Thailand becomes a stratocracy

A riot police stand on guard during the demonstration. The 2021 coup d'état of Myanmar began on the morning of February 1, 2021, when democratically elected members of the ruling Myanmar party, the National League for Democracy, were ousted by the military of the Tatmadaw Myanmar, which holds power in a stratocracy took over. The Tatmadaw proclaimed a year-long state of emergency and said power had been transferred to Defense Services Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing. It invalidated the November 2020 general election results and declared its intention to hold a new election at the end of the state

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A riot policeman stands on guard during the demonstration. The 2021 Myanmar coup d'état began on the morning of 1 February 2021 when democratically elected members of Myanmar's ruling party, the National League for Democracy, were deposed by the Tatmadaw Myanmar's military which vested power in a stratocracy. The Tatmadaw proclaimed a year-long state of emergency and declared power had been vested in Commander-in-Chief of Defense Services Min Aung Hlaing. It declared the results of the November 2020 general election invalid and stated its intent to hold a new election at the end of the state of emergency. The coup d'état occurred the day before the Parliament of Myanmar was due to swear in the members elected at the 2020 election, thereby preventing this from occurring. President Win Myint and State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi were detained, along with ministers, their deputies and members of Parliament.