BSI released a survey showing that there is no confidence in General Min Aung Hlaing : Myanmar BSI released a survey showing that there is no confidence in General Min Aung Hlaing : Myanmar

BSI released a survey showing that there is no confidence in General Min Aung Hlaing : Myanmar

BSI released a survey showing that there is no confidence in General Min Aung Hlaing : Myanmar

The Blue Shirt Initiative (BSI), a civil research group, conducted a survey on the current political and armed conflict and found that 80 percent trust Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, while 79 percent distrust General Min Aung Hlaing.

NUG's People's Defense Force (PDF) received 73 percent trust, while NUG People's Administration and National Unity Government (NUG) received 65 percent trust.

Trust in the Myanmar Army is only five percent and distrust is up to 75 percent, and the State Planning and Administration Council (SAC) is only five percent trust and distrust is up to 72 percent.

Only 6 percent trust the Union Election Commission and 71 percent distrust.

RFA called General Zaw Min Tun, spokesman for the Military Council, to ask about the lack of trust in the military council's subordinate groups, including General Min Aung Hlaing, but he did not receive an answer.

Nearly two hundred and nine hundred (2892) residents of 233 townships participated in this survey. BSI said that because it was only able to collect in areas with little military conflict, the opinions of those directly affected by the military conflict were not included.

It can be said that the majority of those who responded to the survey were negative about the current situation in Myanmar, and it was found that they had very little trust in each other.

When asked how important it is for Myanmar to become a democratic country, 62 percent of respondents answered that it was very important. However, there is a lack of confidence about Myanmar's future democratic potential, and only nine percent believe that it will become a fully democratic country within the next five years. 41 percent of the survey respondents did not comment on it.

The survey respondents said that the military method is effective in solving the current political and armed conflicts, and the method of international mediation and negotiation between political leaders and military leaders is also effective.

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