Protests have continued in Myanmar against military rule. The latest demonstration was staged on Thursday when 400 pro-democracy activists took to the streets to hold a flash mob protest against the junta that has been in power since February 2021. This information is from Reuters. Here is an excerpt from the article:
The army took power after the former electoral commission rejected its accusations of fraud in a November election swept by Suu Kyi’s party.
Around 400 pro-democracy supporters took to the streets of downtown Yangon on Thursday to stage one of the biggest recent demonstrations against military rule in Myanmar’s commercial hub and largest city.
“We gathered at the protest today in order to show that we won’t allow them to rule us,” Zayar Lwin, an activist and former political prisoner who attended the rally, told Reuters.
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