The highly themed democracy protests in Myanmar continue. This time protesters have staged a symbolic “bloody” or red paint protests. This information is published by The Canberra Times. Here is an excerpt:
Opponents of military rule in Myanmar have splashed the colour red on roads, signs and T-shirts on the second day of the traditional new year holiday, in the latest phase of their campaign to restore democracy.
Activists called for what they dubbed a bloody paint strike and people responded with red smeared on roads, signs outside government offices and clothing, according to pictures posted on social media.
Some people marched with signs calling for the release of the leader of the ousted government, Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.
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