|President of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar ပြည်ထောင်စု သမ္မတ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံတော် သမ္မတ|
|State seal of Myanmar|
|Incumbent Myint Swe (Acting) since 1 February 2021|
|Style||His Excellency (formal)|
|Member of||Cabinet National Defence and Security Council|
Who is dictator of Myanmar?
|His Excellency Senior General Than Shwe|
|Preceded by||Saw Maung|
|Succeeded by||Min Aung Hlaing|
|8th Prime Minister of Myanmar|
Who is Myanmar military leader?
Min Aung Hlaing
|Senior General Min Aung Hlaing|
|Years of service||1974–present|
Who is the current president and prime minister of Myanmar?
The prime minister of Myanmar is the de facto head of government of Myanmar. The current prime minister is Min Aung Hlaing, who has ruled the country since seizing power in the February 2021 coup d’état, first as Chairman of the State Administration Council.
What’s the new name for Burma?
The official English name was changed by the country’s government from the “Union of Burma” to the “Union of Myanmar” in 1989, and still later to the “Republic of the Union of Myanmar”. Since then, those name changes have been the subject of controversies and mixed incidences of adoption.
What religions are in Myanmar?
Religion in Myanmar
- Buddhism. As much as 90% of the Burmese population practice Buddhism, making it the main religion in Myanmar. …
- Christianity. Christianity is the second largest religion in Myanmar, making up around 8% of the population. …
- Islam. After Christianity, the third-largest religion in Myanmar is Islam.
How many presidents are there in Myanmar?
Presidents of Burma/Myanmar (1948–present)
|No.||Name (Birth–Death)||Term of office|
|Republic of the Union of Myanmar (2011–present)|
|8||Thein Sein သိန်းစိန် (born 1944)||30 March 2011|
|9||Htin Kyaw ထင်ကျော် (born 1946)||30 March 2016|
How can I help Myanmar?
Here are five ways you can help support those on the ground in Myanmar right now.
- Donate directly to a local organization on the ground in Myanmar.
- Donate to a humanitarian aid organization providing assistance in Myanmar.
- Contact your representatives.
- Support local journalism.
- Educate yourself and others on social media.