Myanmar Coup, ruling party leaders arrested


In Myanmar, the military seized control of the country in a coup and arrested other leaders, including Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of the ruling National League for Democracy, rebel TV reported.

According to a foreign news agency, the military coup in Myanmar was caused by tensions between the civilian government and the military after the elections. Myanmar’s military has accused of rigging in the election.

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The army confirmed on national television that it had been declaring a state of emergency in the country for a year. The army handed over power to Commander-in-Chief Man Aung Hlaing.

The military says Commander-in-Chief Man Aung Hlaing has been given powers. A ruling party spokesman told the Associated Press that Aung San Suu Kyi, President One Mint and other leaders had been detained early in the morning. He added that his people should not react in a hurry.

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The army also raided the homes of provincial chief ministers and detained them. Today’s parliamentary session has been canceled. The military had earlier demanded an adjournment of the meeting. There are soldiers on the streets of many cities, including the capital.

In Myanmar, the NLD won the seats needed to form a government in the November elections. However, the military refused to recognize the election results.

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The newly elected lower house of parliament was due to convene for the first time today (Monday), but the military demanded an adjournment. has been given.

This week, a military spokesman signaled a coup and warned that if the election irregularities were not resolved, the armed forces could take action. Aung San Suu Kyi won last year’s election.

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