Canada Burma: the police shoot at anti-junta demonstrators, two dead and thirty wounded
Burma: tremble generals, the spirits of the beyond are angry!
© Provided by Le Point E n Burma , the spirits of the beyond disapprove of the action of the soldiers who seized power during the coup d'état on February 1st. This is the message that mediums, wizards and other Burmese diviners want to convey, who have joined in large numbers the anti-junta processions in the streets of Rangoon, wearing a traditional mask or a golden crown.
Two demonstrators were killed and thirty wounded on Saturday, February 20 in Mandalay, in the center of the Burma, by fire from the police during an anti-junta rally, the most severe violence.
Several hundred police officers were deployed in the afternoon to a shipyard in the country's second city, raising fears of arrests of workers mobilized against the coup. Protesters banged on pots and pans in an attempt to prevent the arrests, some throwing projectiles at the police who then fired.
"Two people died, including a minor who was shot in the head," rescuers told AFP, saying around 30 were injured. “Half of the victims were targeted by live ammunition,” the others were injured by rubber ammunition and slingshot fire, they said.
Burma: hackers' response to Internet cuts
© Provided by Le Point Burma, hacker, coup d'etat F owing to repression, mobilization is not weakening in Burma . It took another turn at the instigation of a group of hackers posing as the “Burmese Hackers”. Several government sites, managed by the military junta that orchestrated the coup, have been targeted.
Live ammunition has also been confirmed by doctors working in the field, on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals. More than a dozen people were arrested, according to local media.
This escalation in violence comes in the wake of the death of a 20-year-old grocer, Mya Thwate Thwate Khaing, shot and wounded on February 9.Generals deaf to international protests
The junta in power since the coup d'état continues to increase the pressure. Despite this, several thousand protesters, including representatives of many ethnic minorities in traditional dress, again took to the streets of Rangoon, the economic capital, on Saturday.
Protests in Burma: Mya, 20, was shot by an officer
While protesting in the street against the coup by the military junta, the young grocer was shot in the head. She just died in hospital after ten days in a coma. © / AP / SIPA Protests in Burma: Mya, 20, shot by an officer She is the first victim of military repression in Burma. Mya Thwate Thwate Khaing, 20, died on Friday from her injury after being shot in the head during a protest against the putsch.
They demand the return of civilian government, the release of detainees and the abolition of the constitution which is very favorable to the military.
Almost three weeks after the putsch that overthrew the civilian government of Aung San Suu Kyi and put an end to a fragile 10-year democratic transition, the concert of international protests and the announcement of new sanctions do not sway the generals .
New sanctions? , before being restored in the morning.
The crisis remains at the heart of the international agenda. European Union foreign ministers will meet on Monday to discuss possible measures against the military.
On Saturday, the EU’s foreign minister, Josep Borrell, condemned law enforcement violence in Burma and said the EU would "take the appropriate decisions".
Burma: Aung San Suu Kyi still indicted the day after a murderous day .
© Copyright 2021, L'Obs The former Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi, overthrown by a coup on February 1, was indicted on Monday March 1 for two new offenses, announced her team of lawyers. She is now being prosecuted for violating a telecommunications law and for "inciting public unrest", lawyer Nay Tu detailed.