Protesting against another deadly weekend suppression on anti-coup protesters, doctors and nurses in central Union of Burma marched within the streets initially light-weight on Sunday, avoiding a confrontation with security forces.
The country has been in turmoil since troopers ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi last month, triggering nationwide protests stern a come back to democracy.
Security forces have responded with fatal force, mistreatment live rounds at the side of tear gas and rubber bullets in an attempt to bring the demonstrations to heel.
The violence didn’t deter many doctors and nurses donning laborious hats and brandishing posters of Suu Kyi as they marched through Mandalay, Myanmar´s second-largest town and cultural capital.
Mandalay has been the scene of a number of the worst violence from police and troops since the coup and native media aforesaid the rally was staged at dawn to evade security forces.
The protests came on a daily basis once a neighborhood observance cluster confirmed the killing of 4 protesters at the hands of security forces round the country.
Two of the deaths were in national capital, the country´s business hub, in line with the help Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP).
Mourners within the town farewelled a 26-year-old UN agency died Sat whereas in custody once being shot and in remission the previous night.