According to information released by the administrative department of Pathein Township, Myanmar on the 21st, local time, they have obtained approval from Ayeyarwady Province to file a lawsuit against 22 people who organized campaign canvassing activities in violation of epidemic prevention regulations. This is the first such case in Myanmar.
The chief executive of Pathein Township, Wu Yazeai, said that they found a violation of the epidemic prevention regulations during the campaign campaign on October 17, and they were preparing to prosecute eight NLD supporters and two Gongfa Party supporters, but both supporters later Canvassing activities were held again on the 18th and 20th, so the number of indictees increased to 22.
It is understood that according to Myanmar’s Disaster Management Law, anyone who organizes gathering activities in violation of anti-epidemic regulations will be sentenced to one to three years in prison or fined.
As of October 20, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Ayeyarwady Province, Myanmar has reached 752.