More than 1,000 Rohingya took part in each of the rallies in at least 29 camps, holding placards that read ‘Enough is Enough! Let's Go Home’.
Many in Myanmar feel solidarity with Ukrainians’ fight to repel Vladimir Putin’s military aggression, and see a common enemy in Russia, a strong supporter of the junta.
Threats of harsh punishment failed to deter people from staying at home on Tuesday as the population displayed its rejection of the junta a year after it seized power.
On this day a year ago, USDP vice chair U Khin Yi organized the first of a series of protests targeting the Union Election Commission for announcing the NLD’s poll win.