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Army’s secret little war

The political unrest is having an unusual impact on the next military reshuffle - Leaders of the anti-government protest are being eulogised in print - PDRC security men, under attack for unruly behaviour, are being brought into line

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The unresolved political tensions are fuelling uncertainty over a host of critical issues, including the military reshuffle. 

This year’s reshuffle is under intense scrutiny, with leaders of all three armed forces and the supreme commander going into mandatory retirement at the same time at the end of September.

Political insiders have been considering how the September shake-up will be effected if the current political unrest drags on until the middle of the year, when the reshuffle lists are considered.

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