KMW Global Affairs Bureau
The situation in Myanmar is getting from bad to worse. After the military take over the protests against army rule are growing and calling for the military junta to go back.
Pertinent to mention there, The civilian death toll in the Myanmar military’s crackdown on protesters passed 600 as armed rebel groups in recent times have threatened the junta with retaliation if the bloodshed does not stop.
World powers have ramped up their condemnation of the military’s campaign against the anti-coup movement that is demanding the restoration of the elected government and the release of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
These protests have shown that the common people are no longer afraid of the army junta in Myanmar.
Especially the World pressure is mounting on the Burmese Army Government. US President Joe Biden’s administration announced recently the 2013 Trade and Investment Framework Agreement, which laid out ways to boost business but was not a fully-fledged deal, would remain suspended until democracy is restored.
Today also, Myanmar troops fired at anti-coup protesters on Wednesday, killing at least 13 people and wounding several, media outlets said, as a series of small blasts hit the commercial capital Yangon and a Chinese-owned factory was set on fire.
The military of Mynamar has said civil disobedience is destroying the country.
Mynamar protests are currently undoubtedly a major global development.