Burma’s military court “ordered death” seven students

2022-12-04 09:26:00

Burma’s military court “ordered death” seven students
Burma’s military court “ordered death” seven students, the UN accelerated the examination, and four more were sentenced to death.

Burmese military courts “ordered death” – AFP reported on December 3 that Mr. Volker Turk United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Stated in a statement that the Military Court of Myanmar (Burma) ordered execution At least 7 university students on Wednesday, Nov. 30.

It was a closed trial. It was the second death sentence since Myanmar’s military junta seized power from the civilian government. Mrs Aung San Suu Kyi in the year 2021

It also happened just four months after Pyo Sayya Taw, a former member of the House of Representatives. The NLD, prominent pro-democracy activist Kyaw Min U, or Jimmy, took part in the 8888 protests against the dictatorial rule in 1988, and two others were executed for the first time in more than a year. 30 years amid heavy criticism from around the world At the end of July

The Myanmar junta handed out at least seven more death sentences this week, taking the tally of those on death row to 139, according to the United Nations. At least seven male university students were sentenced to death by a military court behind closed doors on Wednesday, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Turk said in a statement. (AP)

Local media stated that The seven male students in Yangon were arrested in April 2022. from allegations of involvement in a shooting at a bank and join protests against the coup “The death penalty for students is a vengeful act of the military,” the Dagon University Student Association said in a statement.

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights said it was investigating further reports that four young political activists were sentenced to death on Dec. 1.


Source: Foreign Media Reports




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