent mobs in the past, before calling the military to help put down the violence.
Japans military operation began in May and is still ongoing.
But the military is still a step behind the government, he continued.
“I think the government has a lot of problems with the military,” he said, “but that’s not what I am saying.
I am telling you, it has been a very slow process.
We have to move fast.”
His plan to put down rioting is not going to work.
The violence has been so bad, the government is trying to avoid getting involved in it.
But as the rioting has become more severe, it is not the right time for the military, he explained.
So, the military will have to get involved, Jepans spokesman said.
The military is currently engaged in the fight against terrorism and fighting for democracy.
And the military has been working to eradicate the riots and solve the problems.
Japs plan is not to help the military get involved in solving the problem, he added.
“We are just trying to help, because there is not a lot we can do,” he explained, noting that the military and police are not the only people who are responsible for the riot problem.
“Our police officers are also responsible,” he added, “because they are involved in the riots, and so are the soldiers.”
The first step in Jepams plan is to put the military under control.
But this is not an easy task.
The soldiers are still loyal to the military.
They have the guns and they are not going anywhere, Jap’s spokesman said, noting the military still controls most of the cities in the country.
But if the military goes into the streets and tries to overthrow the government it would be a major blow to the country, Japs spokesman said in an interview with Al Jazeera.
“The military is the military of the government.
The government is the government of the people, and we have to help them,” Jepons spokesman said when asked about the government’s plans to put its military under the control of the military as a part of the nationwide crackdown.
“It is not enough for the government to take control of a police station and send them in with their weapons to the streets, but to also get rid of the rioter.”
There are other factors that need to be addressed, he also said.
“If the military were to come to power, they would be faced with a choice between the police or the people.
The people are the ones who are in control of them.
They are the people who have been able to take power for so long.
So if the army is to be in charge, it would have to be with the people’s help.
It would have no choice but to go in the streets.”
But that is not what Jap is saying.
“What the government should do is call the army, because that’s what we have been doing, and the military would have a tough time,” he told Al Jazeera, explaining that he does not believe the military should be in the running for the position of military chief.
“In my opinion, the police are the most trustworthy people,” he concluded.
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