7th day after the military coup. The junta initially said they maintain the country just the temporary. But how can it be said that it was the coup? They arrested our State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and President U Win Myint without reasonable reasons.
We will protest in Sule today. The junta also cut off internet lines. Last night, news spread that Suu Kyi had been released. It will be to reduce the number of protesters today. Talk to each other on the phone when we can’t talk to each other online. Sending an SMS.
I saw some friends calling until about midnight. Because the fake news of Suu Kyi released. I went to bed at 8 p.m. because my mind is tired. The sound of the junta’s regime makes it difficult to get a good night’s sleep and work.
Protests began in Sule and Hledan. Lots of people. At least four or five thousand. The situation has come to life. Patriotism is alive and well in our blood and flesh.
Most are under 35 years old. But there are many other ages. The clothes we wore were colorful and most of us were black. Everyone has the same purpose. Liberation from military dictatorship. Achieving democracy. Releasing of Suu Kyi, the President, and the arrested people’s representatives
The internet is currently completely off, but it reopened at 2 pm today. People are going online. They exchanged information from city to city. My company sends emails to me not to come to work during these days because the situation is not stable. Facebook does not work well. The VPN line is slow. They still block access to Facebook.
I realized that the situation was not going from positive to negative.
Tomorrow is worse than today. Nationwide strike tomorrow My heart is pounding for tomorrow.