Mass Protests: School Teachers and Security Forces

mass protests: The junta has insisted schools open on Tuesday after a year's absence due to COVID-19, but many educators had already decided they could not return to a job they love, according to The Japan Times. I'm not afraid of their arrest and torture, said Shwe Nadi, a teacher from the commercial capital Yangon. Four months of national turmoil have followed the February ouster of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, with more than 800 people killed by security forces and a nationwide strike crippling the economy. ; Public school teachers dressed in the green and white uniforms mandated by the education ministry were prominent in the early mass protests, joining railway workers, doctors and civil servants on the streets. Her name has been changed for her safety. The 28-year-old was fired for supporting the civil disobedience movement one of the thousands of teachers and academics the junta has sacked. I'm afraid of becoming a teacher who teaches the students propaganda. ( As reported in the news.

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