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  • and thank you, Mr President.

  • Myanmar's U.

  • N Ambassador Chow Martin has been fired.

  • The announcement was made on state television and comes a day after he urged the United Nations to use any means necessary to reverse the February 1st military coup.

  • He had told the U.

  • N General Assembly.

  • He was speaking on behalf of the ousted civilian government of elected leader on San Suu Kyi.

  • In addition to the existing support, we need further strongest possible action from the international community to immediately end the military coup, to stop oppressing the Muslim people, to return the state power to the people and to re stroll the democracy.

  • The coup has brought hundreds of thousands of protesters to the streets and drawn condemnation from Western countries, with some imposing limited sanctions.

  • Police launched their most sweeping crackdown yet in three weeks of protests on Saturday in towns and cities across Myanmar.

  • One woman was shot and wounded and dozens of people were detained.

  • The country has been in turmoil since army seized power and detained and San Souci and much of her party leadership the military alleging fraud in the November election.

  • Her party won in a landslide protesters poured onto the streets in the main city, Yangon, despite, according to witnesses, the use of tear gas, stun grenades and shots being fired in the air.

  • Activists have called for another day of protests on Sunday.

and thank you, Mr President.

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Myanmar fires its ambassador to the U.N.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/01
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