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The Five Points of ASEAN Consensus are Blunt

Monday, May 15, 2023

Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim believes it is time for ASEAN to replace the five points of its consensus in dealing with the crisis in Myanmar.

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Malaysia’s Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim attends the 42nd ASEAN Summit in Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara, May 10. Achmad Ibrahim/Pool via REUTERS . tempo : 172186720353.

MALAYSIA’S Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said it was time for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to change its principle of non-intervention as the group meets a deadlock in overcoming the crisis in Myanmar. The Pakatan Harapan party coalition leader also said that the five points of bloc’s consensus could not solve the problem. 

“If us, ASEAN, are unable to come up with an approach for a resolution of the M


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