An image of a Myanmar military leader was destroyed during a protest in Bangkok, Thailand, on February 1 over the seizure of power by the army in Myanmar.
Myanmar’s military TV channel confirmed a state of emergency had been declared for one year and power was being handed to commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing, according to media reports.
The NLD won sufficient seats to form a government in the November election; however, the army has called the election fraudulent.
A protest was held outside the embassy of Myanmar in Bangkok following the seizure of power. This footage shows part of the protest, including the destruction of an image of Hlaing. Credit: Natty Tangmeesang via Storyful