- Do we need new political parties or new politicians for the people to consider in the next election? Will the old politicians or political parties bring about national reforms and comply with the national strategy?
- Does the NCPO have the right to support a political party?
- Do people foresee a better future because of the government's work over the past three years?
- Is it appropriate to compare the current government with previously elected governments?
- Did previous governments show efficiency and good governance, or contribute to long-term development?
- Why have political parties and politicians come out to discredit the government on an unusually large scale during this period?
Monday review: public responds to junta’s proposal to form political party
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