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GENEVA – The International Labour Organization (ILO) is calling on Myanmar to respect workers' rights to protest following the military coup which has sparked widespread pro-democracy demonstrations.

It comes amidst reports that garment workers are at the centre of ongoing protests against the coup which has seen police use plastic bullets and water cannons on demonstrators.

ILO director-general Guy Ryder urged military leaders not to interfere with the rights of workers, including civil servants and employers, to participate in peaceful protests.

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