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The NUG Human Rights Minister says that the law of the military council is intended to further oppress the people

On November 15, U Aung Myo Min, Union Minister of Human Rights, commented on the association registration law of the military council, saying that the law of the military council is intended to further oppress the people.

“Instead of having to protect the people, the law is oppressing the people more. First of all, those who participate in the associations may be subjected to strict surveillance and action for various reasons. At the same time, they [the authorities of the military council] have restricted the organizations that will provide humanitarian assistance to only cooperating with them and carrying out only those activities that are not dangerous for them. There is no way it can work under such an order, and the people who need help will not be able to get help,” said the Union Minister.

The military council is annulling the laws enacted by the people’s government and imposing laws so that they can punish and control as they please.

At the United Nations, Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun claims that people are being tortured to death in terrorist military interrogation centers

In November, U Kyaw Moe Tun, the Representative of Myanmar to the United Nations, addressed the UN, saying that people of Myanmar are being tortured to the point of death in the interrogation centers of the terrorist military.

“There are several cases where detainees were disappeared and tortured to death in interrogation centers, civilians were burned alive during the raids on villages and killed during the bloody crackdown on nationwide protests over the last 21 months,” stated the Ambassador.

The terrorist military has arrested over ten thousand people and killed over two thousand.

U Min Ko Naing says that the attention of major countries to the Southern Asian region is a good opportunity for Myanma revolution

On November 15, U Min Ko Naing, a prominent 88-generation student leader, said that the attention of major countries to the Southern Asian region is a good opportunity for Myanma revolution.

“Everyone can see that meetings for Asia and the Pacific, such as ASEAN, the G-20, and APEC, are to be held these days. The fact that major countries are paying attention to the Southern Asian region, in particular, is a good opportunity for the revolution. It depends on the grouping of the revolutionary forces and the major countries will put their hands in the pockets. It is true that it is not the same as Ukraine, I admit. Even the basis of interests differs. But for Myanmar, it will be able to influence the balance of power between the military council and the people’s revolution,” he said.

In addition, U Min Ko Naing added that it is the time when the prospects of the success of Myanmar’s spring revolution are raised in the international media.

Villagers from Wat Pyit Village, Ayadaw Township, were shot dead on the road while their hands were tied

On November 15, the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) reported that the military junta invaded Wat Pyit Village, Ayadaw Township, and arrested the local villagers and killed them on the road while tying their hands.

It states, “On November 7, the armed wing of the junta took two villagers, Phoe La Pyae and Sein Thant, hostage during a military offensive operation approaching Wet Pyit Village, Ayadaw township, Sagaing region. Their hands were tied, and they were shot dead in the head at close range, near Kywe Chan Village on Ayadaw-War Taw Ma road.”

Since the military coup in February 2021, a total of 2,463 people have been killed during the spring revolution.

Three people were killed and eight were wounded when the military council attacked a lead mining block near Thapyu Village with two fighter jets

The military council attacked a lead mining block near Thapyu Village, Three Pagodas area, Karen State, with two fighter jets, killing three people and injuring eight.

The residents confirmed that the mine block was attacked by fighter jets at 1:40 a.m. on November 16.

As a result of the shooting, the entire mine camp exploded, killing 3 Chinese nationals on the spot. Eight other people were seriously wounded and were reportedly taken to the Pagoda Three Pagodas Public Hospital.

Foreign companies and local businessmen are working on the Thapyu Mining Blocks near Three Pagodas City, and they are mining antimony and lead minerals. The reason for the airstrikes is still unknown.

The True Fighter group and the Zero Guerrilla Force (Myngyan) jointly bombed the military council this morning, killing a soldier

On November 1, the True Fighter group, a revolutionary force in Myinmu Township that is fighting against the military council, reported that it and the Zero Guerrilla Force (Myngyan) jointly bombed the military council this morning, killing a soldier.

It states, “Today, November 16, at about 5:30 p.m., we attacked a military unit inside War Set Kwin, Myinmu Township, with grenades, killing a soldier.”

The attack was jointly carried out by the True Fighter group and the Zero Guerrilla Force (Myingyan).

The Eagle Brigade PDF recruits new revolutionary comrades

On November 16, the Eagle Brigade group announces that it has recruited new revolutionary comrades.

It states, “The Eagle Brigade will continue to screen and accept ten new revolutionary comrades to fight against the dictatorial system. Those with recommendations from Eagle comrades (EDFs) will be screened more favorably.”

It is said that those interested can contact the Page Messenger of the Eagle Brigade Facebook Page and inquire by November 23.

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