Correspondent Mustafa Marghadi:
“You can assume that the demonstrations will continue for a while. Suu Kyi is the figurehead of democracy here. People have been able to taste relative freedom for years, and that has ended since the army coup d’etat.
Especially among young people there seems to be a lot of motivation to take to the streets. Yesterday, for the first time in months, there was also a noise protest in Yangon. People beat pots and pans. Despite everything, the revolution must go on, people here say.”