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BankTrack | Investing in the Military Cartel: Nine international banks invest over US$24 billion in companies linked to Myanmar regime and atrocities

On 1 February 2021, Myanmar’s military staged a coup in a brutal attempt to reimpose military rule, nullifying the results of the November 2020 elections, arresting and detaining democratically elected members of parliament and declaring a state of emergency. Over 820 civilians have been killed and thousands detained since the coup. Attacks against ethnic communities have intensified, including indiscriminate airstrikes. Gross human rights violations have become widespread and systematic, amounting to crimes against humanity.

On 1 February 2021, Myanmar’s military staged a coup in a brutal attempt to reimpose
military rule, nullifying the results of the November 2020 elections, arresting and detaining democratically elected members of parliament and declaring a state of emergency.
Over 820 civilians have been killed and thousands detained since the coup. Attacks against
ethnic communities have intensified, including indiscriminate airstrikes. Gross human
rights violations have become widespread and systematic, amounting to crimes against
humanity.

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