The Constitution is a soul for the State and the people. Not only provisions stipulated in the Constitution but also existing laws help protect the rights of people. Hence, people living in a legal fold can possess peaceful and prosperous lives.
Already-enacted laws beyond the status of books are much beneficial to the people. On the other hand, people need to live in line with the law deserved to enjoy their rights. The value of rights depends on those who utilize such rights. People should effectively defend encroachment on their rights by exercising the Constitution and other approved laws.
Anyone should not exercise unlawful ways and means. People need to totally avoid acts on demand by crowds with chanting, undisciplined shouting, violent attacks, arresting, atrocity and killing wrongly identified as “public way” under the influence of unscrupulous persons. In fact, these acts are in a “naughty way” only.
With regard to the actual public way of independent citizens, public representatives legally elected through a genuine, fair election make demands, hold discussions for adopting decisions, promulgate necessary laws and pass amendments through the official Hluttaw, seeking decisions of legally established courts under the laws for solving the losses.
Despite stably performing its tasks in accord with the law in the first week after assuming the State responsibility, the Tatmadaw has been facing riots and protests incited by NLD members and supporters since the second week. Currently, rioters break laws in acts of anarchic mobs by holding destructive weapons.
Riotous protests transform themselves into rebellions by committing acts of raiding residential buildings of innocent people, factories and industries in addition to State administrative buildings, police stations and judicial buildings.
Riotous protests transform themselves into rebellions by committing acts of raiding residential buildings of innocent people, factories and industries in addition to State administrative buildings, police stations and judicial buildings. In addition, they set fire to factories and industries built with local and foreign investments and violently attack and kill security forces with arms. The Tatmadaw, therefore, unavoidably took effective measures of security, the rule of law, and community peace and tranquillity.
Although many riots are staged across the nation, martial law was imposed on six townships of Yangon Region facing deterioration. Security forces unavoidably crackdown on those who committed danger to security units and people wishing to live peacefully.
That is why people should peacefully live in the legal fold without wrongly applying the public way.