Possible Reshuffles in Naypyidaw’s Quarterly Meeting Smiling generals Possible Reshuffles in Naypyidaw’s Quarterly MeetingBy Khun Sam June 19, 2007 Burma’s top generals have been holding a quarterly 網路行銷military meeting in Naypyidaw and have sparked speculation among Burmese military analysts of a possible major reshuffle in the regime.“We heard t 西裝外套his round of the quarterly meeting will probably have significant changes,” Htay Aung, a Burmese military researcher for the Network for Democracy and Developme 宜蘭民宿nt based in exile told The Irrawaddy on Tuesday. The meetings, which began on June 12, include about 80 high-raking military leaders including members of the State 租房子Peace and Development Council, regional commanders, top military brass from the War Office and cabinet members. Aung Kyaw Zaw, a Burmese military analyst based on the China-Burma border 房屋出租, said he expects that among the 13 regional military commanders some four or five will be replaced with new successors. Regional commanders are in a "second tier" following SPDC members. “Some of them will 酒店經紀 go to the cabinet and some to the defense ministry,” he said.Analysts also speculated the junta might appoint a new prime minister to fill the absence of ailing premier Gen Soe Win who reportedly suffers from leukemia and i 房地產s now in Singapore for medical treatment. Last month, state-run newspaper The New Light of Myanmar for the first time described the regime’s secretary 1 Lt-Gen Thein Sein who is in charge of the government-sponsored National Convention a 買屋s “acting premier.” There has been no official announcement of the transfer of positions so far. “I suppose Thein Sein is likely to be prime minister,” Htay Aung speculated. Usually quarterly meetings last for weeks and often produce major reshuffl 術後面膜es in the cabinet and military hierarchy. After the last quarterly meeting in Naypyidaw which took place in September last year, the junta announced changes in the structure of the administrative bodies at the local level.http://www.irrawaddy.org/article.php?art 澎湖民宿_id=7515 .