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The Tatmadaw, the military junta that Myanmar's government on February the 1st, has access to Facebook. The Ministry of Communications a statement Facebook would halted in order to maintain "stability". The social media giant used by a majority of the population and the Tatmadaw sees it as a threat to its rule. In the days after the coup, a civil disobedience page that on Facebook over 200,000 followers. Human Rights Watch Asia said: "The Tatmadaw sees Facebook as its Internet nemesis because it's the dominant communication channel in the country and has hostile to the military." A Twitter user it was, "a ban on the Internet".

The Tatmadaw power from Myanmar's democratically civilian government. It immediately a yearlong state of emergency. The coup place after days of tension between the military and the government. The Tatmadaw to accept the results of November's national election, alleging massive voter fraud. It has former Minister of Foreign Affairs Aung San Suu Kyi, who is now held in detention at an undisclosed location. Authorities charges against her for allegedly illegally six unregistered walkie-talkie radios. The military also arrested former president Win Myint. He is charged with violating coronavirus containment measures during the election.

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