Aung San Suu Kyi’s right hand has been caught! After criticizing the coupled the country in the wrong direction
Aung San Suu Kyi’s right hand has been caught!
MilitaryEzyInfo.com | Mr. Vinteng, a key assistant to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the State Counselor of Myanmar. He was arrested on Friday after interviewing Frontier Myanmar that the coup was unwise. And military leaders will lead the country in the wrong direction.
He also commented on the coup with the news agency, “Everyone in the country should come out against as much as possible. Because the soldiers seek to bring the country back to zero by destroying the people’s government. ”
Jai To, the spokesman for Myanmar’s National League for Democracy (NLD), said Vinteng was arrested at his daughter’s home in Yangon. Went to the city of Naypyidaw
Mr. Win Theng, aged 79, was a long time political prisoner. And has been arrested many times in the campaign against the military dictatorship
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has not appeared to the public again after the Myanmar military military coup on Monday.
Association of Political Prisoners This is an organization in Yangon that monitors the arrests of Myanmar politics-related cases. It said 130 government officials and members of Congress have been arrested in the coup.
Mobile and internet operators, meanwhile, have also been ordered to block access to the Facebook website. Causing the people of Myanmar to turn to the website Twitter To campaign against the government Others use a virtual private internet network (VPN) to bypass such blocks to access Facebook normally.
People have spoken out against the coup.
With limited access to Facebook, many Myanmar people are turning to Twitter. Some are even using VPN services to get around Facebook restrictions.
Anti-coup hashtags such as #HearTheVoiceofMyanmar and #RespectOurVotes were trending on Twitter in Myanmar on Friday, with more than 7 million posts.
A movement known as the Civil Disobedience Movement is gaining strength and momentum in cyberspace.
The movement is calling on the public to voice their opposition to the coup and express their anger in a voice that resonates every night.
Refrain from violence
The coup actions have drawn criticism around the world. On Thursday, U.S. President Joe Biden reiterated his call for Myanmar’s generals to lay down their arms.
Earlier, White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said the United States is considering specific sanctions against individuals and military-controlled entities that are strengthening Myanmar’s military.