US President Joe Biden has it Advertise And the imposition of sanctions on the military leaders who led the coup in Myanmar in early February. Biden said, “We need an immediate return to democracy,” and that “the military must give up the power it won and show respect for the will of the Burmese people, which was expressed in the November 8 elections.” He explained that the issue is of international concern and that the United States will continue to work with other countries “to urge other countries to join us in these efforts.” Biden called for the immediate release of imprisoned activists and political leaders, starting with Aung San Suu Kyi, and said that the assets of the former military and military involved in the coup would be frozen. Finally, it was mentioned that the United States would implement strict export controls.
On Monday, February 1, the military seized power in a coup in Myanmar: it arrested all the main leaders of the majority party, including Aung San Suu Kyi, who was in fact the head of government. The army declared a state of emergency for a year, halting official television broadcasts. The coup was led by the commander of the Burmese Armed Forces, General Min Aung Hlaing, who would later take over as Prime Minister, while former General Mint Soi, who had been one of the two vice presidents since 2016, was appointed interim president.
The coup happened the day the new parliament was due to meet for the first time after last November’s elections, and it is clear that the National League for Democracy (NLD), Aung San Suu Kyi’s party, lost it. For Solidarity and Union Development (USDP), with support from the Army. They’ve been running for days Protests Against the military, despite the curfew and the gathering ban imposed by the Military Council.
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