Struggles against regime change are intensifying in Myanmar. “We will continue until we get democracy”

On February 1, more than a thousand people protested in Myanmar’s economic capital, Yangon, against the military coup that ousted the civilian government led by Aung San Suu Kyi, French Press reported.

Ongoing demonstration near Yangon University, special police forces were deployed at a large scale, AcerPress.

“We will continue to march until we get democracy. Get down with dictatorship!” Said Mio Vin, an opponent.

In the early hours of the morning, about 100 people gathered in the southeastern port city of Maulamine, and students and doctors gathered in the central city of Mandalay, Reuters reported.

On Saturday, several thousand people protested in Yangon, the largest demonstration in Myanmar since Monday’s regime change.

The audit continues on Sunday and the country faces major cyber disruptions.

Access to Facebook, the main means of communication for millions of Burmese, Twitter and Instagram, is still blocked.

Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s former real leader, who was ousted from power on Monday following the plot, is “under house arrest” in the capital, Naypyidaw, and is “in good health,” a spokesman said. His party’s word, the National League for Democracy, was quoted by AFP.

Author: A.C.

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