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Main Issues in South Asia, Friday, 19 July 2019

Main Issues in South Asia Friday, 19 July 2019   INDIA Evidence of pro-Khalistan activities provided to Pakistan. India handed over to Pakistan a dossier showing proof of pro-Khalistan activities in Pakistan. The 23-page dossier was handed over by the Indian delegation during the Kartarpur Corridor talks at Wagah Border. Khalistan supporters seek to establish a […]
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17 July 2019 APAC Advisory – Cambodia: US lawmakers pass ‘Cambodia Democracy Act’

The United States’ House of Representatives approved a bill that seeks actions against Cambodian officials responsible for undermining democracy and violating human rights in Cambodia. The proposed Cambodia Democracy Act would level financial sanctions on government, military or security officials in Cambodia who have assisted in implementing a crackdown on the opposition, NGOs and the […]
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17 July 2019 APAC Advisory – Myanmar: US bans visits by Myanmar’s military leaders

The United States has banned visits by Myanmar military Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing and three other military leaders over Rohingya “ethnic cleansing” in Rakhine State. The sanctions also covered Deputy Commander-in-Chief Soe Win, Brig. Gen. Than Oo and Brig. Gen. Aung Aung. The Myanmar generals “and their immediate family members are ineligible for entry into […]
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16 July 2019 APAC Advisory – Timor Leste: Violence of banned Martial Arts Groups increasing

There has been an increase in violent clashes between banned Martial Arts Groups (MAGs) in Timor Leste in recent months. On July 4, in Leorema-Liquica, a conflict between long established but prohibited MAGs, PSHT and KORK, resulted in two deaths, three injuries, the burning of 13 houses, the destruction of seven motorbikes, and the evacuation […]
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16 July 2019 APAC Alert – Myanmar: Parliament to proceed with charter change; Rally set in Yangon tomorrow

Supporters of constitutional change in Myanmar are set to stage a huge rally at the Mabandula Park in Yangon tomorrow to welcome the submission of the findings of the Union Parliament’s Constitutional Amendment Committee. The military has rejected the committee’s report but the Union Parliament, which is dominated by the ruling National League for Democracy […]
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16 July 2019 APAC Alert – Hong Kong: New protests on July 17, 21 and 28

Anti-extradition protesters in Hong Kong are planning at least four new protest actions starting tomorrow until the end of this month. Protests will be staged at a hugely popular annual book fair, targeting booths run by mainland Chinese state-owned Sino United Publishing. The fair opens tomorrow, July 17, and city leader Carrie Lam has decided […]
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15 July 2019 APAC Alert – Philippines: Transport groups stage strike today

Two transport groups are set to stage a strike in Metro Manila this morning despite an appeal from the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to call it off. The two groups, PISTON and ACTO, are opposing the jeepney modernization program of the government, which will phase out jeepneys that are 15 years old […]
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19 July 2019 APAC Alert – Hong Kong: Another massive protest set on July 21

The Civil Human Rights Front, the main organizer of massive anti-extradition protests in the past weeks in Hong Kong, is set to lead another huge demonstration on July 21. The demonstration is scheduled to be staged in the afternoon. The protesters will converge in Victoria Park near the bustling shopping district of Causeway before marching […]
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Main Issues in East Asia Pacific, Friday, July 19, 2019

Main Issues in East Asia Pacific Friday, July 19, 2019 INDONESIA PDIP has yet to name nominees for Widodo’s cabinet. The ruling Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP) has yet to nominate cadidates to the next cabinet of President Joko Widodo, PDIP Secretary-General Ahmad Basarah said. All matters related to the cabinet line-up would be discussed […]
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18 July 2019 APAC Advisory – Vietnam: Standoff with China ongoing in South China Sea—think tanks

Vietnamese and Chinese vessels have been in a weeks-long standoff in disputed waters of the South China Sea which fall within Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone, according to two US think-tanks. The Washington-based Center for Advanced Defense Studies said that on July 15, a ship operated by the China Geological Survey completed a 12-day survey of […]
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