Myanmar’s military government on May 4 announced a ban on satellite TV in the country on the grounds of undermining national security.
Satellite TV is no longer legal. Anyone who violates the television and video laws, especially those using satellite pans, will be sentenced to one year in prison and 500,000 kyat (about $ 320) fine. Illegal media outlets are broadcasting information that undermines national security, law and public order, and encourages traitors, ”the statement was published by Myanmar broadcaster MRTV. father said.
|The people of Myanmar protested the coup. Photo: Reuters|
According to the Australian news site Manningrivertimes, Myanmar fell into political turmoil after the country’s army carried out a coup on February 1 and arrested Myanmar Senior State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and many leaders. the other belongs to the National Coalition for Democracy (NLD).
Then, protests involving thousands of people erupted across Myanmar.
Statistics from the Association for Supporting Political Prisoners (AAPP) show that at least 760 people have been killed since protests broke out in the Southeast Asian country.
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