Myanmar's plea to Indonesia as it Accuses China
Myanmar is now pleading with Indonesia and the a Sean community to withdraw from supporting the Junta and offer freedom to them at this tough moment.
According to Myanmar Citizens they voted for freedom and democracy in the November 2020 elections but whatever they are receiving at the moment was not anticipated.
“We didn't vote in the middle of a pandemic to get this kind of thing. We voted in the middle of the pandemic to get Justice, democracy, and our true government. We only want our elected leaders and government. Dear ASEAN, please stand with Myanmar citizens.”
Myanmar Protesters on the Yangon Streets Source Twitter
This comes at a time the Executive Director of Human Rights Watch Kenneth Roth has accused China of acting cowardly by pretending to be standing with the people of Myanmar but ironically organizing unregistered flights to transport unknown goods and personnel from Beijing China to Myanmar at night.
The flight that China Uses to bring unknown goods to the country Source Twitter
On the other hand, Thousands of protesters from diverse ethnic backgrounds marched in Yangon on Wednesday demanding the end of the military dictatorship that has been making life unbearable to the citizens for weeks now the establishment of a democratic federal union, the abolition of the 2008 Constitution, and the release of all those detained including their leaders President U Win Myint and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
Also, Students, monks, teachers, and education staff in Mandalay are holding a sit-in protest against the military regime in front of security forces at the corner of 73rd and 29th Streets.