Myanmar democracy veteran urges civil servants to join protest as Suu Kyi court case looms

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Min Ko Naing, a student leader in the 1988 uprisings, says this is the most important week yet for civil disobedience movement

A veteran of Myanmar’s 1988 uprisings has urged protesters to demonstrate peacefully in what he called the most important week yet, as the day of Aung San Suu Kyi’s court appearance neared.

Min Ko Naing – a student leader in the 1988 uprisings – said on his social media page that it was vital for civil servants to join protests outside embassies and government offices, saying: “It will determine the outcome of the protest; it is essential that the civil servants endure any challenges this week.

Continue reading… Source: The Guardian

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