Prison staff are subjecting male and female political prisoners in Myingyan Prison to physical and psychological abuse.
Thwarted by widespread civil disobedience and armed resistance, the military’s bid to illegitimately seize power has failed, bringing only civil war and economic collapse.
The Myanmar Accountability Project urged the International Criminal Court to investigate the junta’s widespread use of torture and to hold its leader accountable.
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.
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.