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Autopanne als Protestform in Myanmar
18.02.21

Autopanne als Protestform in Myanmar

In Myanmar gehen weiter tausende Menschen gegen den Militärputsch auf die Straße. Dabei greifen sie zu kreativen Formen des Protests: Sie blockieren mit ihren Autos die Straßen, damit sich die Streitkräfte nicht frei bewegen können. Dabei täusch

SHOTLIST RANGUN, YANGON DIVISION, MYANMAR18. FEBRUAR 2021QUELLE: AFPTV1. Totale vehicles parked in the middle of the road while protesters are marching 2. Totale drivers parking their vehicles in the middle of the road3. Totale truck with sign parked in the middle of the road4. Totale drivers parking their vehicles in the middle of the road5. Totale drivers holding the three-fingered salute6. Totale drivers holding the three-fingered salute7. Totale drivers holding the three-fingered salute besides a truck parked in the middle of the road8. Totale vehicles parked in the middle of the road9. Halbnahe truck driver holding up the three-fingered salute10. O-TON 1 - Than Pone, Protester (Mann, 37 Jahre alt, Myanmar, 11 Sek.): 'The 'broken-down cars' campaign is not meant to disrupt the city's transport. We're just here to support the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) protesters. They're trying to prevent the government staff from reaching their offices.'11. Totale protesters chanting while holding Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) party flags12. Totale protesters chanting13. Totale protesters marching with signs and the NLD flags14. Totale protesters marching with signs and the NLD flags15. O-TON 2 - Phoe Thar, truck driver joining the protest (Mann, Myanmar, 11 Sek.): 'We are participating in this 'broken-down cars' campaign because we want to support the CDM (Civil Disobedience Movement), and also because we're proud of them. We are doing whatever we can. '16. Totale police arriving at the scene17. Halbnahe police negotiating with the protesters18. Totale police observing the march

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