ChatRush

All the chats in Myanmar

  1. Chats in Ayeyarwady
  2. Chats in Bago
  3. Chats in Chin
  4. Chats in Kachin
  5. Chats in Kayah
  6. Chats in Kayin
  7. Chats in Magway
  8. Chats in Mandalay
  9. Chats in Mon
  10. Chats in Nay Pyi Taw
  11. Chats in Rakhine
  12. Chats in Rangoon
  13. Chats in Sagain
  14. Chats in Shan
  15. Chats in Tanintharyi
Myanmar

Burma or Myanmar, officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, is a sovereign state of Southeast Asia. It borders India and Bangladesh to the west, Thailand and Laos to the east, China to the north and northeast, and with the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea to the south. It has an area of ​​676 578 km² and a population in 2017 of about 54 million inhabitants. Its capital since 2005 is Naipyidó and its most populous city and former capital, Rangoon. After its independence from the United Kingdom in 1948, the country was governed by a military dictatorship from 1962 to 2011, a period in which only two elections were held.

In 1990 the SPDC military junta lost the election overwhelmingly to the National League for Democracy. In the face of such events, the government ignored the results. As part of a regime of repression, he arrested opposition leaders. After seventeen years, in 2007 the military junta was affected by massive protests led by Buddhist monks, who were brutally repressed. For the 2010 elections, the National League for Democracy was outlawed and could not participate by not expelling political prisoners from its ranks, as requested by the military junta. Since March 2018, the government is led by President Win Myint and Nobel Peace Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi as State Councilor. The country is rich in jade, gems, oil, natural gas and other mineral resources.

In 2013, its GDP stood at US $ 56.7 billion and its GDP at US $ 221.5 billion. The income gap in Burma is among the largest in the world, since a large proportion of the economy is controlled by supporters of the previous military government. As of 2016, Burma classifies 145 of 188 countries in human development, according to the Human Development Index.