People in Yangon clatter pans and tins to make noise to protest the military coup on February 2, 2021. Photo: AFP People in Yangon clatter pans and tins to make noise to protest the military coup on February 2, 2021. Photo: AFP
People in Yangon clatter pans and tins to make noise to protest the military coup on February 2, 2021. Photo: AFP
Myanmar

In Myanmar, noisy ‘protests’ erupt against military coup, as doctors join campaign of civil disobedience

  • People in Yangon chanted ‘evil be gone’ and banged on metal pots late on Tuesday in a traditional gesture to drive away evil or bad karma
  • Meanwhile, doctors in at least 20 government hospitals joined a campaign of civil disobedience, with some pictured wearing protest slogans

Topic |   Myanmar
People in Yangon clatter pans and tins to make noise to protest the military coup on February 2, 2021. Photo: AFP People in Yangon clatter pans and tins to make noise to protest the military coup on February 2, 2021. Photo: AFP
People in Yangon clatter pans and tins to make noise to protest the military coup on February 2, 2021. Photo: AFP
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