The anti-coup demonstrators in Myanmar became more and more frustrated.
Reuters reported that the authorities in Yangon used loudspeakers on Monday to appeal to the residents of the city not to litter everywhere. Human rights organizations immediately called on the people to respond to the national disobedience movement on social media platforms and have a “garbage strike” on Tuesday.
The rights protection organization said: “A garbage strike is a strike against soldiers. Everyone can participate.”
Photos uploaded to social media platforms showed demonstrators piled up piles of garbage on the street.