Today, the Special Advisory Council on Myanmar (SAC-M) criticized the UN Security Council’s response to the Myanmar Military Council’s violence as insufficient. On Monday, February 5, before the Security Council’s closed-door discussion on the situation in Myanmar began. SAC-M said this about the joint statement issued by the (9) member countries.

Ms. Yanghee Lee, one of the founders of the Special Advisory Group on Myanmar Affairs, SAC-M, former UN Special Representative for Myanmar, said that he himself failed to implement UN Security Council Resolution No. 2669, which called for an immediate end to all forms of violence in Myanmar. Military council forces dropped bombs on schools. It also pointed out that the Security Council held closed-door meetings and issued statements while people who supported the revolution were being burned alive.

He is also one of the co-founders of the Special Advisory Council on Myanmar Affairs. Marzuki Darusman, the former chairman of the UN’s Independent International Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) on Myanmar, said that the crisis in Myanmar is growing rapidly and the Myanmar people urgently need the support and protection of the UN Security Council.

Chris Sidoti, another former member of the UN Independent International Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) on Myanmar, also said that the UN Security Council should transfer the Myanmar Military Council to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for a long time. The Special Advisory Council on Myanmar (SAC-M) is a group formed to support the fight for human rights, peace, democracy, justice and accountability in Myanmar in response to the military coup.

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