Protesters in Myanmar Use Easter Eggs To Show Their Dissatisfaction With Military

People protesting against the military rule in Myanmar have put messages on Easter eggs that express their dissatisfaction with the regime.
On Easter, thousands of people took to the streets, protesting against the Feb. 1 coup and against the killing of three men.
As part of an improvised demonstration, the protesters wrote messages like Spring Revolution, We Must Win, and Get MAH. MAH is short for the leader of the Myanmar military, Min Aung Hlaing.
The international envoy for the civilian government that replaced the military, Dr. Sasa, believes that Easter is about the future and that the people of Myanmar deserve to enjoy a good future in a democracy.
Like Madonna, Sasa, only uses her first name, belongs to an ethnic Christian minority in the mostly Buddhist country.
Quirky rebellions, civil disobedience, and protests have been part of the campaign against the Myanmar military.
Despite a bloody massacre and arrests of activists, protesters have gone onto the streets day and night. They do not like the return of military rule after they took tentative steps toward democracy.
It was revealed by the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP), an activist group that keeps track of arrests and killings, that the death toll has risen to 557 since the February 1st military coup.
In the capital Naypyidaw, newly created by the military, two men were killed by police on motorcycles. In Bhamo, a northern Myanmar town, another man was killed.
A medic was shot and left bleeding unattended on a street in Mandalay, the second-largest city in Myanmar, according to a photo posted on social media.
Reporters attempted to talk to the Myanmar military and police about the killings, but they refused to answer the phones.

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