1,365 people have been killed by the junta regime during the last ten months under the coup in Myanmar, stated a briefing released by the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP).
The figure was collected and verified by the AAPP from February 1st to December 24th. However, the actual number of fatalities could be higher than this figure.
During the Spring Revolution, to date, 8,234 people are currently under detention and 313 people have been sentenced to imprisonment.
Among the imprisonment sentences, 36 people, including 2 children under 18 years old, have been sentenced to death.
There were 1,964 people who were currently evading arrest warrants. Among them, 39 have been sentenced to death in absentia and 118 have been sentenced in absentia. In total, 75 people have been sentenced to death.
On December 22nd, Vice President of the Pyithu Hluttaw, Tun Tun Hein, was sentenced to four years imprisonment with hard labor, under Section 505 (A) and (B) of the Penal Code by the Lashio Prison Court.
On December 22nd, Central Executive Member of Yangon University Students’ Union, Aung Hpone Maw was sentenced to three years imprisonment with hard labor, under Section 505 (A) of the Penal Code by the Insein Prison Court.
Aung Hpone Maw, a fourth-year student of the Mathematics Department at Yangon University was arrested on March 3rd during a protest held in Kyauk Myaung Ward in Tamwe Township.
Information related to abduction, detention, custodial sentences, fatalities and any charges against CSO leaders, civilians, activists, journalists, CDM workers, and others during the Spring Revolution should be submitted to the AAPP.