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'Not a Coup': Myanmar Armed Forces Had 'No Choice But to Take Power', Military Spokesman Says

Myanmar's military has also stated that they will stick to the 2008 constitution, which was adopted following a constitutional referendum held the same year.

Myanmar's armed forces had no choice but to seize power in the country, the spokesman for Myanmar’s military said on Tuesday, insisting it wasn't a coup.

The detention of the civilian government’s leaders was justified, General Zaw Min Tun said, claiming that alleged election fraud in November hasn't been addressed at the behest of the military, General Zaw Min Tun said.

"Our objective is to hold an election and hand power to the winning party," Brigadier General Zaw Min Tun told a press conference.

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Now, those people KNOW how to deal with election fraud!

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