High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet (Michelle Bachelet) urged the states to put pressure on military soldiers to stop serious violations of human rights and possible crimes against humanity.
Myanmar warned that Myanmar is in danger of falling into widespread conflict, just like the situation in Syria. United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, Tuesday, April 13, warned of possible crimes against humanity.
In the press release, MI Bachelet expressed concern about this “Won’t move towards universal conflict” :
“There was a clear echo in Syria in 2011. Here, we also see that peaceful protests have been welcomed by unnecessary and obviously disproportionate force. The country’s cruel and continuous suppression of its own people has caused some people to take up arms and then spread across the country. Violent conflict broke out within the scope. (…) Countries must not allow the fatal mistakes made in Syria and other places to repeat themselves.”
Since the military coup on the 1st, Myanmar has fallen into chaosYes In February, the chairman of the National League for Democracy (LND) and the former leader of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, came to power.
According to counts by the Association for the Assistance to Political Prisoners (AAPP), the crackdown caused at least 700 deaths, including 50 children, and about 3,000 arrests. The generals are increasingly cracking down on the pro-democracy movement, which has brought thousands of Burmese people to the streets and triggered strikes in many areas of the economy.