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Public gatherings, martial law, special permit, coup, chief judge

The administration of justice is directed by local Law and Order Restoration Councils (LORCs). A chief judge, a five-member supreme court, and an attorney general were appointed by the SLORC after it came to power. The martial law and curfew imposed since the 1988 coup have been lifted in most of the country. Public gatherings of five or more people remain illegal without a special permit.



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