JUST NOW: The roaring noise in the background is from each and every citizens beating drums or any object that make loud noise showing disapproval of #Myanmarmilitarycoup, started exactly at 8pm and still going on right now. It's like the whole city! pic.twitter.com/xO54ahaaWd— Hnin Zaw (@hninyadanazaw) February 2, 2021
We have entered the civil disobedience portion of the coup. Tomorrow should be very interesting. (As if every day in a coup isn't). I'm also hearing cars on the larger street blasting their horns as they drive down the main roads. pic.twitter.com/WQH1MJOHyw— Aye Min Thant (@the_ayeminthant) February 2, 2021
THREAD: 1) First “Civil Disobedience Movement” against newly formed Myanmar military government has initiated by government-run hospital doctors in Mandalay.— Hnin Zaw (@hninyadanazaw) February 2, 2021
Three cars with Myanmar just drive past blasting patriotic music. The back of the truck was loaded with men carrying swords. pic.twitter.com/P1FvTbbFfv— Aye Min Thant (@the_ayeminthant) February 1, 2021
On Tuesday morning, independent news organizations reported that the imprisoned politicians had begun being released to house arrest.
Ultra-nationalists took to the streets to celebrate the coup in Myanmar. A photographer at the scene was beaten up. pic.twitter.com/vc04EIvZJW— Myanmar Now (@Myanmar_Now_Eng) February 1, 2021
Good news! MPs can go home now. Friends and journalists are waiting at the entrance of Municipal Guesthous. No one has come out yet. Can read here-https://t.co/2jagTIedmh— Ei Ei Toe Lwin (@eieitoelwin) February 2, 2021