Tell us: how have you been affected by the situation in Myanmar?

We would like to hear from people in Myanmar and those who are part of the diaspora on how they feel about the military coup

Soldiers stand guard on a blockaded road to Myanmar's parliament in Naypyidaw.
Myanmar: soldiers take to the streets in Yangon and Naypyidaw – video

Last modified on Mon 1 Feb 2021 04.42 EST

A military coup in Myanmar has taken control of the country as Aung San Suu Kyi and other figures from the ruling party were detained by the army.

We would like to hear from people in Myanmar about the situation inside the country and also from those who are part of the diaspora.

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