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On the frontline of Myanmar's coup protests: ‘We don’t accept this dictatorship’ - video

Wai Yan Phyo Mo is one of the leaders of the protest movement in Myanmar who have taken to the streets to oppose the military coup which removed the ruling NLD party from power. The coup has exploded simmering resentments across the country about low standards of living and discrimination against ethnic groups. Against a backdrop of military forces threatening protesters with worsening violence, Wai Yan pledges that civil disobedience will mean the end of the regime, and we follow him on the streets and in his safe house

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