working to dismantle the myanmar military cartel
Making way for a just, peaceful, and federal democratic Myanmar
We are a covert group of activists using research, data visualisation, and reporting to expose and dismantle the business networks that fuel brutality, corruption and mass-scale suffering.
Japan financed railway projects in Myanmar are proceeding with the illegal junta, an investigation has revealed. The projects have continued despite the military’s illegal control over Myanma Railways and use of trains to move troops, arms and other supplies, showing serious human rights due diligence failures by Japan and the corporations involved.
116 Myanmar and Singapore companies with 255 directors and shareholders have brokered arms and equipment for the Myanmar military, in some cases since its illegal coup attempt.
Indian company Sandeep Metalcraft is supplying fuzes to the Myanmar military, through the Myanmar arms broker, Creative Exploration Ltd.
Over almost four years, Mytel has given hundreds of thousands of free SIM cards to active members of the Myanmar military, members of the NLD-led government and civil servants, who have been exposed to military surveillance.
Through ongoing defence and military cooperation, it is likely that ASEAN is aiding and abetting the Myanmar military’s atrocity crimes.
Kamaz has held talks with the terrorist junta to manufacture trucks in Myanmar, which would provide the junta with arms and funds.
The Star Sapphire Group of Companies play a key role in enabling the illegal Myanmar military junta's atrocity crimes, and have acquired wealth through corruption and illicit business dealings.
Justice For Myanmar has documented 19 Russian companies for sanctions, which have supplied arms and dual use goods to the Myanmar military since 2018.
Miya Win International Limited, an arms broker for the Myanmar military, has imported parts and a full-scale training model for Camcopter S-100 UAVs following the illegal coup attempt.
Justice For Myanmar reviews international sanctions since the attempted coup. Further action is urgently needed.
A major Myanmar military arms trader, Dynasty International, has procured equipment for the Myanmar military after its illegal attempted coup.
Governments and companies in South East Asia that have provided support for Myanmar’s military are revealed in a new section of Justice For Myanmar’s Cartel Finance Map.
Japan has continued railway improvement projects following the Myanmar military’s illegal coup attempt, a Justice For Myanmar investigation based on public sources and leaked documents has revealed.
The construction of a multi-use complex in the colonial era Burma Railway Company in downtown Yangon is resuming after being suspended following the February 2021 coup, according to a source close to one of the companies involved.
The Tokyo-based ASEAN-Japan Centre on Trade, Investment and Tourism provided a grant to the Myanmar junta’s investment and foreign economic relations ministry for a capacity-building programme on reforms required to implement international investment agreements according to Justice for Myanmar, quoting leaked documents and public sources.
Who is funding and delivering arms to the military junta in Myanmar is emerging as a hot-button issue within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
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