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Myanmar president's resignation draws mixed reactions

But leader's exit still leaves questions over role of Aung San Suu Kyi and military

YANGON -- Myanmar was plunged into uncertainty on Wednesday with the announcement that the country's president, Htin Kyaw, had resigned after two years in office. A brief notice posted on the president's official Facebook page said simply that he had resigned effective March 21 because he needed to "rest from current duties and responsibilities."

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