The regime has targeted properties mainly owned by elected NLD lawmakers, celebrities, journalists, striking civil servants and others active in the anti-regime movement.
The Irrawaddy looks at the individuals, groups and forces that shaped the course of events in one of the most tumultuous years in Myanmar’s modern history.
Twelve of those have died while in the regime’s custody, seven while being tortured during interrogation, said the party, which won last year’s election in a landslide.
A former and two recently elected NLD lawmakers in Magwe are the latest to have their property confiscated by the regime; they have also been charged with sedition.
A year after the election that should have seen them take up seats in Parliament, NLD MPs said they will never yield to the junta’s campaign of terror against them.
A whole new set of military, economic and social dynamics, both inside and outside the country, will make it much harder for the generals to impose their will this time.