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Puluhan Wanita Bergaun Pengantin Ikut Protes Kudeta Myanmar

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Kamis, 11 Feb 2021 16:20 WIB

Yangon - Warga Myanmar terus berunjuk rasa menentang kudeta yang dilakukan Militer Myanmar. Puluhan wanita ikut serta dalam aksi tersebut menggunakan gaun pengantin.

YANGON, MYANMAR - FEBRUARY 09: Protesters cover themselves with large plastic sheets to protect themselves from possible water canon use against them on February 09, 2021 in Yangon, Myanmar. Myanmar declared martial law in parts of the country, including its two largest cities, as massive protests continued to draw people to the streets a week after the country's military junta staged a coup against the elected National League For Democracy (NLD) government and detained de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Police fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and water cannon to disperse protesters at demonstrations across the country, and at least two people were in critical condition from the injuries sustained. (Photo by Hkun Lat/Getty Images)

Para pengunjuk rasa yang mengenakan kostum pengantin ikut serta dalam protes menentang kudeta militer di Yangon, Myanmar, Rabu (10/2/2021) waktu setempat.

YANGON, MYANMAR - FEBRUARY 09: Protesters cover themselves with large plastic sheets to protect themselves from possible water canon use against them on February 09, 2021 in Yangon, Myanmar. Myanmar declared martial law in parts of the country, including its two largest cities, as massive protests continued to draw people to the streets a week after the country's military junta staged a coup against the elected National League For Democracy (NLD) government and detained de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Police fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and water cannon to disperse protesters at demonstrations across the country, and at least two people were in critical condition from the injuries sustained. (Photo by Hkun Lat/Getty Images)

Puluhan wanita itu tampil anggun dengan gaun penganting warna-warni.  

YANGON, MYANMAR - FEBRUARY 09: Protesters cover themselves with large plastic sheets to protect themselves from possible water canon use against them on February 09, 2021 in Yangon, Myanmar. Myanmar declared martial law in parts of the country, including its two largest cities, as massive protests continued to draw people to the streets a week after the country's military junta staged a coup against the elected National League For Democracy (NLD) government and detained de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Police fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and water cannon to disperse protesters at demonstrations across the country, and at least two people were in critical condition from the injuries sustained. (Photo by Hkun Lat/Getty Images)

Warga Myanmar terus melakukan aksi unjuk rasa sejak militer negara itu melancarkan kudeta terhadap pemerintah Liga Nasional Untuk Demokrasi (NLD) terpilih dan dan menahan pemimpin de facto Aung San Suu Kyi.

YANGON, MYANMAR - FEBRUARY 09: Protesters cover themselves with large plastic sheets to protect themselves from possible water canon use against them on February 09, 2021 in Yangon, Myanmar. Myanmar declared martial law in parts of the country, including its two largest cities, as massive protests continued to draw people to the streets a week after the country's military junta staged a coup against the elected National League For Democracy (NLD) government and detained de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Police fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and water cannon to disperse protesters at demonstrations across the country, and at least two people were in critical condition from the injuries sustained. (Photo by Hkun Lat/Getty Images)

Polisi menembakkan peluru karet, gas air mata, dan meriam air untuk membubarkan pengunjuk rasa.

YANGON, MYANMAR - FEBRUARY 09: Protesters cover themselves with large plastic sheets to protect themselves from possible water canon use against them on February 09, 2021 in Yangon, Myanmar. Myanmar declared martial law in parts of the country, including its two largest cities, as massive protests continued to draw people to the streets a week after the country's military junta staged a coup against the elected National League For Democracy (NLD) government and detained de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Police fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and water cannon to disperse protesters at demonstrations across the country, and at least two people were in critical condition from the injuries sustained. (Photo by Hkun Lat/Getty Images)

Namun warga masih terus melakukan aksi protes di jalan.  

Puluhan Wanita Bergaun Pengantin Ikut Protes Kudeta Myanmar
Puluhan Wanita Bergaun Pengantin Ikut Protes Kudeta Myanmar
Puluhan Wanita Bergaun Pengantin Ikut Protes Kudeta Myanmar
Puluhan Wanita Bergaun Pengantin Ikut Protes Kudeta Myanmar
Puluhan Wanita Bergaun Pengantin Ikut Protes Kudeta Myanmar