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Reuters just quoted a White House statement saying that U.S. President Biden has heard briefings about the detention of Myanmar’s senior state, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.

Myanmar’s ruling party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), spokesman Miao Nu, said on the 1st that Myanmar’s President Wen Min, State Senior Government Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and some senior NLD officials were detained by the military in the early morning of the same day.

It is understood that Myanmar’s national television station has no signal and cannot be watched.

Communication between the capital Naypyito and the outside world was interrupted.

Recently, the Myanmar military and NLD have been divided over the results of last year’s general election.

On February 1, Myanmar President Wen Min and State Senior Government Daw Aung San Suu Kyi were detained by the military.

Li Bingxin, a reporter of People’s Daily in Myanmar, told the reporter of Global Network that a few days before the emergency, the Myanmar military held a press conference in the capital, implying that the military can not be bound by the Constitution and not rule out taking over power.

Recently, the Myanmar military and Myanmar’s ruling party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), have disagreed over the results of last year’s general election. Lee Byung-sun said that on January 26, the Myanmar military held a press conference in the capital Naypyidaw and invited domestic and foreign journalists to participate.

At a press conference, the military said that there was a suspicion of fraud in the election and found evidence of many problematic votes, such as repeated voting and undocumented voting. The military wants to talk to NLD in this regard to solve this problem. The NLD did not agree to dialogue with the military at the first time.

At the same time, other opposition parties in Myanmar also called for a dialogue settlement, the resolution before the opening of the new parliament on February 1, and proposed options such as recounting votes and verification of doubtful votes, but NLD did not agree, and the Federal Election Commission said that there was no problem in the election.

Therefore, at the press conference, Myanmar military spokesman Zominton and IDF commander-in-chief Min Aung-lai released the next day (January 27) that the military abides by the constitution, but if someone does not abide by the constitution, the constitution should be repealed. The military does not rule out taking over power.

In other words, the military implies that any action can be taken without the constitution, Li Bingxin said. Subsequently, Min’anglai’s words were interpreted by some media as launching a “coup”, but Min’anglai said on the 28th that the media misunderstood his words and did not have the idea of launching a “coup”.

However, on February 1, an emergency occurred.

Myanmar’s ruling party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), spokesman Miao Nu, said on the 1st that Myanmar’s President Wen Min, State Senior Government Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and some senior NLD officials were detained by the military in the early morning of the same day.

AFP also quoted Myonui as saying, “Based on what we are seeing so far, we have to guess that the military is launching a coup.”

According to data released by the Union Election Commission of Myanmar on November 13, 2020, the National League for Democracy of Myanmar (NLD) led by State Senior Minister Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has won more than half of the seats in the Federal Parliament (including non-elected seats for military personnel) and obtained the power to form a new government and continue to govern.

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