U Myo Myo Kyaw, who was elected in 2020, was detained by the junta last month and died after enduring torture at the Northern Command HQ, relatives and colleagues said.
Mon State MP U Kyaw Myo Min’s body was found with signs of torture in Bilin Township near the spot where two NLD members detained with him were found dead last week.
The two were detained alongside NLD Mon State lawmaker U Kyaw Myo Min last week; a local resistance group said the pair were tortured before being shot dead.
A junta court sentenced veteran NLD member Daw Win Mya Mya, 73, to three years in prison for allegedly organizing anti-regime protests and urging state workers to strike.
A regime tribunal handed death sentences to U Phyo Zeyar Thaw, a former National League for Democracy MP, and activist Ko Jimmy for violating the counterterrorism act.
More than 200 troops entered Lay Kay Kaw new city near Myawaddy, which has become a magnet for regime opponents; an NLD lawmaker was among those detained.
Former NLD lawmaker U Phyo Zeya Thaw was a rapper, activist, political prisoner and MP before his recent arrest by the junta, which has branded him a key enemy.
Former National League for Democracy MP and hip-hop star U Phyo Zeya Thaw is accused of masterminding a spate of recent deadly attacks against regime forces in Yangon.
Sought by the junta, NLD member Myat Thida Htun draws strength from her last conversation with her father, who passed away after going into hiding following the coup.
Nearly a dozen detainees who were released from a prison in Mandalay’s Meiktila on Monday were taken away by police on the same day and now face terrorism charges.