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  1. The grocery store and Myanmar are different in that there is a legitimate owner in Myanmar, the democratically elected leader. Whether she should be overthrown for poor behavior isn’t up to the military as they shared in the bad behavior. It should be up to the people that elected her. As far as the grocery store, the police (military) would have a role but much like Myanmar the people at the store should talk to the 2 and decide who gets it.

  2. In the end the people should decide both with the grocery store and Myanmar. The people are most directly related and saw and know what is happening. The grocery store, I think the people would be reasonable and maybe they can split it. Same with Myanmar, the people will look at and say we elected her and she should be the leader but there is a way for the military to share or be a big influence. Let the people decide.

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