More than 1,000 people trapped across the country: Myanmar

In the more than three years since the military coup in Myanmar until April 30 last year, houses owned by people who opposed the coup (934 people), schools, and the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) have (1159) religious buildings and businesses were arbitrarily sealed off by military councils.

The numbers are based on information published in the media, AAPP executive member U Aung Myo Kyaw told RFA, which was gathered based on information sent to AAPP.

“Regimes do everything they can to destroy the property of those who oppose them. This is not only against tyrants, but also against their families. This is truly intentional and hateful. Justice must be served in all these cases.”If the Spring Revolution is successful, we must make every effort to return the confiscated items to their original owners.” No. ”

Among those whose property was confiscated were mostly strikers who were protesting against the military council. It said the assets include members of the activist National League for Democracy (NLD) party, education staff who carried out the CDM, media departments and businessmen.

Furthermore, as the Military Council carries out terrorist attacks targeting civilians and instilling fear in the population using all cruel means, AAPP will continue to record these actions in order to take countermeasures. .

The NUG government’s Ministry of Finance, which rebels against the military council, also distributed and sold military leader General Min Aung Hlaing’s Yangon mansion as common property of the people.

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