Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

February 7th, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 7 February 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,954) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,845) people are currently under detention, (2,338) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of February 7, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,815) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

On February 3 at around 6 p.m., junta forces fired an artillery shell at Tan Shin Village, Palaw Township, Tanintharyi Region. The shell exploded on a house in the village, killing a woman named Than Maw on the spot and injuring a child. They were both in the house at the time.

In addition, on February 1, 2023, the Sagaing Region Indaw Township Court sentenced Yin Yin Thein to serve 18 months in prison with hard labor under Penal Code Section 505A. Yin Yin Thein was a freelance reporter and a secretary at Sagaing Region Journalist Association. She is from Na Bar Village, Indaw Township. She was arrested in November 2021 for allegedly “defaming the State and terrorizing [government] staff” by posting on social media.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offenses. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Sentenced – bit.ly/3WP0sla 

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Sector Data of Definition AAPP – Sector_Data_Definition (2-Feb-2023)

Special Condition Data Definition – Special_Condition_Data_Definition (2-Feb-2023)

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

February 6th, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 6 February 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,954) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,829) people are currently under detention, (2,317) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of February 6, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,815) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

According to information gathered today, on February 2 at around 9 a.m., approximately 30 junta personnel opened fire on and raided Ta Tar Oo Village in Sagaing Township, Sagaing Region. During the raid, the junta killed Linn Yupar Myo, age 6, by shooting her in the stomach. Furthermore, over 60 houses in the village were set on fire.

In addition, on February 3, the special court inside Obo Prison sentenced Mandalay Mayor Dr. Ye Lwin to serve an additional two years in prison under Penal Code Section 409. He was previously sentenced in December 2021 to serve two years in prison under Penal Code Section 505(b).

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offenses. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Sentenced – bit.ly/3WP0sla 

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Sector Data of Definition AAPP – Sector_Data_Definition (2-Feb-2023)

Special Condition Data Definition – Special_Condition_Data_Definition (2-Feb-2023)

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

February 3rd, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 3 February 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,951) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,825) people are currently under detention, (2,311) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of February 3, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,796) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

According to information gathered today, on February 1, 2023, the junta raided and indiscriminately fired both heavy and light weaponry into Nyaung Pin Thar Village, Kawlin Township, Sagaing Region. During the raid, the junta shot Zaw Min Khaing and injured three other villagers.

In addition, on January 31, the Kachin State Mogaung Township Court sentenced Aung Htay Oo to three years in prison with hard labor under Section 52(a) of the Counter-Terrorism Law. Aung Htay Oo was the NLD Party Chairman in Sar Hmaw Village. He was accused of supporting the PDF and was arrested in his home on September 25, 2022.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offenses. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Sentenced – bit.ly/3WP0sla 

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Sector Data of Definition AAPP – Sector_Data_Definition (2-Feb-2023)

Special Condition Data Definition – Special_Condition_Data_Definition (2-Feb-2023)

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

February 2nd, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 2 February 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,948) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,793) people are currently under detention, (2,302) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of February 2, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,787) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

According to information gathered today, Soe Yadanar Oo, a resident of Za Bu Thi Ri Township, Nay Pyi Taw, was accused of posting about the silent strike on social media. The junta arrested her on January 30. On the following day, the junta charged her under Section 52-a of the Counter Terrorism Law in Za Bu Thi Ri Township Court.

In addition, Hla Aung, a resident of Aung Chan Thar Ward, Indaw Township, Sagaing Region, was in front of his house taking photos of the empty streets during the silent strike on February 1. The junta’s patrolling police encountered him taking photos and arrested him.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Sentenced – bit.ly/3WP0sla 

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Sector Data of Definition AAPP – Sector_Data_Definition (2-Feb-2023)

Special Condition Data Definition – Special_Condition_Data_Definition (2-Feb-2023)

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

 

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

February 1st, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 1 February 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,947) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,787) people are currently under detention, (2,299) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of February 1, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,787) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

According to information gathered today, on January 27, the junta attacked Kokko Kone Village, Kawlin Township, Sagaing Region, with two fighter aircrafts. During the attack, the junta shot local Khaing Zin Nwe in the head, killing her on the spot.

In addition, on January 30 at 8 p.m., in Ngwe Twin Village, Ayadaw Township, Sagaing Region, junta forces and the local Pyu Saw Htee arrested three villagers for questioning. Those villagers were Zaw Naing, Kyaw Min Soe, and Shit Bot. On January 31, the junta told Kyaw Min Soe’s family members to come and pick up his body. The condition of the other two locals is still unknown.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Sentenced – bit.ly/3WNWRnq

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Graphs of arrest and death data as of January 31, 2023 collected and compiled by the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) since the February 1, 2021 military coup.

February 1st, 2023 Posted in Monthly Data Dashboard since Coup, Slide show, Statements | Comments Off on Graphs of arrest and death data as of January 31, 2023 collected and compiled by the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) since the February 1, 2021 military coup.

*The percentages shown in the graphs are calculated from the total number of arrested and killed according to that issue.*

“Total Killed” means the total number of civilians and pro-democracy activists killed by the junta and pro-military groups.
“Total Arrested” means the total number of political prisoners arrested since the coup.
“Still Detained” means the total number of political prisoners who remain detained including those sentenced, in prisons,
interrogation centers, police custody, military barracks, and other detention places.
“Percentage” means the proportion of one factor in relation to the whole arrested or killed.

Two Years Since the Failed Junta Coup

February 1st, 2023 Posted in Slide show, Statements | Comments Off on Two Years Since the Failed Junta Coup

February 1, 2023

Today, February 1, 2023, will mark two years since the junta illegally seized power from a civilian government freely and credibly elected by the people of Burma.

Since the launch of the failed coup until this day, the junta has been detaining, torturing, and killing innocent civilians; looting and seizing the people’s properties; committing arson in towns and villages; and other such atrocities on a daily basis. Now, the junta wants to prolong its power by attempting to hold a sham election using unscrupulous and ruthless means.

According to AAPP documentation, from the day of the attempted coup to January 31, 2023, the junta has killed 2940 pro-democracy supporters and innocent civilians, and arrested 17572 political prisoners, all of whom will have endured physical and or mental torture.

In the midst of this, there are 101 people sentenced to death in detention and 42 people have been sentenced to death in absentia; a total 143 people sentenced to death in and outside of prison. Up until this day, 13763 are still detained, with 2771 women (including girls), and 377 children (male and female) among them. These are the numbers verified by AAPP; the actual numbers are likely much higher.

AAPP Secretary Ko Tate Naing said, “The terrorist junta has been committing violations amounting to war crimes, crime against humanity since the first day of the coup. The people do not accept the cruelty of the junta and have been revolting against its regime in any way they can since the day of the coup. Soon, the junta will face accountability for what they have committed.”

Joint-Secretary Ko Bo Kyi said, “Because of the junta’s reckless actions, not only is our domestic peace and stability being violated, but also the peace and stability of our neighboring countries. The international community should not only condemn these acts, they must take immediate, effective action in response. It is the only way innocent civilians can be protected.”

Since its foundation, AAPP has been diligently and tirelessly working for the unconditional release of all the political prisoners, uncovering truth to ensure justice for victims, in any and all ways we can.

We take this moment to urge governments and other international actors, including United Nations mechanisms and international non-governmental organizations to protect the civilians of Burma. Our people need safeguards from human rights violations. The widely condemned junta must be dealt immediate and effective action, using international law and other instruments, to end its egregious crimes.

Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP)

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Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

January 31st, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 31 January 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,940) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,763) people are currently under detention, (2,278) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of January 31, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,785) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

According to information gathered today, on January 30, the Special Court inside Pathein Prison sentenced Dr. Hla Myat Thway, Minister of Social Affairs of the Ayeyarwady Region Government, to two years’ imprisonment under Section 505 (b) of the Penal Code. After being under house arrest in government housing in Ayeyarwady Region since February 1, 2021, she was transferred to Pathein Prison on December 30, 2022.

In addition, on January 29, junta forces raided Maubin East Village, Shwebo Township, Sagaing Region, and set houses on fire. The junta also killed two villagers, Myint Thant and Kan Htoo, and burnt their bodies. On the morning of January 30, the locals found their bodies after the junta left the village.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

January 30th, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 30 January 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,901) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,719) people are currently under detention, (2,216) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of January 30, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,781) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

According to information gathered today, on January 9, the Hopong Township Court sentenced U Kyaw Zay Ya to one year’s imprisonment under Section 505A of the Penal Code. U Kyaw Zay Ya was the Editor in Chief of Kanbawza Tai News Agency based in Taunggyi Township, Shan State. He was arrested in Gyobingauk Township, Bago Region, on December 25, 2022, while he was fleeing Taunggyi Township.

In addition, on January 27 at around 8 a.m., without a battle taking place, the junta’s Hopin Town-based Infantry Battalion 40 fired heavy weaponry indiscriminately into Nant Yin Village, Hopin Township, Kachin State. As a result, Mi Kyi and her son Sai Sai were struck by an artillery shell while going to the fields. The artillery shell killed Sai Sai on the spot and injured Mi Kyi, who received treatment at Myitkyina Hospital.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

January 27th, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 27 January 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,894) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,689) people are currently under detention, (2,174) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of January 27, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,779) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

According to information gathered today, on January 24, a clash broke out between the People’s Defence Force and the junta in Tanintharyi Township, Tanintharyi Region. Afterwards, the junta indiscriminately fired heavy weaponry into nearby villages, killing Thein Khin, age 90, from Ou Yin Kan Village.

In addition, on January 25, more than 100 junta personnel raided Ma Kyi Kone Village, Thabeikkyin Township, Mandalay Region. The junta arrested and killed villager Min Maung. They also arrested Min Maung’s wife, 16-year-old son, and 10-year-old daughter.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

January 26th, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 26 January 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,892) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,680) people are currently under detention, (2,173) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of January 26, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,777) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

According to information gathered today, on January 24 at around 3 p.m., the junta and pro-junta Pyu Saw Htee raided and seized U Zaw Oo’s house in Kyauk Ni Maw Village, Launglon Township, Tanintharyi Region. U Zaw Oo has not lived in that house since the coup. The junta and Pyu Saw Htee also arrested two women. One of the women is a cousin of U Zaw Oo, and the other is Ma Ei Ei Phyo.

In addition, on January 23 in Tamu Township, Sagaing Region, three youth traveling from Kyun Pin Thar Village to Tamu Town were interrogated by the junta in front of a military camp in Koon Taung Village. The junta arrested them, accusing them of contacting the People’s Defence Force, and killed them. Those three youth were Let Ming Thang from Kyun Pin Thar Village, Shwe Ming Thang and Ngam Ming Hau, age 17, both from Myot Ma 14 Section in Chaung Natt Gyi Village. The junta did not return their dead bodies to their families.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

January 25th, 2023 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 25 January 2023

Since the February 1, 2021, military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2,827) people, including pro-democracy activists and other civilians, have been killed through military crackdowns following pro-democracy movements.

Since the coup, a total of (13,658) people are currently under detention, (2,170) of whom are serving sentences. There are a total of (101) post-coup death row prisoners as of January 25, 2023. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (143) people who have been sentenced to death. (24) people have been released on bail, and (3,775) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly.

According to information gathered today, on January 22 at around 10 p.m., three NLD members – Ko Gyi, his younger brother Zaw Gyi, and Zaw Gyi’s wife – were arrested in their home by junta forces in great numbers. They were living in Inn Tae Ei Kin Ward, Aungmyaythazan Township, Mandalay Region.

In addition, on January 23, junta forces raided villages in Yinmarbin Township, Sagaing Region. During the raid, the junta arrested Nay Tun and killed him by cutting off his head and arm. Nay Tun was from Na Buu Taw Village. He was living in Than Pa Yar Pin Yoe cluster in the northern part of Sone Chaung Village.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences, and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

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