What happened when Aung San Suu Kyi was detained in Myanmar? Communication between Myanmar’s capital and the outside world was interrupted

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Yangon, February 1 (Xinhua) Myanmar’s Ruling Party National League for Democracy (NLD) spokesman Miao Niu said on the 1st that Myanmar’s president Wen Min, State Councilor Aung San Suu Kyi and some senior officials of the NLD were detained by the military early that morning. Myanmar’s military then issued a statement saying that according to the provisions of the constitution, a one-year state of emergency will be implemented. Myanmar’s military television reported that the presidential palace announced the transfer of state power to the commander-in-chief of the national defense forces, min Aung Lai. Xinhua News Agency reporters saw in Rangoon, Myanmar’s largest city where the branch is located, on the morning of the 1st, that the street situation is stable, the traffic is normal, and there is no abnormal situation. However, the phone cards of the two local mobile phone operators used by the reporter have been unable to communicate normally, and the optical fiber network can still be used normally. The reporter learned that communication between Naypyidaw, the capital of Myanmar, and the outside world has been interrupted. The business office of the Chinese Embassy in Myanmar, informed by wechat group of Chinese funded enterprises, asked Chinese citizens to make emergency preparations, do not panic and report to the Embassy in time. (reporter Zhang Dongqiang, Che Hongliang) What happened when Aung San Suu Kyi was detained in Myanmar? Communication between Myanmar's capital and the outside world was interrupted

Yangon, February 1 (Xinhua) Myanmar’s Ruling Party National League for Democracy (NLD) spokesman Miao Niu said on the 1st that Myanmar’s president Wen Min, State Councilor Aung San Suu Kyi and some senior officials of the NLD were detained by the military early that morning.

Myanmar’s military then issued a statement saying that according to the provisions of the constitution, a one-year state of emergency will be implemented. Myanmar’s military television reported that the presidential palace announced the transfer of state power to the commander-in-chief of the national defense forces, min Aung Lai.

Xinhua News Agency reporters saw in Rangoon, Myanmar’s largest city where the branch is located, on the morning of the 1st, that the street situation is stable, the traffic is normal, and there is no abnormal situation. However, the phone cards of the two local mobile phone operators used by the reporter have been unable to communicate normally, and the optical fiber network can still be used normally. The reporter learned that communication between Naypyidaw, the capital of Myanmar, and the outside world has been interrupted.

The business office of the Chinese Embassy in Myanmar, informed by wechat group of Chinese funded enterprises, asked Chinese citizens to make emergency preparations, do not panic and report to the Embassy in time. (reporter Zhang Dongqiang, Che Hongliang)

What happened when Aung San Suu Kyi was detained in Myanmar? Communication between Myanmar's capital and the outside world was interrupted

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