WORLD Myanmar's regional, state chief ministers released after detention by military

WORLD

Myanmar's regional, state chief ministers released after detention by military

Xinhua

08:13, February 03, 2021

Soldiers stand guard in City Hall in Yangon, Myanmar, Feb. 2, 2021. A majority of regional and state chief ministers were released on Tuesday after the military's one-day detention, a senior military official told Xinhua. Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President U Win Myint and other senior officials of the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) had been detained by the military early on Monday. The President's Office declared the state of emergency for one year and the state power was handed over to Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services after the government leaders were detained on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Dongqiang)

Security guards are seen at the entrance of the City Hall in Yangon, Myanmar, Feb. 2, 2021. A majority of regional and state chief ministers were released on Tuesday after the military's one-day detention, a senior military official told Xinhua. Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President U Win Myint and other senior officials of the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) had been detained by the military early on Monday. The President's Office declared the state of emergency for one year and the state power was handed over to Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services after the government leaders were detained on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Dongqiang)

Vendors sell products in Yangon, Myanmar, Feb. 2, 2021. A majority of regional and state chief ministers were released on Tuesday after the military's one-day detention, a senior military official told Xinhua. Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President U Win Myint and other senior officials of the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) had been detained by the military early on Monday. The President's Office declared the state of emergency for one year and the state power was handed over to Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services after the government leaders were detained on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Dongqiang)

A vendor crosses the street in Yangon, Myanmar, Feb. 2, 2021. A majority of regional and state chief ministers were released on Tuesday after the military's one-day detention, a senior military official told Xinhua. Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President U Win Myint and other senior officials of the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) had been detained by the military early on Monday. The President's Office declared the state of emergency for one year and the state power was handed over to Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services after the government leaders were detained on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Dongqiang)

Vendors cross the street in Yangon, Myanmar, Feb. 2, 2021. A majority of regional and state chief ministers were released on Tuesday after the military's one-day detention, a senior military official told Xinhua. Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President U Win Myint and other senior officials of the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) had been detained by the military early on Monday. The President's Office declared the state of emergency for one year and the state power was handed over to Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services after the government leaders were detained on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Dongqiang)

A pedicab driver is seen in Yangon, Myanmar, Feb. 2, 2021. A majority of regional and state chief ministers were released on Tuesday after the military's one-day detention, a senior military official told Xinhua. Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President U Win Myint and other senior officials of the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) had been detained by the military early on Monday. The President's Office declared the state of emergency for one year and the state power was handed over to Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services after the government leaders were detained on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Dongqiang)

Passengers are seen at a bus stop in Yangon, Myanmar, Feb. 2, 2021. A majority of regional and state chief ministers were released on Tuesday after the military's one-day detention, a senior military official told Xinhua. Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President U Win Myint and other senior officials of the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) had been detained by the military early on Monday. The President's Office declared the state of emergency for one year and the state power was handed over to Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services after the government leaders were detained on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Dongqiang)

People wait for bus at a bus stop in Yangon, Myanmar, Feb. 2, 2021. A majority of regional and state chief ministers were released on Tuesday after the military's one-day detention, a senior military official told Xinhua. Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President U Win Myint and other senior officials of the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) had been detained by the military early on Monday. The President's Office declared the state of emergency for one year and the state power was handed over to Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services after the government leaders were detained on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Dongqiang)

Soldiers stand guard in City Hall in Yangon, Myanmar, Feb. 2, 2021. A majority of regional and state chief ministers were released on Tuesday after the military's one-day detention, a senior military official told Xinhua. Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President U Win Myint and other senior officials of the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) had been detained by the military early on Monday. The President's Office declared the state of emergency for one year and the state power was handed over to Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services after the government leaders were detained on Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Dongqiang)

Terms of Service & Privacy Policy

We have updated our privacy policy to comply with the latest laws and regulations. The updated policy explains the mechanism of how we collect and treat your personal data. You can learn more about the rights you have by reading our terms of service. Please read them carefully. By clicking AGREE, you indicate that you have read and agreed to our privacy policies

Agree and continue