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The censure motion comes in the wake of public outrage over the national human rights commission's handling of a case of severe abuse by the owners of a tailor shop in Rangoon.
The call from the Myanmar National Human Rights Commission comes after squatters say their settlement was destroyed by thugs hired by local authorities in a village in Mon State.
The CSOs also called for the release of two police officers, one of whom testified last Friday at the trial, saying that a police team had “set up” the journalists.
Two Kachin pastors and a Buddhist abbot jailed for "Unlawful Association" are freed, but Reuters journalists remain behind bars.