Ms Moe Thuzar, ISEAS Fellow, featured on CNBC: “Academic: Don’t expect overnight changes in Myanmar”

With a smooth transition, the new NLD government now has to tackle a long list of priorities amidst high expectations from domestic and external audiences.

The main objective to change the current Constitution and reducing the military’s influence will require more closed-door diplomacy and patience on both sides.

Ms Moe Thuzar, ISEAS Fellow, opined that constitutional changes granting Suu Kyi the right to be Myanmar’s president won’t be immediate.

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The news segment was first broadcasted on CNBC on 31 March 2016.