Myanmar’s protesters returned to the streets on Wednesday.
Tens of thousands rallied in Yangon, some blockading roads with vehicles to stop security forces from moving around the nation’s biggest city.
In the second biggest city Mandalay, police and soldiers broke up a protest that had blocked the railway, two sources told AFP.
Protests over the previous two days had been noticeably smaller since troops were deployed around Yangon at the weekend.
There were demonstrations across Myanmar on Wednesday, from the remote highland region of Chin state to a small town in the Irrawaddy delta where parading protesters hoisted Aung San Suu Kyi posters.
Additional reporting AFP
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