Myanmar Blow: Chief Guerres asks for the failure of the military acquisition Published 3 hours AGASOSHERECLOSHARE PAGECOPY Linkabout Sharingimage CopyrightAfPImage Captomemage The residents hit cooking pots in Protesta in Yangon on Wednesday, the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, has urged the world community to make sure that Monday's blow in Myanmar fails.

The reversal of the elections is "unacceptable," he said, and it must be done that blows leaders should be done to understand that this is not a way to Govern the country.

The UN Security Council is discussing a possible statement, but it is expected that China will block any form of words that condemn the blow.

The elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested when the army took power.

Police in Myanmar, also known as Burma, later presented several charges against Mrs Suu Kyi, which has been sent under custody until February 15.

Neither Mrs. Suu Kyi nor deposed from President Win was heard from the acquisition.

The coup d'état, led by the head of the armed forces, Min Aung Hlaing, has seen the installation of a 11 -Memry Board.

The army, which has declared an emergency state of one year, sought to justify its action by claiming fraud in the elections of the last November, which won the National League of Democracy of Mrs. Suu Kyi (NLD). decisively.

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    Facebook services in Myanmar were interrupted on Thursday in the midst of reports that the military had ordered telecommunications companies to block the networking platform social.

    The company confirmed the interruptions, urging the "authorities to restore connectivity so that people in Myanmar can communicate with their family and friends and access important information".

    In recent days, activists had established Facebook pages to coordinate the opposition to the blow.

    'Absolutely unacceptable'

    The UN Secretary-General requested constitutional order to be restored in Myanmar. He said he hoped there would be unity in the Security Council on the matter.

    "We will do everything possible to mobilize all the key actors of the international community to put enough pressure on Myanmar to make sure this hit failure," he said. captionpots, the pans and horns of the means that sound in protest against the coup d'état

    "is absolutely unacceptable to reverse the results of the elections and the will of the people.

    "I hope it will be possible to make the military in Myanmar understand that this is not the way to Govern the country and this is not the way forward".

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    Western countries have condemned the blow without Reservations, but efforts in the Security Council to achieve a common position failed when China disagreed. China is one of the five permanent members with a veto right on the council.

    Beijing has played for a long time A role of protecting the country from international scrutiny, and has warned since then. The blow that sanctions or international pressure will only worsen things.

    Next to Russia, he has repeatedly protected Myanmar of criticism. In the UN on military repression in the population of Muslim minulental Rohingya.

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    it has been reported that the civil leader of Myanmar. Aung San Suu Kyi is being held in his residence in the capital, Nay Pyi Taw.

    She is facing charges that include violating import and export laws, and possession of illegal communication devices.

    The accusations are contained in a police document, called first initial report, sent to a court. Image CopyrightMyanmar PoliageImage Cap

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