Despite dangers, urban revolutionaries continue anti-coup protests

Young people in Myanmar have joined the resistance against the military in many forms, from the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) to armed uprising. In urban centres, many youth continue to conduct peaceful anti-coup protests, despite the risk of arrest, torture or worse.

This week’s story is by journalists from Frontier Myanmar.

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စစ်အာဏာသိမ်းပြီးနောက် မြန်မာနိုင်ငံကလူငယ်တွေဟာ စစ်တပ်ကိုဆန့်ကျင်ခုခံရေးနည်းလမ်းမျိုးစုံမှာ ပါဝင်လာခဲ့ကြပါတယ်။အချို့က CDM လှုပ်ရှားမှုတွေမှာပါဝင်လာကြသလို အချို့ကတော့ လက်နက် ကိုင်ပြီး ဆန့်ကျင်ရေးတော်လှန်နေကြပါတယ်။ မြို့ပြမှာတော့ လူငယ်တွေအများစုဟာ စစ်ကောင်စီတပ်တွေရဲ့အဖမ်းခံရနိုင်တဲ့အန္တရာယ် နှိပ်စက်ညှင်းပန်းခံရနိုင်တာ ဒါမှမဟုတ် ဒီထက်ဆိုးတဲ့ အဆိုးဆုံး အခြေအနေ တွေကို ကြံ့ကြံ့ခံရင်ဆိုင်ရင်း စစ်အာဏာရှင်ဆန့်ကျင်ရေးဆန္ဒပြပွဲတွေမှာ ပါဝင်နေကြဆဲဖြစ်ပါတယ်။

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