Myanmar military junta arrests prominent trade union leader

Myanmar military junta arrests prominent trade union leader

The Guardian

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Daw Myo Aye, labour organiser and a leader of civil disobedience protests, dragged from office by army

One of Myanmar’s leading trade union leaders has been arrested as part of escalating attacks on pro-democracy figures by the military junta.

Daw Myo Aye, director of Solidarity Trade Union of Myanmar (STUM), one of Myanmar’s largest independent unions, is a central figure in the movement for workers’ rights.

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