Seeing the intensification of the repression since the coup d’état of February 1, the arrest of Aung San Suu Kyi and the leaders of his party, the Burmese soldiers remain the same as themselves, relentless and stateless. soul. Always against ethnic minorities, a violence that has reached its climax in recent years with the unbridled persecution of the small Muslim community of the Rohingyas, against the revolt of the monks in 2007 and today against their own people who dared to challenge them. once again by voting overwhelmingly for Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy in the November legislative elections. In the aftermath of the army’s coup against his government, ASSK was formally charged with importing and illegally using walkie-talkies. Then, she was the subject of three new indictments, including violating the law on the management of natural disasters and corruption. The process is not new and the centurions have been used to it since General Ne Win’s coup d’état against Prime Minister U Nu in 1962.