Barack Obama condemns violence against civilians in Myanmar

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The former President of the United States, Barack Obama, has condemned the continuous violence against civilians in Myanmar.

Obama, who expressed his displeasure at the military brutality against the civilians, called on world leaders to pay attention to the country.

“The world’s attention must remain on Myanmar, where I’ve been appalled by heartbreaking violence against civilians and inspired by the nationwide movement that represents the voice of the people,” Obama wrote on his Facebook page on Monday April 26, 2021.

He stated that the military’s illegitimate and brutal effort to impose its will after a decade of greater freedoms will clearly never be accepted by the people and should not be accepted by the wider world.

“I support efforts by the Biden Administration and like-minded countries to impose costs on the military and support a return to a democratic path.

“Myanmar’s neighbors should recognize that a murderous regime rejected by the people will only bring greater instability, humanitarian crisis, and the risk of a failed state. Within Myanmar, those who seek a future rooted in democratic principles should continue to forge solidarity across ethnic and religious groups,” the former US leader said.

He added, “These are dark times, but I have been moved by the unity, resilience, and commitment to democratic values demonstrated by so many Burmese, which offers hope for the kind of future Myanmar can have through leaders who respect the will of the people.”

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