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Myanmar coup leader urges protesters to ’join hands with military for democracy’

Myanmar coup leader urges protesters to ’join hands with military for democracy’

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, the head of Myanmar’s military, urged the people of his country to join hands with the military for democracy. Addressing the nation on Union Day holiday through a media message, Hlaing said: ’I would seriously urge the entire nation to join hands with the Tatmadaw (military) for the successful realization of democracy.’ The regime also free thousands of prisoners.

Tom A
Tom A
Reiwa2020
Reiwa2020 2 months

This statement just clarifies how deluded the tatmandaw really are. I lived in this country for a year, a beautiful place, but everyone was fearful of the military even before the coup. now people are being kidnapped from their homes in the middle of the night, just like during the junta. General Hlaing doesn't want democracy, he wants power and seeks it through any means. He's a mad king, and the people are in the right for standing up to him.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 2 months

'Unity' and 'democracy'. Two words that took totally new meanings in 2021.

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