World Burma: The opposition does not fall to the arms, despite the repression of the Junta
Myanmar's rebel groups voice support for protesters as junta continues crackdowns
Ten of Myanmar's major rebel groups threw their support behind the country's anti-coup movement on Saturday, fanning fears that a broader conflict could erupt in a country plagued for decades by on-and-off fighting between the military and the ethnic armies. According to a local monitoring group, more than 550 people have been killed in the anti-coup unrest, bloodshed that has angered some of Myanmar's 20 or so ethnic groups and their militias, who control large areas of territory mostly in border regions.On Saturday, 10 of these rebel groups met virtually to discuss the situation, condemning the junta's use of live ammunition on protesters.
since the military coup two months ago in Burma, 3,000 people were arrested and more than 700 killed. View on euronews
They brave bloody repression. In Burma, the opposition continues to mobilize to denounce the military coup and request the release of Aung San Suu Kyi. The former prime minister, who has not been seen in public for more than two months, is still held in secret in a residence of the capital.
and the charges against it continues to multiply. The former Nobel Peace Prize has once again been charged for violation of the Natural Disaster Management Act, as confirmed by one of its lawyers, which further explains to having found it rather "in good health "during an appearance by videoconference. Aung San Suu Kyi is the subject of a total of six legal proceedings that could eventually remove it from power.
Burma: rebellious factions "reconsider their ceasefire with the army
© AP the security forces in the canton of Kamayut in Yangon, Monday, March 29, 2021. Since the military coup at least 550 civilians, of which 46 children were killed and more than 2700 protesters were arrested. ulcerated by the bloody repression of the junte in power with regard to civilians, ten of the main rebel factions of Burma will "re-examine" the ceasefire agreement signed from 2015 with the army.
to counter the junta, the opposition works on the street, but also in the shadows. Burmese young people launched a clandestine newspaper, baptized "Molotov", to win the War of Information. Their determination is total as explained by this anonymous editor: "Even if one of us is arrested, others will continue to publish. Even if one of us is killed, others will take over . Molotov will continue to exist until the revolution is successful. "
journalists, bloggers and other opponents are among the 3,000 people have been arrested since the coup. Since early February, the repression would have made more than 700 dead.
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