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Myanmar's Protests Will Be Broadcast, Despite Junta Blackout
Thousands of people in Myanmar have documented their defiance against the military in real time on their phones
Myanmar`s web-savvy protest movement has overcome social media blocks and even a nationwide internet blackout to transmit real-time information out of the country, 인계동가라오케 as the new military regime struggles to tamp down opposition to last week`s coup. After spending most of the last 60 years under the yoke of army rule, 인계동셔츠룸 Myanmar is no stranger to bold public condemnations of its armed forces -- many of which were suppressed with lethal vi
ce
p> But unlike earlier years, when generals used onerous censorship laws and travel bans to keep crackdowns hidden from the outside world, thousands of people around the country have been wielding their phones to document defiance i
al
e. Myanmar`s new military regime struggles to tamp down opposition to last
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up v> \"Actually, I`m not interested in politics at all,\" said Aung, who has spent the last few days uploading footage from protests in his ho
wn
p> \"But what the military did is so disgu
g.
p> Aung, who asked for his real name to be withheld, said he cried while watching the television broadcast last week that confirmed the putsch after the dawn raids that saw Aung San Suu Kyi and other civilian leaders taken into c
dy
p> Since Monday, he has marched around the streets of his town with his old high school teacher -- pushed along in the procession in her wheelchair -- demanding the military respect the results of recent elections that Suu Kyi`s party won in a lan
de
p> \"They arrested our leaders, our representatives,\" the 20-year-old told AFP.
\"We feel like our dreams have d
pe
.\" After spending most of the last 60 years under army rule, 수원셔츠룸 Myanmar is no stranger to bold public condemnations of its armed forces/div> State TV channels now under military control have gone to great lengths to ignore the chorus of outrage erupting around the country, broadcasting karaoke reels and traditional dance routines even as police respond to rallies with tear gas an


. But on Facebook and other platforms, private media outlets and 인계동가라오케 ordinary citizens are running live videos that document huge crowds thronging the streets, along with tense confrontations between de
ors a

ce
- `What`s
ng on?` - Myanmar`s new military regime demanded mobile operators
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p> The blanket footage of Myanmar`s burgeoning anti-coup movement is a stark contrast to the last uprising against military rule in 2007, when Buddhist monks led a protest against fuel price hikes that morphed into dem
demo

rule. Some foreign media outlets were able to pipe out images of the bloody crackdown that followed, but the full extent of the carnage only became clear to the outside world after undercover Myanmar journalists smuggled handheld video cameras over
er in

land. Myanmar`s decade-long experiment with civilian rule also democratised the flow of information in the country, with the entrance of foreign telecoms making SIM cards affordable for the entire population and the end of dr
censo

ules. The new military regime attempted to turn the tide last week as a civil disobedience campaign gained momentum, first by demanding mobile operators block Facebook and other social media platforms, and then ordering a blanket internet s
over

kend. But even as most local web traffic ground to a standstill, protesters still managed to livestream snowballing demonstrations across the city using foreign SIM cards w
data roam
services. Civilian leader Suu Kyi`s party won in a landslide in recent electi
in Myanma
p> \"They called and asked me what`s going on -- what`s the situation, has there been any more international pressure?
atty

sang. The Thai public relations professional and former Yangon resident returned home to Bangkok last year during the Covid pandemic but managed to make contact with her friends back in Mya
ing t

kout. Internet services had largely returned by Sunday afternoon, hours before the shutdown was supposed to end, by which time hundreds of thousands of people were on the stre
over

ntry. Yangon-based activist Ingyin, who uses one name to protect her identity, said the attempt by the junta to cut her country off from the wo
t hav

ired. \"People felt that when they couldn`t talk about what happened online, they had to go out on
street,\"
told AFP.
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