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The Myanmar Gwangju Solidarity, which supports Myanmar’s pro-democracy movement, said on the 2nd, “We condemn the military commander of Myanmar, Min Aung Hlaing, who initiated a coup d’état and launched a transitional government and took office as prime minister.”
The group issued a statement on the same day, saying, “He ruthlessly suppressed the citizens who resisted the coup, massacred more than 1,000 and detained and arrested 6,000.” What we launched was to commit an unacceptable crime.”
“The Myanmar military must stop oppressing citizens even now and immediately release those detained or arrested,” he said. urged.
“The international community, including the United Nations, should also dispatch an international investigation team to investigate the bloodshed and the killings,” he said.
Earlier, after the last coup d’etat, the Myanmar military announced the emergency rule for one year and then officially announced it would be extended to two years and six months.
The military declared itself an interim government and announced that Commander Hlaing had assumed the role of prime minister.
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