World new sanctions against Myanmars Junta
Myanmar's junta brands rival government a terrorist group
Myanmar's junta brands rival government a terrorist groupMyanmar's army has struggled to impose order since seizing power on Feb. 1 and detaining elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Almost four months, the parish of the army in Myanmar is now here. The USA and Great Britain impose further penalty measures and encourage other countries to do it the same.
The USA has occupied 16 high-ranking governors inand their family members with sanctions. Washington accuses you to support the "violent and fatal attacks" against the opposition in the Southeast Asian country. The list of sanctioned are under other members of the State Administrative Council and the minister of the new government and the head of the Central Bank used by the military.
Myanmar's 'Burmese Python' defends MMA fighter arrested by junta
Myanmar's mixed martial arts star Aung La N Sang -- known as the "Burmese Python" -- has spoken out in support of a fellow fighter injured in a bomb blast in their coup-hit homeland. But Aung La N Sang, Myanmar's most famous athlete, known for his powerful chokehold that earned him the nickname "the Burmese Python", has defended Phoe Thaw on Instagram. "As long as I've known him, he's a gentleman and good-hearted human being... please try not to spread fake news and hate," said the former ONE Championship middleweight and light heavyweight champion, who is currently based in the US.
US Secretary of Foreign Minister Antony Blinking emphasized, the United States, the responsible persons for the coup continuing to account for political and financial pressure on the military regime, as long as the violence content. Blinking other states encouraged to adopt additional penalty measures against military leadership in Myanmar.
The USA has already had stringen export restrictions for the country since the overturnation and sanctions against various members of the new leadership apparatus and adult children of the leader of the military Junta imposed. Two holding companies of the military and a state jewel company were also occupied by sanctions.
Aung San Suu Kyi to appear in court May 24, lawyer says
A judge on Monday ordered Myanmar's deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi to appear in person in court for the first time on May 24, her lawyer said, after weeks of delays in her case. During the latest hearing Monday, a judge ordered for her cases to be heard with her present in a special courtroom near her residence. "She will appear in person in court on May 24," lawyer Khin Maung Zaw told AFP.However, he cautioned that the outstanding issue of not being able to meet privately with her still remains.
Video: Armed conflict between Israel and Hamas continues unabated (AFP)gemstone company MGE in the Focus
Britain imposed penalty measures against the state gemstone company MGE to interrupt further financial flows of the military junta. The junta destroy the democracy and grate "the own people continued with brutal cruelty," founded Foreign Minister Dominic Raab the step of his government. Due to the sanctions against MGE, the military is deprived of an important source of financial source.
MGE monitors Myanmar's billionless gemstone business. Since the military coup, the company is under the control of the generals. The Southeast Asian country is one of the world's largest producers of Rubins and Jade.
This Tuesday, the United Nations General Assembly wants to vote for a draft resolution, which provides for immediate suspension of the delivery and sale of weapons, ammunition and other equipment to Myanmar. Resolutions of the UN General Assembly are not legally binding, but have political weight.
The army in Myanmar had torn power on February 1 and discontinued the de facto head of government Aung San Suu Kyi. Since then, nearly 800 people were killed in protests against military rulers.
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Myanmar junta threatens to dissolve Suu Kyi's party over election fraud .
Myanmar's junta has threatened to dissolve the political party of ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi over alleged voter fraud in the 2020 election, an official said. Union Election Commission chair Thein Soe said Friday the investigation into November's election result was almost complete. "What shall we do with the (National League for Democracy) party that (acted) illegally. Should we dissolve the party or charge those who committed this (illegal activity) as traitors of the nation? We will analyse and consider taking this action," he said, in a video posted on a local media outlet's Facebook account.