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UNSC hijacks Myanmar’s Army and releases Aung San Suu Kyi

February 5, 2021


“United Nations Security Council” hijacked the Myanmar Army to release “Aung San Suu Kyi” calling for adherence to democratic principles.

United Nations Security Council (UNSCIssued a statement calling forMyanmar ArmyRelease herAung San Suu Kyi State Counselor of Myanmar Including all detained immediately After a coup last Monday. And calls for adherence to democracy

The 15 member countries of the UNSC issued a joint statement saying that the UNSC stressed the need to uphold the democratic process. Without violence Respect human rights Basic freedom And the rule of law

The statement was made. After the Myanmar army took power While detaining Mrs. Aung San Suu Kyi and other leaders And has declared a nationwide disaster for a year while promising a general election after that.

The Myanmar army cited the reasons for this coup. Caused by corruption in the election last November. As a result, Suu Kyi’s NLD won a landslide victory. While the Election Commission failed to hold elections. Among the anomalies in the voter list

President Biden’s security advisor stated that The United States is considering issuing a special president order (Executive Order), which could include sanctions.

President Biden stated that The United States is working with allies to resolve the issue of a coup in Myanmar. With said In that democracy No force should be used to overcome the will of the people. Or to change the reliable election results

Suu Kyi has not been seen at this time since she was detained in the morning of the coup. The report states that Suu Kyi was charged by police for the importation and possession of a communication device without permission. She will be detained until Feb. 15 for further investigation.

Myanmar police have filed the case with the court to have Suu Kyi in the house detained until the date. After the police found 6 radios in Suu Kyi’s home in Naypyidaw. Stating that these radios were illegally imported and unlicensed.

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