US Burma-New Arrests, the events continue
Burma. Beijing rejects the idea of sanctions, calls to return to a "democratic transition"
© Thomas Peter / Pool / AFP "If Burma sank in prolonged turbulence, it would be a disaster for this country and the region as a whole ", Also declared the ambassador. Beijing rejects the idea of imposing sanctions to the Burmese soldiers who "would only aggravate the situation" and advocates to "return to a democratic transition in this country".
Burma-Politics / (Photo, TV): Burma-New Arrests, the events continue
April 8 (Reuters) - The security forces in Burma arrested Thursday Paing Takhon, a mannequin And actor who took a position against the military coup of February 1, while opponents at the junta placed shoes filled with flowers in some neighborhoods in Rangoun in tribute to the demonstrators killed.
Wednesday, the Burmese forces opened fire on protesters, killing at least 15 people and dozens of wounded, according to witnesses and the media.
According to the Assistance of Assistance to Political Prisoners (AAPP), nearly 600 civilians have been killed by the security forces since the beginning of the protest movement against the Putsch of February 1st.
Burma: More than 700 civilian deaths in the demonstrations Pro Democracy since the coup d'etat
Despite the implacable repression of the Burmese junta, the events continue © SH / Penta Press / Shutterstock / SIPA during a demonstration at Mandalay, Saturday.
The AAPP specified that 2,847 people were currently in detention.
A junta spokesman could not be attached for a comment.
Stop orders have been issued against hundreds of people and the junta has taken this week at dozens of "influencers", artists and musicians.
Paing Takhon, 24, a mannequin and actor known in Burma and Thailand, is one of the last to have been arrested among the celebrities of the country. He condemned the taking of power by the military and had committed to support Aung San Suu Kyi, the ruling officer reversed by the army.
The most famous comedian of the country, Zarganar, was arrested on Tuesday, according to the media. (Writing of Reuters; French version Camille Raynaud)
Aung San Suu Kyi targeted by new criminal prosecutions in Burma .
© provided by the Parisian The Parisian the former civilian executive in Burma Aung San Suu Kyi, chased from the power on February 1 by the military junta , has been targeted by new criminal prosecution. "It is pursued in six files in total, five in Naypyidaw and one in Rangoun," said his mini mini SOE at the end of a hearing in a Naypyidaw court, the capital, where the former executive appeared in videoconference.