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Myanmar: Labour leader Myo Myo Aye arrested by the military

The Director of Solidarity Trade Union of Myanmar (STUM) and woman labour rights defender Daw Myo Aye (also known as Myo Myo Aye) was arrested on 15 April 2021 and detained in Insein prison, notorious for its inhumane conditions. Daw Myo Aye faces charges for participating in the civil disobedience movement and leading protests. Local groups have expressed concerns over Daw Myo Aye’s health, which is deemed to be deteriorating rapidly. Medicines sent by her family have not reached her.

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