United Nations Security Council
The 2021 Myanmar Coup d'État:
Safeguarding the People's Human Rights
On the morning of 1 February 2021, Tatmadaw—the armed forces of Myanmar—had detained several members of the country’s leading party including President Win Myint and State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi along with several other members, effectively deposing them from their position. This has led to multiple protests attempted by multiple fronts that ended with severe repercussions and even led to death of members of the general public that opposed the coup. With the threat of economic crisis and heavy political restrictions consequently as perilous as the Burmese Coup in 1962, it is up to the delegates of the UNSC council to find the best solution that can ensure the future for the people of Myanmar.