‘Pots and Pans’ Protest in Myanmar Rages On

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Ten days of consecutive protests in Myanmar  have been marred by gunshots and roving armoured vehicles,  two weeks after democratically elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi was deposed by a military coup on the 1st of February.

As citizens take to the streets in large crowds, beating household utensils in defiance against imposed lockdowns and communication line cuts, there are growing concerns the  Junta could crackdown on dissent.

 

Max Tillman spoke to an Australian national, who’s identity has been kept secret, about life in the midst of a popular revolt.

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