UN human rights chief warns of possible collapse in Burma

UN human rights chief warns of possible collapse in Burma  The current situation in Myanmar National economy; Education UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet told the 49th session of the UN Human Rights Council on Monday that health and welfare systems were on the verge of collapse.  In Myanmar, 2021 He said the human rights situation of the Burmese people was still in crisis 13 months after the military coup on February 1.  The country's health system is collapsing. Commissioner Michelle Bachelet said control of the Kovi-19 virus had weakened and that the country's development had been hampered by internal conflicts and the military's abuse of power.  In addition, hundreds of armed groups have sprung up in previously stable areas across Burma, and as a result, the country's humanitarian crisis continues to escalate. The economy was on the verge of collapse. Commissioner Michelle Bachelet says humanitarian aid has now been provided to more than 14.4 million people.  The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has warned that food insecurity is likely to increase rapidly in the coming months, with nearly half of Burma's population living in poverty by 2022 due to a military coup and the Kovis-19 epidemic.   Meanwhile, credible sources say more than 1,600 peaceful protesters were killed and at least 350 were killed during military detention. Michelle Bachelet put the death toll at more than 21 percent.  2021 More than 500,000 people have been forcibly displaced since February, and at least 15,000 people have been displaced. 2021 Before February, there were nearly 340,000 displaced people and more than one million Rohingya. He said the remaining Rohingya in Burma were denied freedom of movement and access to services.  In addition, the military has carried out more than 400 attacks in densely populated areas. Other buildings, including churches and shops; Thousands of homes were destroyed. The World Health Organization (WHO) has been working since February 2021. There have been at least 286 attacks on health care facilities and staff. Bachelet said the military's attacks on all opposition and civilians have intensified.  Some international critics say Burma's once-bright future is fading and heading for a failed state.  In addition, the world's major powers, ASEAN countries must work with the international community to put pressure on the Burmese military. Some countries are urging the country and its people to return to democracy.  The Human Rights Council Conference will run until April 1.

The current situation in Myanmar National economy; Education UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet told the 49th session of the UN Human Rights Council on Monday that health and welfare systems were on the verge of collapse.

In Myanmar, 2021 He said the human rights situation of the Burmese people was still in crisis 13 months after the military coup on February 1.

The country's health system is collapsing. Commissioner Michelle Bachelet said control of the Kovi-19 virus had weakened and that the country's development had been hampered by internal conflicts and the military's abuse of power.

In addition, hundreds of armed groups have sprung up in previously stable areas across Burma, and as a result, the country's humanitarian crisis continues to escalate. The economy was on the verge of collapse. Commissioner Michelle Bachelet says humanitarian aid has now been provided to more than 14.4 million people.

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has warned that food insecurity is likely to increase rapidly in the coming months, with nearly half of Burma's population living in poverty by 2022 due to a military coup and the Kovis-19 epidemic.


Meanwhile, credible sources say more than 1,600 peaceful protesters were killed and at least 350 were killed during military detention. Michelle Bachelet put the death toll at more than 21 percent.

2021 More than 500,000 people have been forcibly displaced since February, and at least 15,000 people have been displaced. 2021 Before February, there were nearly 340,000 displaced people and more than one million Rohingya. He said the remaining Rohingya in Burma were denied freedom of movement and access to services.

In addition, the military has carried out more than 400 attacks in densely populated areas. Other buildings, including churches and shops; Thousands of homes were destroyed. The World Health Organization (WHO) has been working since February 2021. There have been at least 286 attacks on health care facilities and staff. Bachelet said the military's attacks on all opposition and civilians have intensified.

Some international critics say Burma's once-bright future is fading and heading for a failed state.

In addition, the world's major powers, ASEAN countries must work with the international community to put pressure on the Burmese military. Some countries are urging the country and its people to return to democracy.

The Human Rights Council Conference will run until April 1.
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