Myanmar's military government leader Min Aung Hlaing reviewed troops during the Independence Day military parade in the capital Nay Pyi Taw on the 4th.


[Compile Zhang Peiyuan/Comprehensive Report] Myanmar National Broadcasting Corporation (MRTV) reported on the 4th that to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Myanmar's independence on January 2, the Myanmar military government will amnesty 7012 prisoners, but it is not clear whether political prisoners are included.

MRTV pointed out that prisoners convicted of murder and rape, or those charged with explosives, illegal associations, weapons, drugs, natural disaster management and corruption, are not included in this wave of Merdeka pardons.

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It is not clear whether political prisoners are included in the amnesty list, but it is believed that Myanmar's 77-year-old democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi should not be included, because Aung San Suu Kyi has been charged with more than a dozen crimes, including not being included in this list. Porter amnesty for corruption.

Aung San Suu Kyi's case has all been tried a few days ago, and all the charges charged have been convicted, with a total sentence of 33 years in prison.

The Burmese military launched a coup on February 1, 2021 to overthrow the democratically elected government headed by Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, bloody suppression of street protests dissatisfied with the coup, and tens of thousands of people were arrested.

Western countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and the European Union imposed sanctions on Myanmar later, but the leader of the Myanmar military government Min Aung Hlaing (Min Aung Hlaing) said in a speech at the Independence Day military parade on the 4th that in Myanmar, facing all Despite pressure, criticism and attacks, neighboring countries including "China, India, Thailand, Laos and Bangladesh" are still working closely with it. He would like to thank several international and regional countries, organizations and personal.

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