Civil disobedience movement begins in Myanmar

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Civil disobedience movement begins in Myanmar
Civil disobedience movement begins in Myanmar
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A civil disobedience movement is launched against the military coup in Myanmar, with staff at government hospitals leaving work in protest.

Raids on Aung San Suu Kyi’s political party offices continue.

The member states could not agree on a joint statement at the UN Security Council’s emergency meeting, asking for more time to discuss the joint statement.

The situation in Myanmar was discussed in a video conference between the members of the Security Council in New York yesterday.

According to the news agency, Russia and China have asked for more time to discuss the joint statement.

In Myanmar, on the other hand, doctors have started a civil disobedience movement, and staff at several hospitals have stopped working.

G7 member states have also condemned the military coup and called for recognition of the election results.

Myanmar’s army chief has said the Aung San Suu Kyi government’s departure was inevitable for the country, so he chose this path.

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