Myanmar, the world’s most populous country, is in a state of emergency.
That means the government has no authority over the vast majority of its citizens.
Its security forces have been accused of killing tens of thousands of people since the military seized power in a coup in 2011.
A new constitution is needed, but that’s a long way off.
And it’s unlikely to be ready before the end of next year, when the government is expected to run out of funds.
So it’s in limbo.
It’s not clear what the new constitution will be.
The interim government’s chief negotiator, Yutse Kachin, is currently in China, where he is trying to secure a new constitution for the country that will include provisions that would allow the country to maintain its independence from China.
The current one only covers the eastern half of the country, which includes the capital, Yangon, and parts of the southern coast.
Kachins hopes to secure it this year.
But the Chinese government has said it won’t let the country remain a part of China unless it agrees to an independent constitution.
“If you look at the Chinese position, the Chinese want to have an independent Myanmar and if you look to China, you know that the Chinese have always said, ‘We are not going to accept the Chinese idea that the country can remain independent from China,'” said Michael Gordon, an Asia expert at the Brookings Institution, who spoke to CNN.
China is Myanmar’s biggest trading partner.
Its economy is estimated to be worth $8 billion, with more than 80 percent of the economy in trade with China.
Its population is around 160 million.
But its leaders, especially Prime Minister Aung San Suu Kyi, have been criticized for not following through on promises to change the countrys economic and political system.
In January, the country’s new government said it would introduce a bill to create a “National Constitution for Myanmar,” but it hasn’t yet released details of how it will do that.
The government has also rejected proposals for a new law that would give the country independence from the United Nations.
Myanmar’s President Thein Sein, a Nobel Peace Prize winner who was elected in 2014, has been criticized by the United States for his handling of the situation in the country.
His government says it is ready to negotiate with China and other parties, but has not yet made any commitments.
But it’s unclear whether that will happen.
In May, Myanmar said it was ready to discuss the constitution with China, which is Burma’s largest trading partner, and said it wants to work with the new government.
That prompted U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to criticize the Myanmar government, saying the country is a “disaster waiting to happen.”
China has been supporting the Burmese government, though it doesn’t have an official role in the government.
But analysts say that’s unlikely for two reasons: The United States has been trying to stop the country from leaving the group of countries that make up the Asia-Pacific region, and China has a lot of economic interests in the region.
Myanmar is one of the poorest countries in the world.
It has been in turmoil for more than 30 years, with a military coup that ousted the elected government and then a military takeover that has left more than 100,000 people dead.
The U.N. estimates that more than 6 million people are displaced.
The country’s economy is one-third dependent on the Chinese market.
Its people are a mix of ethnic groups and some Rohingya Muslims, who are considered stateless.
They are mostly Muslim and mostly Christian, and have long lived under ethnic violence.
China has also been a major supplier of arms to Myanmar, helping the country fight the military.
But China has long accused the military of atrocities and crimes against humanity.
“China is one [of the] major sources of weapons, and we have an obligation to do whatever we can to prevent them from supplying these weapons to Myanmar,” Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker said during a visit to Myanmar last year.
The United Nations has been asking China to make some concessions.
It is not clear whether the country will.
The Burmaysi government has repeatedly rejected the U.
Ns demands for an independent government.
The military has accused the government of conspiring with foreign powers to overthrow the government, but the U,N.
is not calling for the government to step down.
Instead, it’s asking for a process that would make the government accountable to the people and allow it to change its policies.
The new government is also expected to be able to negotiate on a new security treaty with China to allow the Chinese military to operate there.
The treaty would allow Chinese forces to conduct joint military exercises and training, and allow the two sides to send troops to the border to prevent any clashes.
But that’s the extent of the U.,N.
demands, according to China.
“The new Myanmar government has been working with the international community to put forward some positive changes and new initiatives