40 universities across Myanmar were declared as Civil Disobedience Movement-CDM universities.
Ten ceasefire groups have yet to decide whether to suspend the implementation of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement -NCA.
University of Economics students protested for a boycott of military-linked products and services yesterday.
Singapore-based Sembcorb company, which will implement the $ 230 million Hlegu Industrial Park project, announced yesterday that it is monitoring the situation in Myanmar.
Thirteen people, including two teachers arrested in Myitkyina, Kachin state were released yesterday under the auspices of the Peace Negotiating Group (PCG).
NLD Chairman U Win Htein, who was arrested and charged under Section 124 of the Penal Code, demanded an immediate order on Feb 19.
According to Assistance Association for Political Prisoners-AAPP’s monitoring, as of February 19, a total of 546 people have been arrested, charged or sentenced since the February 1 coup, among them, 500 are still under detention or have outstanding charges/evading arrest.
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