Myanmar Blow: CrackDown tightened with victory Arrest Published 7 minutes AgoshaReclosHare Pageecopy Linkabout SharingImage CopyrightAfpImage Captionwin Htein (left) is a leading leader in the National League of Democracy led by Aung San Suu Kyi (right)

The Myanmar Army is squeezing his repression to the former civil government, with the Arrest of a leading leader of the League National Aung San Suu Kyi for Party Democracy (NLD).

Win Htein was taken from Yangon's house from Yangon at the beginning of Friday. She told the BBC that he was Arrested under the laws of sedition.

MS Suu Kyi and other leaders have been Arrested since the military launched their coup on Monday, sinking the country of Southeast Asia in uncertainty.

his whereabouts are still unknown.

On Friday afternoon, hundreds of teachers and students also gathered outside a university, where they showed the three fingers greeting, a sign that has been adopted by the protesters in the region to show their opposition The authoritarian government.

"We will not allow our generation to suffer under this type of military dictatorship," said Min Suthu, a student, told AFP News Agency.

The agency added that Dagon University students sang "Long Live Mother Suu" and wearing red flags, the color of the NLD party.

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    The military overthrown to the Government of Mrs Suu Kyi after the November elections were affirmed won by the NLD was fraudulent, although the country's electoral commission said there was no evidence to support these accusations.

    Moving has been fulfilled with global outrage. Image CopyrightteTTY ImagesImage Captionel Teacher Association of Yangon University met at the protest of the coup d'état

    on its last statement, US President Joe Biden on Thursday asked the military to "renounce power" and Liberate detention officials and activists.

    The United States had already threatened severe sanctions in Myanmar, which is also known as Burma.

    However, the army apparently does not lead to disapproval, continuing for its path of consolidating power and appointing new ministers in the capital, Naypyitaw, said the correspondent correspondent from the Southeast BBC, Jonathan Head.

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    In a pre-calling phone call with BBC Burmese, he wins Htein said he was being taken to the capital by members of the police and al army.

    he said that he was stopped under sedition laws, who carry a maximum punishment of Plaza de Vida: although the exact load was not told.

    "They do not like what I've been talking about. They are afraid of what I am saying," he said.

    The 79-year standard of the OND and a firm supporter of Mrs. Suu Kyi has given several interviews from the old coup criticizing the military and its leader min Aung Hlaing.

    Earlier this week, Dijola border of the local magazine News that the Tatmadow, or the Armed Forces of Myanmar, "would come into desperate due to the blow".

    "The staging of a coup at this moment shows that they are not knew and narrow," she said. "I experienced the blow of General Ne Win in 1962 ... Myanmar's economy suffered for 26 years after the coup d'etat." Capture of means 'days old': what both Burmese fear of Myanmar's blow

    Myanmar has remained mainly calm after the coup d'état.

    However, it is said that about 70 MPS have had an insurgent parliament, to replicate the parliamentary session that was supposed to occur this week.

    A movement of civil disobedience is also gaining momentum.

    Residents in some cities, including Yangon, have made nocturnal protests from their homes, where they have been hitting pots and pans and singing revolutionary songs.

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