Yangon (Burma), Feb 13- The Burmese came out again this Saturday, a week after the start of street protests against the military coup, to demand the return of democracy while arrests continue to increase.
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The military government, headed by General Min Aung Hlaing, justifies the seizure of power due to an alleged electoral fraud in the elections last November, in which the National League for Democracy, the party led by Suu Kyi, swept away, as it already did. in 2015.
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