Two years after Myanmar coup, human rights violations continue to rise – WORLD


In the two years since the coup in Myanmar, human rights violations have continued to rise.According to the UN, in the period from February 1, 2021 to January 31, 2023, at least 2,940 people were killed by security forces, and 17,572 people were detained. The United Nations (UN) has announced that since the military coup in Myanmar in February 2021, human rights violations have continued to increase and people have faced harassment in all walks of life. The general situation and challenges faced by Rohingya Muslims and other minorities have been included The report states that in the two years following the coup, human rights violations continued to rise and people faced harassment in all walks of life. The report is based on interviews and meetings with over 96 victims. report covering the period from February 1, 2021 to January 31, 2023, when the coup took place, at least 2,940 people were killed by security forces. 17,572 people were detained by armed groups associated with the SAC. Armed conflicts have occurred in and around 255 of Myanmar’s 330 districts. Again, it has been stated that many extrajudicial executions were carried out by the army following raids on villages and towns. Throughout Myanmar, the military carried out 301 air strikes and 756 artillery strikes against the military The military continues to report torture and abuse, including of children, with the military increasingly targeting individuals accused of links to anti-war armed groups Arbitrary detentions, in some cases complaints of “enforced disappearances”, and the army is putting pressure on religious leaders and family members of wanted individuals, especially prominent political figures.Displacement of many Rohingya Muslims Five years after the 2017 military operations that resulted in the birth of about 600,000 Rohingyas, those remaining in Myanmar face serious risks and systematic discrimination in all walks of life Actions demanding autonomy in Arakan State With “protection” concerns rising, both sides have been accused of fighting near their villages, deliberately putting Rohingya civilians at risk. citizenship rights, Rohingya stalk face difficulties in obtaining travel permits, accessing basic services and securing livelihoods. As a result of systematic discrimination, hundreds of “safer” Rohingyas choose to leave the country through smugglers, taking on certain risks of circumstance. According to the UN, more than 700 Rohingyas in 2021 and 3,500 in 2022, the sea is dangerous. Last year, more than 2,000 Rohingyas were arrested for “travelling”. This is said to be more than double what it was in 2021. In Myanmar, 178 journalists were detained after the coup, two were killed, 122 were released, 54 are still in detention, 18 in 2021 and 42 in 2022 – 758,500 people were displaced after the coup. The problems with economic and social rights that began after the coup continue to grow. The military is mainly engaged in forced evictions from homes, confiscation of property, air strikes, arson and the use of landmines. led to the deliberate destruction of homes and property. While 758,500 people have been displaced since the coup in Myanmar, the figure was recorded as 441,500 last February. More than 15.2 million people in the country are facing a food insecurity crisis. About 40 percent of the population lives below the poverty line. At least 3.7 million children in Myanmar are not participating in the military-controlled education system, and many educators are not participating in the civil disobedience movement. The Myanmar military has identified allegations of fraud. in the 2020 general election. He seized power on February 1, 2021 after he was dismissed and political tensions arose in the country. The army detained many officials and leaders of the ruling party, especially the country’s former de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi, and declared a state of emergency for a year.
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