More than two years since the February 2021 military coup in Myanmar, the junta’s atrocities continue to escalate, driving the country further into a humanitarian and human rights catastrophe. The junta’s widespread and systematic abuses – including extrajudicial killings, torture, and indiscriminate attacks on civilians – amount to crimes against humanity and war crimes. The military has extended a “state of emergency” and slated sham “elections” for 2023 in a bid to gain legitimacy. The international response to the crisis has been weak, without adequate coordination and enforcement of real consequences for the junta’s crimes.


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