Supreme Court Military Council sues entire research department

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The Supreme Court of the Union, the Supreme Court of the Union of Myanmar, said that an internal directive not to accept arrest clearances or processes issued by transnational courts to Min Aung Hlaing, the leader of the Military Council, was blurted.

Some CDM judicial officers say the entire exploration department has been sued, according to People Spring.
Supreme Court of the Union; A CDM judge said the exploration staff had been sued by the military council’s Ministry of Justice.

“The print with the letter came out with a tablecloth in the corner. This tablecloth is being sued by the exploration department as a tablecloth,” said a CDM judicial officer in contact with staff from the Union Supreme Court.
He’s being fulfilled under the State Secrets Act, which has led to divisive divisions within the department, according to the bar.

Letters from the International Criminal Court (ICC) and Argentine courts and complainants; Arrest clearances for trip restrictions; Arrest leave or visit
On December 25, the Military Council transferred a letter to the Supreme Court of the Union against accepting express correspondence and other express correspondence, including DHL, which is generally transferred from abroad.

A letter from the Chief Justice of the Union to the lower divisions was transferred to the lower divisions.
The army led by Min Aung Hlaing

Arrest, torture and murder; Genocide; He has been charged in the International Criminal Court with the use of airstrikes to kill civilians.
The Union Government issued a farther internal law directive following the illegal orders of Min Aung Hlaing, the leader of the Terrorist Military Council, who stressed retaliation for genocide.

The bar has also condemned Chief Justice Tun Tun Oo. Judicial staff working on the CDM have nicknamed the Union Chief Justice U Tun Tun Oo as Mami Tun.
A CDM judge has blamed the blurted letter, saying it was blurted by the Union Supreme Court and could have been blurted by the Office of the Chief Justice.

This is likely to be the first time a prosecutor has been charged with oohing classified documents since the former achievement under the military council.
In July, it wasre-issued as a nonpublic letter to the applicable department heads in order to insure the confidentiality of office secrets in connection with the leaks.

The achievementd’état, which blurted secret dispatches to social media and the media for farther detention, was indeed scouted by the public.

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