US condemns martial law in Myanmar “Joe Biden’s said”?. President Joe Biden has condemned martial law in Myanmar and threatened sanctions.
According to the foreign news agency. A statement issued by President Biden on Monday called. The overthrow of Aung San Suu Kyi’s elected government in Myanmar. And the military coup a direct attack on democracy. Law and justice in the country.
President Biden said in a statement that the international community. Should work together to press the Burmese military to return power to elected representatives. And release political prisoners and civilian officials. The statement also called for an end to the Burmese military’s restrictions on telecommunications. And an end to violence against civilians.
International observers say the military coup in Burma. Will make it harder for the Biden government to pursue its policy against China in the Asia-Pacific. In addition the restoration of democracy. In Burma was possible under Democratic President Obama.
At the time Biden was vice president of the United States. And in the current context he holds the presidency. In this regard the situation in Burma is being described as a major challenge for them.
The world has been waiting for a response from the Biden administration. Since the imposition of martial law in Burma. While the Biden administration has finally reacted to the issue. After lengthy foreign policy consultations.
Myanmar army seizes power declares emergency. Arrests Aung San Suu Kyi In Myanmar. The military seized power in a coup and declared a state of emergency for a year. While other central leaders. Including Aung San Suu Kyi were detained.
US condemns martial law in Myanmar
According to a foreign news agency. The military in Myanmar seized power by arresting Aung San Suu Kyi. And taking control of the country. Declaring a state of emergency for a year.
Myanmar’s military has seized power in a series of uprisings following tensions. Between the civilian government. And the military following the November general election. But also led to the capture of Aung San Suu Kyi. And other central leaders by the ruling National League for Democracy.
The army’s senior general confirmed. The country’s one-year state of emergency. Saying all powers in the country had been handed over to Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Man Aung Hlaing.
According to the British Broadcasting Corporation. The military has deployed large numbers of military personnel. In the capital and central cities since taking power. While telephone and internet services have been cut off in key cities. And Myanmar’s state broadcaster due to technical problems. Is off air
On the other hand the United States has demanded the release of political leaders. And other officials arrested by the Myanmar army.
It should be noted that in the general elections held in November last year. The NLD had won the required seats to form a government. But the army did not recognize the results of the elections.