Myanmar Leadership Extends State of Emergency

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Myanmar’s military leadership has extended the state of emergency in the country by six months.

The ruling State Administration Council, SAC, first declared a state of emergency after Min Hlaing seized power in a coup in February 2021.

Hlaing will extend the state of emergency after the military’s national defence and Security Council unanimously supported the proposal.

This comes after the SAC last month announced the execution of four anti-coup activists, including a close ally of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung Kyi.

Written by: Helen Obih

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