Aung San Suu Kyi News
Suu Kyi's party won the 2020 general election in a landslide victory In separate proceedings, Suu Kyi is being tried on the charge of violating the Official Secrets Act The Election Commission has also warned that Suu Kyi's party would be disbanded if it did not submit its financial accounts and expenses for inspection The Election Commission had cited the dangers of combat between government forces and ethnic minority guerrillas
Opponents of military rule in Myanmar inscribed messages of protest on Easter eggs on Sunday. Messages including "Spring Revolution", "We must win" and "Get out MAH" - referring to junta leader Min Aung Hlaing - were seen on eggs in photographs on social media. The campaign against the ousting of the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi has included protests, a civil disobedience campaign of strikes and quirky acts of rebellion that spread on social media.
More than 40 people were killed by security forces in protests in Hlaing Tharyar on March 14 and several factories were set ablaze. France said the European Union would approve sanctions against those behind the coup next Monday. More than 180 protesters have been killed as security forces try to crush a wave of demonstrations.
Details of all seven deaths were posted on multiple social media accounts, some accompanied by photos of the victims. Many hospitals are occupied by security forces, and as a result are boycotted by medical personnel and shunned by protesters. Police had been aggressively patrolling residential neighbourhoods at night, firing into the air and setting off stun grenades in an effort at intimidation.