MANDALAY – The civilian leader of Myanmar’s government in hiding vowed to continue supporting a “revolution” to oust the military that seized power in last month’s coup, as security forces again met protesters with lethal forces, killing at least seven.
Mahn Win Khaing Than, who was named the acting vice president by Myanmar's ousted lawmakers and is a member of deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s party, addressed the public on Saturday for the first time since the Feb.
1 military takeover. “This is the darkest moment of the nation and the moment that the dawn is close,” he said in a video posted on the shadow government’s website and social media. “In order to form a federal democracy, which all ethnic brothers who have been suffering