Saturday is the first day of the traditional New Year in Myanmar and is usually celebrated as the last day of a five-day holiday, with Buddhist temples and rowdy water thrown and partying in the streets.
According to a trio by the Association for Assistance to Political Inmates (AAPP) activist group, Suu is among 3,141 people arrested in connection with the coup.
Prison Department spokesman Kyo Tun Oo told Reuters by telephone, “These detainees are mostly before February 1 but there are others who were later imprisoned.”
Asked if any of those who could be freed could be detained in connection with protests against the military regime, they said they did not have details of the Amanis.
The AAPP said that the army was freeing thousands of prisoners, but it was searching for 832 people in connection with the protests.
200 of them – including several Internet celebrities, actors and singers who have spoken out against the coup – are wanted on charges of encouraging dissent in the armed forces.
Two of them, the married pair of film director Christina Qi and actor Zen Qi, were detained at the airport in the country’s main city of Yangon on Saturday as they tried to leave the country, several media outlets reported.
A spokesperson for Zanta did not respond to calls seeking comment.
The deposed government held power for the first five years of civilian rule as almost half a century of the army had ended.
Political leaders, including deposed members of parliament, on Friday announced the formation of the National Unity Government (NUG), including Suu Kyi, and included leaders of the coup protest and ethnic minorities.
Special Envoy to the United Nations, Drs. Sasa, who represents Myanmar’s now-evicted and disbanded parliament, said at a press conference on Friday that the NUG would attempt to make Myanmar’s ethnic armed organizations a “federal army”.
Dr. Sasa called the Myanmar Defense Services Commander-in-Chief Coup Min Aung Hlaing “a predominantly assassin”. More than 700 anti-coup demonstrators have been killed by security forces since the capture of Min Aung Haling’s power on 1 February.
The new army will embrace the defectors of Myanmar’s security forces and encourage them to bring their weapons, Drs. Saisa said.
The NUG states that it is a legitimate political authority and has called for international recognition.
Ekta has not yet commented on the Ekta government, but has said that it will hold a new election within two years and hand over power to the winner.
Two senior diplomats at the US State Department agreed with Myanmar’s newly formed shadow civilian government on “Asia Burma’s media hub, according to a tweet posted on Friday,” restoring Burma’s importance of restoring democracy. is.
In the post, East Asian and Pacific Affairs Bureau Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Atul Keshup and Acting Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Scott Busby are tagged and photo as representative of committee representative Peuidangsu Hlutav (CRPH) Are being pulled. ), Which announced the formation of NUG Friday.
The hugely popular Suu Kyi faced a number of changes, including a violation of an official secret act that could put him in jail for up to 14 years. Her lawyers dismissed the allegations.
His supporters suspect that Suu Kyi and perhaps his political party will use the charges to oust him from future elections.