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Myanmar coup opponents face possible charges for social media comments

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Cases have been filed against seven well-known personalities in Myanmar over comments made on social media which could threaten national stability, the army’s True News information team said on Saturday.

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All those named are opponents of the February 1 coup in which elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi was detained. The majority are also supporters of her National League for Democracy party.

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