The NHK media reported on Wednesday that the Union of Myanmar’s military regime is under increasing pressure, both domestically and internationally, as the protests of the protesters continue to grow. Tengku Faizasyah, spokesman for the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that the Union Army had not been able to quell the violence, which had resulted in injuries or deaths of bare-handed protesters. Domestic pressure on Myanmar’s current military regime has led to more and more protesters marching in key cities and across the country in protest of the military coup on February 1. Demonstrators did not appear to be intimidated by police or military crackdowns, despite the military deployment and the deployment of more tanks, armored vehicles and equipment across the country. The worst domestic pressure on the Myanmar military regime was that some government workers, companies and organizations did not go to work in their daily lives, but went on strike, which disrupted public and private affairs.
After the coup overthrew the civilian government, some work in the country was already disrupted by the Internet being cut off, especially Facebook, in an effort to prevent protesters from using the system to lure people. To participate in demonstrations against the military regime and to inflate information in the demonstration rules. The expert said that the military regime needs a monthly budget to supply government officials and employees with salaries, and if the work flow is obstructed, the military regime will not have the budget to pay the salaries of officials and staff. If government officials such as doctors, teachers and ministries across the country do not receive their monthly salaries, they will stop working and go on strike against the military regime. International pressure is also exacerbating the military crisis in Myanmar: diplomatic pressure, economic sanctions and sanctions on some senior military officials by freezing cash in banks. On Tuesday, February 23, the foreign ministers of the seven industrialized nations (G7), including the European Union, issued a joint statement condemning the Myanmar military. The joint statement was signed by foreign ministers from G7, France, Britain, the United States, Japan, Canada, Italy, Germany and the European Union, a weighty statement for the Myanmar military regime.
Meanwhile, the US State Department has announced economic sanctions against two more senior Myanmar military officials, one of whom is an air force commander, on charges of brutal crackdown on the group. Protesters cause 3 deathsThe root causes the story
The root cause of the Burmese military regime has come under increasing pressure as local people, government officials, civil servants and leaders in countries around the world have resented the military coup. According to the results of the November 8, 2020 election, Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy won 83 percent of the vote to form a single government. Eighty-three percent of those who voted for Aung San Suu Kyi’s party may go on strike against the military, which overthrew the civilian government, and almost 83 percent of the population is already in the country. If the military forces violently suppress the protesters, the military regime will no longer be able to stand because of the overwhelming population and will not be able to easily surrender to the military.