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People jailed for their involvement in protests against the military coup will be released

On Monday, the Myanmar military leader Min Aung Hlaing announced the release of over 5,000 people who were jailed for…


people jailed for their involvement in protests against the military coup will be released.

On Monday, the Myanmar military leader Min Aung Hlaing announced the release of over 5,000 people who were jailed for protesting against the February coup. A total of 5,636 people will be freed to mark the Myanmar light festival, Thadingyut, later in October.

Myanmar’s military regime on Monday released 1,316 people jailed for their participation in anti-regime protests while dismissing the cases of 4,320 people who were facing lawsuits for their anti-regime activism

A total of 5,636 prisoners will be freed to mark the Thadingyut festival later in October, Min Aung Hlaing said, days after he was excluded from a regional summit over his government’s commitment to defusing the bloody crisis.29.

What people are saying?

Andre zaw MAH said he would release the protesters who involved in anti military dictatorship strike are pretending @Asean to accept him, but the people could not trust him bcos of his current actions and he had always lied to #ASEAN and the international community.

Yeyint Today evening, 11 prisoners released from Meikhtila Prison in Mandalay Division were re-arrested at the entrance of the prison under the Anti-Terrorism Law, according to the families of the detainees.

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