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|Burmese disobedient - the doctor put off work Protest the army seized power
Villagers in Rangoon knocked cauldron and squeezed motor vehicles to protest the military seizure of power. While medical workers in many cities plan to strike.
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The BBC news agency reported that after the Myanmar military coup seized power from Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's government. Including controlling her This included former President Uwin Mint and several key leaders of the National League for Democracy (NLD) on Monday. Most situations are calm. With soldiers patrolling the big city The night curfew was enforced. While the communication system was cut off during the coup Returned to work on Tuesday morning, Feb. 2, 2021.
But on the same night Klaxx And the sound of knocking pots or pans on the streets of Yangon This could be a sign of protest against the coup d'état. While youth and students Came out calling for civil disobedience Their Facebook page has more than 100,000 likes, and many doctors working in public hospitals say they will be out of work starting Wednesday. To call on the army to release Mrs. San Suu Kyi Some medical workers protested in silence by symbolizing black ribbons.
Some doctors have even decided to leave in protest of the coup, for example, Dr. Tu Aung, an anesthesiologist at Monywa Hospital in Sakai District, told the BBC in Myanmar. He resigned because he was unable to work under a military dictatorship who had no interest in the country and its people. This was the best response he could show.
While Dr. Myo Tet Ou, another doctor who participated in the rebellion Told Reuters News Agency, “We cannot accept dictatorship. And a government that is not elected They can arrest us anytime. So we decided to face it. We all decided not to go to the hospital. "
After arresting Suu Kyi and many prominent leaders of the NLD party On Monday morning, Feb. 1, the Myanmar military issued a statement clarifying the reasons, claiming that fraud was found on the voter roster. And the government rejected their request to postpone the opening of the meeting. So it seized power and declared a state of emergency under section 417-418 for one year. The army also detained more than 100 council members at a guesthouse in Nay Pyi Taw. But most recently, they were allowed to leave. Except for Suu Kyi and Mr U Win Mint, who now does not know where.