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Myanmar News – According to information received by the World News superfast, 10 years ago, the military regime returned to Myanmar after adopting the democracy system. The army took custody of the country’s state counselor Aung San Suu Kyi, President You Win Mint, along with several senior leaders and officers in the early hours of Monday. After this, the army TV channel said that the military has taken control of the country for a year.
Spokesman Mayo Neunt of the National League for Democracy (NLD), the ruling party in the country, confirmed this to news agency Xinhua
According to information received by World News superfast, he said that I have received reports that the State Counselor and President have been taken into custody by the Army. As far as I know, the planning and finance minister of Shan Province, U So Neunt Lwin, NLD chairman Thanga Tae of Kaya province and some NLD representatives from the Iyerwadi region parliament have been detained. Newant also said that 2 members of the party’s Central Executive Committee are also in custody. Our members have told that I am also ready to be taken into custody. My turn will come soon.
The country remained under military rule until 2011
According to information received by the World News superfast, this action of the army is showing signs of tension in the government and the military coup. Myanmar remained under military rule until 2011. Aung San Suu Kyi fought for years to bring democracy to the country. During this time he had to be under house arrest for a long time.
Phone and internet shut down in the capital
According to media reports, telephone and Internet services have been suspended in the country’s capital Nepitaw. According to information received by the World News superfast, the recently elected Lower House of Parliament was called on Monday, but the army announced to postpone it. Elections were held in Myanmar on 8 November. These elections were held for the second time in the country after the end of military rule. According to Spootnik, the Myanmar army feared a coup in January, accusing it of fraud.