Forces: Myanmar and Muslim

forces: The MEC generates significant revenue for the Myanmar military, known as the Tatmadaw, according to The Guardian. The Australian human rights lawyer Chris Sidoti is one of three authors of the UN report, which called for senior members of Myanmar's armed forces to be prosecuted for genocide against the country's Rohingya Muslim community. The Indian conglomerate behind the controversial Carmichael coal project in north Queensland was granted permission in April to develop a container port in Yangon, on land owned by the Myanmar Economic Corporation. The full report, published in 2018, recommended that no business should enter into an economic relationship with Myanmar's security forces or any enterprise they control. Adani says its deal violates no Australian, US, UN or other international sanctions, and rejected suggestions the investment was unethical or would compromise human rights. We will lose any hope of going home' Rohingya live in fear of resettlement Read more Speaking to the Guardian, Sidoti said Through this project, Australian coal will be helping to fund the operations of the Tatmadaw and enriching the generals in Myanmar. ( As reported in the news.

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