Myanmar shut down Facebook

After the military coup, Facebook was closed by the country's Ministry of Communications for creating an unstable environment in Myanmar. This information has been informed in a notification.

Facebook services will be suspended in Myanmar until February 7. The notification also said that internet providers and telecom companies should keep Facebook closed according to this decision.

Because using this medium is creating unstable environment in Myanmar.

Their complaint is spreading false information, fake news and confusion among people. Due to which the government has taken this decision.

It is known that before the order came from the ministry to stop Facebook, common people faced various problems in using the service.

As a result of this decision, Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp will not be able to be used in Myanmar until January 7.

Earlier on Monday morning, the army seized the power of the country by arresting the head of the country's ruling party National League for Democracy (NLD) Aung San Suu Kyi, the country's president Win Myint and several others.

Soldiers are on patrol in the country's major cities and the streets are silent. Along with this, night curfew is in force.

Phone and internet connections have been restored since last Tuesday morning, but all social media are blocked. As a result common people are not able to use these means.

More than 50 million people use Facebook in Myanmar. Recently, the authorities have closed this important platform due to the fear that the protests may spread on a larger scale as the pictures and videos of the people protesting against the military regime were spread on Facebook.

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