A friend suggested that Myanmar will be back to military dictatorship in 6 months and noted that Su Kyi refuses to acknowledge the persecuted Rohingya crisis.
There are still remnants of the military dictatorship, but there are changes. From nearly 100% to 25% military presence in the Parliament, that is still an improvement.
A good and brief timeline. The military dictatorship was in power from 1962-2015, 53 years. http://interaksyon.com/.../new-dawn-for-myanmar--timeline...
Meanwhile, here's one proof of economic liberalization in Myanmar, coinciding with political liberalization that allowed elections. Myanmar made the biggest reduction in total tax rate among the 10 ASEAN countries, from the PWC "Paying Taxes 2016" report, in just one year. There is momentum in economic and political liberalization in that country.
From my article in BusinessWorld today.
On Myanmar, Letter to Sec. Romulo, October 05, 2007
Migration 24: Rohingya Boat People to SE Asia, May 12, 2015